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Re: Starting FODMAP
« Reply #40 on: March 03, 2021, 04:37:01 PM »
Yes, the amount of any food seems to be crucial. There is rice syrup in the ultrainflamx meal replacement and rice suryp is not fodmap. But it taste so sweet (40g sugar per 100 gram) and i dont think that is good for the liver. Fructose is the worst thing you can eat if yout liver is down. I feel hungry all day no matter how much i seemed to eat. Maybe the body has some catch up to do. I think its important not to eat anything between 6pm and 9am, and thus you have to maximize calory intake during the day. My urine pH is too acid when i eat much meat and fish so I've started taking calcium supplements to those meals and that gives result on the Ph sticks!

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« Reply #41 on: March 03, 2021, 05:07:02 PM »
Something at the internal body-environmental interface is responding to food. Probably a similar mechanism as the semen traveling through the male genital tract.

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« Reply #42 on: March 03, 2021, 06:25:58 PM »
I did some more testing with fructans (onion and garlic) and they are just as bad as fructose, I tried eating more than ten almonds (oligos) and they are just as bad also I don't see how I'm gonna fix this issue without the use of antibiotics, it's just annoying because the gastrentolgist I saw at the start of october is not doing anything about arranging a follow up even though I've emailed him and did his small intestine permeability test ages ago. I think it's because he's unwilling to prescribe antibiotics without evidence. I called him and he said his receptionist would contact me for a follow up but I never heard anything... He also just ignored my emails, all these specialists have massive egos and it's a serious problem especially the ones in the NHS....

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« Reply #43 on: March 03, 2021, 06:38:32 PM »
The IBS seen in POISers might be mucosal adaptive immune responses, like Th1 mediated, leading to increased epithelial permeability and leakage of antigens. Blood work may be clean but local measurements at the mucosal barrier could tell a different story. 

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« Reply #44 on: March 04, 2021, 05:29:58 AM »
Stress and POIS inflammation is litterally eating up the collagen in the lining in your gut (and everywhare in the body) and allow undigested food, fungus and bacteria to pass through. The best dietary measure is to let the intestines (and liver) rest from food during long times (between 6pm and 10am) and at the rest of the time only eat one food at a time to try if it works: fish, meat, egg, leafy vegetables, brown rice, bacon, protein powder. Take digestive enzymes, apple cider vinaeger and HCL-tablets to every meal and stay away from fodmaps, gas producing foods and sugars/starch. The first two days after POIS its probably best to drink smoothies or even better only water fast, with some addition of anti inflammatory supplements.

Take collagen, glutamin, aloe vera, bonebroth and protein whey powder (amino acids) to heal the gut and eat garlic capsules (not the fresh) and oregano oil to kill bacteria. If your gut is sick you have to treat it like a patient. Take calcium supplements if you end up with a hight meat-diet.

We POISers tend to spend much time in front of the screen and then we sit in a position that lowers the blood and oxygen supply to the brain (worsened by low blood pressure). Thats probably why it takes so long time for the headache to go away. The inflammatory substances stay longer time. Sit more straigt, do some yoga poses now and then, take walkes.
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Re: Starting FODMAP
« Reply #45 on: March 04, 2021, 10:47:06 AM »
Stress and POIS inflammation is litterally eating up the collagen in the lining in your gut (and everywhare in the body) and allow undigested food, fungus and bacteria to pass through. The best dietary measure is to let the intestines (and liver) rest from food during long times (between 6pm and 10am) and at the rest of the time only eat one food at a time to try if it works: fish, meat, egg, leafy vegetables, brown rice, bacon, protein powder. Take digestive enzymes, apple cider vinaeger and HCL-tablets to every meal and stay away from fodmaps, gas producing foods and sugars/starch. The first two days after POIS its probably best to drink smoothies or even better only water fast, with some addition of anti inflammatory supplements.

Take collagen, glutamin, aloe vera, bonebroth and protein whey powder (amino acids) to heal the gut and eat garlic capsules (not the fresh) and oregano oil to kill bacteria. If your gut is sick you have to treat it like a patient. Take calcium supplements if you end up with a hight meat-diet.

We POISers tend to spend much time in front of the screen and then we sit in a position that lowers the blood and oxygen supply to the brain (worsened by low blood pressure). Thats probably why it takes so long time for the headache to go away. The inflammatory substances stay longer time. Sit more straigt, do some yoga poses now and then, take walkes.
I am already underweight and not eating enough makes me feel totally crap

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« Reply #46 on: March 10, 2021, 09:37:24 AM »
fodmap is good but not enough

i will try only meat + green salad + oliveoil for 2 months

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« Reply #47 on: March 10, 2021, 10:10:11 AM »
fodmap is good but not enough

i will try only meat + green salad + oliveoil for 2 months

I cut out meat and eggs for two days and all my brain fog and autistic symptoms went away. I was eating 600-660 grams of meat every day before this. Music sounded good again, motivation came back, compulsive checking of phone stopped, speech and social skills became normal, no anixety and my confidence became god like I could speak to any stranger naturally without any autism showing.

Protein is high in phenylethylamine (PEA) which is bad for catecholamines.

It's a trade off as well because my POIS became worse without any meat but I am referring to the symptoms I get outside of POIS.

I'm gonna make a post soon about why this is, I'm not suggesting anyone to go vegan but meat consumption needs to be reduced significantly for neurotransmitters to be fixed.
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Re: Starting FODMAP
« Reply #48 on: March 10, 2021, 04:56:00 PM »
Fodmap without meat... what is there left to eat? Fish, chicken?

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« Reply #49 on: March 10, 2021, 06:01:37 PM »
Yeah I had to break the low fodmap diet a bit but it was worth it, and no chicken is meat and fish is also animal protein. I ordered some vegetarian options from a food delivery service.

Personally I never thought meat was causing me any problems before this, things I've tried in the past like low carb have made me feel better. I love meat and I find vegans really annoying but I'm gonna have to reduce my meat consumption substantially.

I wasn't feeling that good on fodmap either, a lot of the low fodmap foods/spices are high in phenols or histamine and I am intolerant to both and now I've found it was the meat which was causing me the main problems on low fodmap.

Maybe if you want try cutting out meat for dinner and see the difference in how you feel the next day.

Attached bellow is what happens when meat ferments in our gut, - phenols ammonia probably being the issue.


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« Reply #50 on: March 11, 2021, 05:52:54 AM »
I did a Bicom bioresonance check yesterday and it said I should not eat pork, but beef was ok. The same Bicom treated my histamine allergy and yesterday they could not see that I didn't have a problem with histamine anymore. I've always eaten minced meat with pork untill today.
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« Reply #51 on: March 11, 2021, 07:21:01 AM »
I did a Bicom bioresonance check yesterday and it said I should not eat pork, but beef was ok. The same Bicom treated my histamine allergy and yesterday they could not see that I had a problem with histamine anymore. I've always eaten minced meat with pork untill today.

How did it treat it? With vibrations from the machine I'm guessing?

BoneBroth

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« Reply #52 on: March 11, 2021, 08:53:49 AM »
Non perceptible magnetic electric inpulses I guess, your connected with metal plates. Here's a demonstration.

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« Reply #53 on: March 13, 2021, 05:54:06 PM »
meat + green salad + olive oil is working out good

i can feel less bloating and less gases

will continue and report

having carbohydrates "sugar" cravings

have to work on anxiety

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« Reply #54 on: March 13, 2021, 06:58:07 PM »
meat + green salad + olive oil is working out good

i can feel less bloating and less gases

will continue and report

having carbohydrates "sugar" cravings

have to work on anxiety

I bet it's the meat causing your anxiety but you wouldn't realise this unless you cut out meat for a day or two.

Meat and eggs are high in Phenylalanine, Tyrosine and chicken is high in serotonin/tryptophan, these all spike catecholamines which means excess neurotransmitters causing dilated pupils and anxiety.

For me chicken is the worst one to eat.

Meat and eggs have the highest sources of arachidonic acid which is also a cause of depression and anxiety.

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Re: Starting FODMAP
« Reply #55 on: March 13, 2021, 07:02:35 PM »
meat + green salad + olive oil is working out good

i can feel less bloating and less gases

will continue and report

having carbohydrates "sugar" cravings

have to work on anxiety

This is strange and I don't think it's FODMAP but adding cannelini beans to my diet has made my anxiety levels almost non-existent and has improved my sleep so much.

I looked this up and cannellini beans are rich natural sources of phosphatidylserine. This lowers cortisol, the stress hormone. In theory, this should raise testosterone. This might have been my problem all of these years of sleep problems... High cortisol induced by "allergenic" foods?
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My POIS managed with Diet (@ diet that 100% manages my pois)Believe my POIS stems from inflammation in the gut. O = neuro POIS from inflammation from the gut

Current supps: thyme and melatonin for sleep, zyrtec anti-pois.

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« Reply #56 on: May 01, 2021, 07:46:09 AM »
cravings are gone and i have learnt how to eat properly and sleep well.

still i have some bloating and stomach issues

my stomach is a gigantic problem once and a while, it flares up without clear reason

right now i have tight stomach muscles, very strange

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« Reply #57 on: July 17, 2021, 12:05:19 PM »
orgasm two days ago, almost no symptoms

its summer, im happy and the symptoms i got was the usual lung/digestion issues but very mild such

i am now eating only meat and salad, nothing else

i have very small symptoms during peak summer

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« Reply #58 on: July 17, 2021, 03:55:03 PM »
Whats the diffrence in summer?
Better sleep (more sun = better circadan rytm)?
More excercice (swimming, walks etc)?
More social contacts?
Less stress?
More sun (vitamin D)?
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« Reply #59 on: July 18, 2021, 02:45:26 PM »
Whats the diffrence in summer?
Better sleep (mpre sun = better circadan rytm)?
More excercice (swimming, walks etc)?
More social contacts?
Less stress?
More sun (vitamin D)?
VitaminD and sunlight itself and warm temperatures mainly having a pro metabolical effect, VitaminD reduces mast cell activation and improves gut microbiome and is anti-inflammatory