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Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:

I have LGS and CRS. I started a diet of unrefined food, absolutely no sugar. After a week, most of my emotional symptoms have subsided, but I am bloated. I exercise 5 days a week, I am on a rotation diet, eat oragnic vegs and meat, but still bloated. Anyone feel like this who has this problem? Everytime I have apple cidar viniger, it gets worse. Could this possibly due to Candida die off??



Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Beth E. on September 23, 2001 at 18:05:03:

In Reply to: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:

Many vegetables make me bloated, anything in the cabbage family (broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts etc.) will have this effect, even if I'm "perfect" on my diet everywhere else. You can try food enzymes to see if they help.

If this doesn't apply, I'm sure there will be many other suggestions.

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Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Helping you on September 23, 2001 at 18:16:32:

In Reply to: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:

CR-S/LGS imabalnces the entire digestive system. I would recommend taking a good digestive enzyme supplement with each cooked meal you eat. Beth most likely has problems with the Cabbage family due to enzyme systems not working properly. If she used a high-potency enzyme with alpha-galacidose, she would probably tolerate them more. I would also suggest making your digestive system work less by eating 6 small meals a day and refraining from eating protein and starch at the same meal. Since you are on a low-starch diet, I would eat mostly meat/vegetables at each meal. Eat onions, cabbage family, beans, in small quantities and take a high-potency broad-range digestive enzyme with these meals.

Search the archives for candida elimination, SR, Leaky Gut syndrome. SR combined with L-glutamine will heal LGS in less than 6 months. SR alone will take much longer although it is indespensible as a therapy. Antifungals are sometimes needed to foster the elimination of candida. learn from the archives and come back if you have questions



Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 18:22:22:

In Reply to: Re: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Helping you on September 23, 2001 at 18:16:32:

I due take 10-12 grams of Glutamine a day. When I use a enzyme supplement, I still get bloated. I am getting into SR, but I am only a week into it though. Maybe the bloating will pass. Is this maybe just appart of withdraw?



Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Beth E. on September 23, 2001 at 21:58:43:

In Reply to: Re: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 18:22:22:

It could be, I get bloated if I take too much primal defense at one time. So it could be a die off thing. One week is a bit too short of a time to expect serious results. I think it took about three weeks for my intestines to calm down from their former state. And the SR will really help after you've been doing it longer.

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Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Davetx on September 23, 2001 at 23:20:28:

In Reply to: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:

Randy, Hcl of insufficient amount may not be your problem , but for me it was. You may try taking a little amount of hcl like 500mg in a.m. with meal and see if it helps. it helped me a bunch, if fact almost totally took the bloating away. Of course if you know your hcl levels are good then do not do it. Good luck

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Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Helping you on September 23, 2001 at 23:44:59:

In Reply to: Re: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 18:22:22:

I find that bloating is usually caused by:

1) Improper food combinations resulting in poor digestion
2) Imbalanced flora
3) constipation
4) female issues (PMS)
5) Liver/Gallbladder congestion
6) Low hydrochloric acid levels
7) Low levels of pancreatic enzymes.

The best thing would be to get the Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis. It would be able to show all of the above and help spot the problem(s)

I don't think "Withdrawl" should cause bloating. I think that eliminating harmful organisms would cause bloating which would be termed as "die-off". Withdrawl is what you go through when your body REALLY WANTS SOMETHING but is not getting it. Die-off is when your body can't keep up with the elimination of toxins caused by microorgansisms. I'm sure you will find your answer in one of the above.

SR will take at least 6 months to produce results when done every day. Stick with it!! The L-glutamine can only help!



Re: Bloated, but eat good....

Posted by Barbara on September 24, 2001 at 10:40:25:

In Reply to: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:

I had a similiar problem. I was doing the diet for a long time...taking nystatin and supplements...doing the SR and was still bloated. My stool test showed no candida, so I knew that wasnt the problem. An allergy test by Immunolabs showed lots of food sensitivies...once I eliminated those the bloating got better. I thought by just eliminating wheat, milk, sugar and refined carbos that it would do the trick but once I eliminated the cabbage vegetables (which I showed sensitive too) then the bloated stopped. Good luck!

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I think Its a cyst behind my ear on my head on the right side

Posted by
LaToya on September 25, 2001 at 00:47:46:

In Reply to: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Randy on September 23, 2001 at 17:59:26:


Dear Dr. Stoll,

I think that I may have a cyst or some kind of groth behing my ear on my head on the right side. Its hurts really bad and I cant see a doctor untill 2 days from now so i need help as soon as i can get it. I need any 1 to tell me what this is. My mom thinks its a cyst but im not sure what it is. I think that it grew over night because when I woke up in the morning I just suddenly had a lup ther. Im sure its not a pimple or anything like that because its like a tiny little knot. Im not sure what to think so I need help. If any1 who knows what is I would be beyond greatful for your help. Apunker182@aol.com



Re: I think Its a cyst behind my ear on my head on the right side

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 25, 2001 at 09:56:47:

In Reply to: I think Its a cyst behind my ear on my head on the right side posted by LaToya on September 25, 2001 at 00:47:46:

Hi, LaToya.

Please put this in it's own "string". When you put it under bloated, it makes no sense. Even worse, anyone with your same problem wil learn nothing by any resopnse I might make since they would never find it.

Walt

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Re: Bloated, but eat good.... (Archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 25, 2001 at 09:58:18:

In Reply to: Re: Bloated, but eat good.... posted by Helping you on September 23, 2001 at 23:44:59:

NMI

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