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jaff77
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Since I'm in the BTD diet (I have been and come back) has produced an annoying change, during the night I have to get up to pee.

I guess it's because of the high intake of vegetables. My dinner can be: a cup of miso, salad, wok vegetables with tofu and cereals and soy yogurt with fruit, for example.

Is it normal? How do you avoid that?
thanks

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this is called detoxifying ...and your whole system seems to regenerate... congrats better to go to pee instead poisoning yourself ....


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How many times do yo uget up to pee during the night?

How much volume do yo upee each time.?

when do you drink the majority of your liquids?


You could try taking genoma eq during the day, see if that  makes any difference. it's a great product for many things


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PC good Questions.. my answer would be every hour and a half.. little output..

Amazone.. do you think I am detoxing?  I sure do not pee enough I retain water..

But this thread is for someone being A... so back to the questions..

What color / smell is the urine, any other changes?    
(and possibly?  to much Soy?? )  Are there other beans that could serve better to feed/nourish you?..

  





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[quote=13087]Since I'm in the BTD diet (I have been and come back) has produced an annoying change, during the night I have to get up to pee.

I can have (and often have had) the same problem.  Mine is linked to how much I eat at my last meal of the day.

If I follow my grandmother's advise and... "eat like a king for breakfast, a queen for lunch/dinner, and a pauper at supper"... I don't get up through the night.  Also I'm a recovering 'carb' junkie and I can absolutely affirm to you that, if I eat carbs at supper time (I can get away with a little brown rice), I'm up all through the night going.  Best supper for me is a protein and salad.

Hope this helps!



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I get up one and sometimes two times during the night

I notice that if I don't eat salad, miso, fruit and less vegetables I can slep all the night, but in that case I don't eat like an A

Maybe all the A has to get up during the night

Volume? quite a lot
I don't drink water or infusion since afternoon, nothing for dinner (except a tea cup of miso)

Color? transparent, like water.
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jaff77, You may be losing weight.  I know that happened to me after I started the BTD.  


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Losing weight? That for sure.
I'm worried about that because I was thin before BTD

How do you resolve that Enobattar?
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The correct term for the condition is Nocturia.  I've had that since I've gotten older...started in my 40's.
Ah, to be young again and sleep through the night...
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OK, but I notice a direct relation diet / nocturia
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Quoted from jaff77
OK, but I notice a direct relation diet / nocturia


Timing may be the issue.

Have your salads and (high water content/slow water dispersion) vegetables earlier in the day, or at least not in the last few hours before bedtime.

Also, have your fluids (water and so on) a bit earlier on the same principle.
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My dinner can be: a cup of miso, salad, wok vegetables with tofu and cereals and soy yogurt with fruit, for example.

Is it normal? How do you avoid that?


try less carbs, or food like cereal, which only help spike up your insulin levels and thus the peeing nights

tell us what type of cereal you have and also what ingredients are in your soy yogurt......gums and emulsifiers like carrageen ore not advised


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OK, but I notice a direct relation diet / nocturia


I'll also notice more frequency at night when I'm losing weight or when I cut back on grains..like wheat. I noticed with me wheat creates a little fluid retention. I'm always trying to police myself to drink water so that I won't have this..but I don't think my  body trusts me after so many years of
not drinking enough water.   I also get a dry mouth at night so I have to have a glass of water by my bedside so I can take a sip..which doesn't help..  I will wake up during the night... a menopause thing, and drink some water. Of course it's a double edged sword.
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Timing may be the issue.

Have your salads and (high water content/slow water dispersion) vegetables earlier in the day, or at least not in the last few hours before bedtime.

Also, have your fluids (water and so on) a bit earlier on the same principle.


Ok, I will try no salads and no miso soup for dinner

Thanks
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tell us what type of cereal you have and also what ingredients are in your soy yogurt......gums and emulsifiers like carrageen ore not advised



Cereals? Brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat... mainly
Iogurt? soy milk, calcium and bifidus
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calcium?
which form?


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The correct term for the condition is Nocturia.  I've had that since I've gotten older...started in my 40's.
Ah, to be young again and sleep through the night...


Nice to have a name.. Thanks..

More and more there is talk about hormones being this or that.. I am (myself) convinced that aging would be stopped or dramatically improved with hormones.

I am currently taking some homeopathic hormones and am waiting to see how I am doing.. I expect great things including dropping 20 pounds.. and if I am prone to Alzheimer, I will take hormones for sure.. (hot flashes might be a precurser to Alzheimer/dementia...  

I am certain that a few things are a must like B6, Pantothenic Acid, B12 combined with Folic acid might be what is really needed for skin and brain.

I see psoriasis as a skin lesion, I see lesions (scars) on the brain as connected..

I know what has helped me with cramps and I am not taking anything .. I have tons of stuff I took and nothing much worked..

(Isa.. where you saying my connection is disabled?? news to me.. )    


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Losing weight? That for sure.
I'm worried about that because I was thin before BTD

How do you resolve that Enobattar?


I began as a size 10.  I know you are male and may not be able to relate to that but it means nobody, and even I did not think I needed to lose any weight.  Since starting the diet in 1997 and progressing through the GenoType diet and now the SWAMI, I'm in a size 4!  Of course my dad thinks I'm a skeleton, but really I'm not too thin.  I feel great  and my last annual blood test came through with all 'normals',and that's what counts to me.

So, it appears that it is all relative.... It's how you perceive yourself.... What might be thin in your mind might not be that thin???  I'm just guessing.  Try not to obsess about your weight and just get on with living.  Learn to listen to your body and it will tell you what is nourishing and what is hurting.  Much sucess to you.


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I agree with the advice of higher protein & fat at night and fewer carbs.   I think this will put you into a deeper sleep, and you'll be nice and oblivious to signals from your bladder.  Another thing that might be at work is that your adrenals might be getting stronger.  If they sense that your blood sugar is dropping, they'll release cortisol to bring it back up.  But the cortisol can also wake you.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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there are more bioavailable forms of calcium

check out those at the DPN store


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With me it's directly related to the amount of coffee I drink. Two cups during the day, no problem. I get up maybe once but not always. 3 cups and I have to get up at night several times.

However I do drink a half glass of water before going to bed. I dry out in the air conditioning.





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Jaff - Any chance of eating a little compliant cheese before bed? I try not to eat it but if I do, I find cheese retains fluid & also helps me sleep, so might help you that way (even though we are different blood types) Hope so
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