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Ribbit
Wednesday, February 27, 2008, 2:34am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Some people add a lot of ghee to theirs but I don't see any sense in eating all that fat myself.



For me, the point of ghee is to heal my insides.  I can tolerate a little dairy, yogurt specifically (yay!!!), thanks to the addition of ghee to my diet.


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For me, the point of ghee is to heal my insides.  I can tolerate a little dairy, yogurt specifically (yay!!!), thanks to the addition of ghee to my diet.


Yes, I believe that ghee has helped my stomach, too, but I'd rather have it on something like oatmeal than in my "candy" that already has an astronomical amount of fat in it.
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Ah, but the Warrior diet isn't a one size fit's all warriors, now is it?  I'm gluten intolerant. Can you tolerate grains? Some Warriors may not have any gluten intolerance or intolerance to grains. I bet you can eat rice, can't you Chloe?  I can't. It flares up my arthritis. This is the whole concept of the Blood type diets and the Genotype diets. We're all different. Some things work while some things don't. It's individual.  


I'm gluten intolerant and I eat rice, but I'm not 100% sure it's a great food for me.  Often I
take so many supplements for inflammation to curtail my arthritis that I never actually could
sense if rice was a problem. I know that chicken bothered me and sometimes uncultured
soy is a problem, but,  I should honestly try to eliminate rice for a few days and see if I notice a difference.  Now I'm eating many different foods from the type A diet, so I'm having to slowly try to figure out if I have any new offending foods.  I'm still a work in progress.



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Yes, I believe that ghee has helped my stomach, too, but I'd rather have it on something like oatmeal than in my "candy" that already has an astronomical amount of fat in it.


It's the butryic acid in ghee that is beneficial for the gut and it's also found in Intrinsa, the NAP
supplement Dr. D designed for the digestive problems.  I have gotten benefits from this
product and I don't have to eat as much ghee.

"Butyric acid is a short chain fatty acid, which supports the health and healing of cells in the small and large intestine, and serves the natural processes of aerobic energy metabolism. Short chain fatty acids can have the protective ability of impeding the proliferation of damaging cells in the colon, and have been associated with helping to maintain healthy blood lipid and sugar levels"



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It's the butryic acid in ghee that is beneficial for the gut and it's also found in Intrinsa, the NAP
supplement Dr. D designed for the digestive problems.  I have gotten benefits from this
product and I don't have to eat as much ghee.

"Butyric acid is a short chain fatty acid, which supports the health and healing of cells in the small and large intestine, and serves the natural processes of aerobic energy metabolism. Short chain fatty acids can have the protective ability of impeding the proliferation of damaging cells in the colon, and have been associated with helping to maintain healthy blood lipid and sugar levels"

If I can ever get my act together I plan to order a bunch of stuff from NAP - one reason being I'm about to run out of everything I'm taking from them and I want to add a whole lot more. Too much to do right now!
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Wednesday, February 27, 2008, 6:14am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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If I eat wheat or anything that has wheat, I get bloated, my knees hurt and I have problems sleeping. Rice is not a problem and I like
to add walnuts or green peas, or chestnuts to my brown rice. Oatmeal
once and awhile with soya milk seems to be okay. But since I have
white lines on my fingers I suspect I am gluten intolerant.

Basically, I have cut down the grains and eat more vegies and protein
like fish and beans.

I have taken so many antibiotics in the past, I am wondering what
would be a good supplement for my intestines.....


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butyric acid and polyflora


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Thanks Lola.

Now, the only problem is finding it.  


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check the store
butyric acid is in intrinsa
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/nap/archives/00000026.htm
and polyflora is the NAP probiotic
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/nap/archives/00000021.htm


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