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ruthiegirl
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If you're still having GI trouble after a year on SWAMI, there are two possibilities:


1) You have so much gut damage that diet alone isn't enough to correct it. You need some targeted supplements to fix what's wrong. Ideally, get evaluated by a SWAMI-familar practitioner who can help you figure out EXACTLY which supplements you need, and may also suggest dietary changes (possibly via running a SWAMI pro in the office) above and beyond your current SWAMI. If you can't get to a SWAMI-familair practitioner, any natural health profesional may be able to help you with supplements and other modalities to support healing, while you continue to follow your SWAMI Xpress.  There's only so much we can help you over the internet.

or:

2) You entered something into SWAMI incorrectly- maybe you mis-measured your leg or finger lengths, or mis-interpreted one or more of your fingerprints. You might need to re-measure everything you  entered into SWAMI to make sure it's accurate (if you need to change any "time locked" fields, contact customer service and they'll un-lock those fields for you.)




Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Another thing that might be helpful to you while you're getting your digestive system in order is observing food combining principles.

Sensitive people can sometimes experience chronic indigestion when foods that digest at different speeds and under different conditions end up in the stomach at the same time.

There is a wide range of suggestions regarding food combining;  some are extremely restrictive.  But you might try at a very basic level just keeping concentrated proteins and concentrated starches separated.  And try eating fruits away from other foods.  A bit of research online will give you several food combining charts that you can play with.



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Christopher1, make sure you are not getting constipated. I'd definitely try food combining like Viktoria said. Also when you eat fruit/ veg you may stick with the low GL (glycemic load) ones and cut out the highest GL ones. Ghee will encourage the good gut bacteria- it contains butyric acid which is their favourite food.

Good luck!

Let us know how you get on.
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