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Henriette Bsec
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Thanks for your advice
I canŽt afford the deflect and polyflora at the moment- next to months are VERY tough economically- and I choose good beneficial food over pills.
but I can get acidophillus in tablets- they look ok to me so IŽll get some of theese.


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Henriette,
Ghee will help you instead of hurt you.  The Butyrate acid in it helps to heal intestinal lining, and you can make your own ghee!  

I say yes on the green tea, if you don't steep it too long (releasing too much tannins, which can irritate sensitive guts).  It is a great antioxidant, as well as a mild mood booster.

Yogurt seems good also.  I would stay away from the straight milk, for now.



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Henriette,
Ghee will help you instead of hurt you.  The Butyrate acid in it helps to heal intestinal lining, and you can make your own ghee!  

I say yes on the green tea, if you don't steep it too long (releasing too much tannins, which can irritate sensitive guts).  It is a great antioxidant, as well as a mild mood booster.

Yogurt seems good also.  I would stay away from the straight milk, for now.

My thinking as well
Actually I made some rice/ veal stock soup one evening when my tummy hurted like hell- and somehow I felt like adding a lot of ghee to it - and it healed so good


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I just read the previous posts and realize that to know secretor status is very important which I don't know mine.  

However, being on the diet for almost a year now, I can say that it has helped to heal my body in many different ways.   I lost weight which was a good thing.  My sinuses improved.  My gut is still healing however.  But when I go off the Ghee and the probiotics, I do notice a difference.

It's great to read about others of the same blood type and see what works.  Goat milk works for me as opposed to cow's as well as goat feta.  I found that quite interesting since I grew up on whole wheat and cow's milk.

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Henriette, have you thought of doing a parasite cleanse? I did one when I first started BTD and I felt it did alot of good. Might want to wait until things get a little straightened out if interested in doing that. As I'm sure you know parasites can cause major problems.  Is time for me to do another actually.
Interesting what your tests for celiac show. Since you only ate oats and spelt, I'm  curious if you'd eaten wheat, if there would've been a different outcome. Wondering because wheat is so genetically modified and also wondering if the gluten is much more predominent in wheat than say oats or spelt. Or if gluten is gluten no matter. Just wondering outloud here.
I do know you have to consume gluten to get an accurate reading. I believe I read it has to be consumed every day but for how long I don't know. Or if that is even true. A small amount is enough. I must get the other celiac tests done, as the dr's office nor the lab could find a code for AMA and something else, I think they were.  



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Hi Luana and welcome
Yes secretor matters

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What is a parasite cleanse ?

About the gluten: Gluten ammount in spelt is actually higher than in wheat ! - but wheat can as all of us know do a lot of damage for differnt reasons. It is not the same gluten in oats as in wheat- but most oats are polluted by the wheatgluten- that is why most gI need to saty away from oats as well. Here the doctors recommend that grown ups with GI under control - that they try a special clean oats from Sweeden - the mojority can handle that with no problems and some finds that they can handle ordinary oats as well- as long as they only use small amounts and their diet is othervice clean. It takes a minimum of 1 month to be clean - and in most cases you can first see a result after 2 months gf diet. They check to see if the numbers go down - if you follow the diet well.
Doc that beacuse I had only been gf in 4-5 days and then got 2 days with lots of gluten just prior to the test the result was safe enough! however as he stated some people canŽt handle glutenrich food anyhow - they need to do a test from the gut.
Well my abilty to handle gluten is coming back
- last 2 days I have had small amounts of spelt flour and I feel fine- no pains after 1/2 a bisquit or the courgette- cake I ate yesterday or the cake I had to day on my midmorning snack to celebrate that I feel fine, I am off school, the sun is shining and it is hot 72 F ( more than usual)- and it is Friday
Next week IŽll try a glass of milk- I am getting tired of only yoghurt, cream, ghee and ricemilk....




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HB, glad you are feeling so much better!!!  
A parasite cleanse is a cleanse to rid your body of parasites. Your bowels should be moving well to do this however. A lot of people think they could only have parasites if they've been to a third world country! Well, it's almost that bad.    That is unfortunately far from the truth. Parasites hitch a ride on many many things. From what I've read, we all have some kind of parasites. Parasites get in our joints causing many problems. They feed off our nutrients leaving us deficient. Nasty nasty bugars. If interested, let me know. I'll tell you what I used. One word of caution - anyone who has arthritis probs, one of the ingred in most parasite cleanses (I think it's wormwood), may have a prob. My SIL did this cleanse and had a severe flareup of arthritis. She however has ataxia and did not tell the HFS gal about that and her other health probs, as I 'instructed' her to.            Anyway, IMHO, a parasite cleanse is a good thing for everyone to do now and again, as long as you can tolerate the ingreds.  



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Thanks I think IŽll look at it later - but please tell me the one you used
- I might not be able to get exactly the same- so I am interested in the ingredients.
I just want to make sure that my guts are 100 % in balance before I do any thing like it


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