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trish44
Monday, November 28, 2011, 1:10pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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The pumpkin bread that I overindulged in on Thanksgiving day and the next, had a cup of flaxseed powder in it, as well as two cups of spelt flour.  I am sure I ate half the loaf over the two days. I am sure it was just too much at once, If I had had only a slice each day it probably would have been fine.  So quantity of anything I think is important, probably even water....we live and learn.


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Before BTD I used a colon cleanse capsule with both senna and psyllium, wow was that not so good.
I think it had aloe also.  Just like Possum said, it did make things move, but it wasn't comfortable so to speak.  Now I stay far away from such things.  I love my polyflora, and larch arabinogalactan.  Also Deflect is great for the gut!!!!
My swami allows me lentils.  I just want to say that I love the french puy green ones for fiber occasionally.  I mean I will make them with onion & garlic, have some nice white fish over it that's been sauteed.  Really does the "fiber" trick.  
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I read something very important recently. When people have infections they often end up low on magnesium.

Low magnesium can equal constipation especially when consuming anything with doses of calcium in it (beneficial cheeses). The people may also be lower on zinc. I have found cal-mag-zinc supplements to completely cure my constipation. However they do not cure the poor gut flora I seem to get from perhaps digestion not being correct and ending up with too much bile in the wrong place. (get some burning action as things leave) It does not make me more consistent with shape and form.

I could not over-recommend omega 3 rich food for better intestinal cardiovascular health. Also turmeric, lots of it. If you make rice add a spoonful or two in the cooking process (but be careful if it boils over it stains). Turmeric is perhaps one of the best things for colon health bacteria wise.

Stay up on things like lemon juice too as the blood will get better quicker with it.

Inflammation could be from digestion not being proper... like how I was talking about inappropriately passing bile along.
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That is good information.  I usually take extra magnesium, as I seem to need more.  Get muscle cramps when I don't take it.  I am about out of my calcium, and will look for the one with mag and zinc in it this time.  I love turmeric, and had not thought of adding it to rice.  Good idea, tho I have been limiting rice.  Maybe I will look for the capsule form.  I also think that I need enzymes, as when I eat meat, I feel like it is stuck in my upper gi tract for hours after.  I take so many things now, that I have to look at my list, or I forget.  The fish oil I take in the am, but the evening one I easily forget.  I can't imagine that in ten years I will even remember to look at the list, ha.


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This all brought up one more question.  Is it ok to take the glutamine water in the early am with my thyroid med, the probiotic, and the astragalas?  All at once?  The later in the day things, I think I have a handle on, but want to be sure that these three things do not contradict each other.  Thanks.


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what meds are you taking there is astragalas in Dr D's supplements already for example.


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That is good information.  I usually take extra magnesium, as I seem to need more.  Get muscle cramps when I don't take it.  I am about out of my calcium, and will look for the one with mag and zinc in it this time.  I love turmeric, and had not thought of adding it to rice.  Good idea, tho I have been limiting rice.  Maybe I will look for the capsule form.  I also think that I need enzymes, as when I eat meat, I feel like it is stuck in my upper gi tract for hours after.  I take so many things now, that I have to look at my list, or I forget.  The fish oil I take in the am, but the evening one I easily forget.  I can't imagine that in ten years I will even remember to look at the list, ha.


Have you tried lamb?

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Yes, I love lamb.  Don't have it very often.  Keep thinking of those lovely little animals that in the past, I have found myself bottling for a neabor (sp)  looks funny....But it does feel good in the tummy, I have to admit.


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PC, The only prescription that I take is levothyroxin.  Was on Armour, but my insurance is not paying for it any longer.  So for supplements I am taking the glutamine water twice a day, vit C, cal/mag, astragalas, fish oil, ALC and alpha lipoic acid, B complex, probiotic, magnesium, D3 and B12 sublingual, just started taking MSM and Colostrom and have ordered Fucose and intrinsia from this site. Oh, and I used to take enzymes once a day or so, but am out right not..... Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


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PC, The only prescription that I take is levothyroxin.  Was on Armour, but my insurance is not paying for it any longer.  So for supplements I am taking the glutamine water twice a day, vit C, cal/mag, astragalas, fish oil, ALC and alpha lipoic acid, B complex, probiotic, magnesium, D3 and B12 sublingual, just started taking MSM and Colostrom and have ordered Fucose and intrinsia from this site. Oh, and I used to take enzymes once a day or so, but am out right not..... Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Forgive my memory links for http://www.drugs.com/pro/levothyroxine.html

re supplements why not just take Dr D's Polyvite and Phytocal that has vit c, cal/mag astragalas, vut b, b12 d3 , b12 ? it just simplifies everything and means also that you are taking less of the capsules containing the supplement and less binders etc.

Possibly coincidence but when i simplified and started just using Dr D's stuff things got better.

humour me and keep a food diary and email it to me after a week. oxo

also intrinsa has magnesium in it already. Intrinsa is a great by the way.


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I understand about simplifying, but some of those vitamins and minerals are way lower than I want to take, or some that I don't want.  And to take the recommended dosage, those would be way over budget.  So I think I will just stick to the ones that I ordered for now, plus the polyflora, which I want to get in the next few weeks.  I would be happy to send you my food lists by email, I would be grateful for your time.  Have not checked the magnesium in intrinsia yet, but I need to take 250 mg twice a day for the cramps.  I noticed decades ago that I was deficient in that one.  Used to have lots of muscle spasms.....ok, just looked, and I could cut back on the magnesium to one pill, and only at night.  So that is fine, the less I have to take the better.....


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half of that will be taken care of by intrinsa 125 mg per serving that twice a day

perhaps try a small handful of pumkins seeds a day too?


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did you mean food dairy - it's helpful it's actually exactly what you eat on a daily basis day by day including amounts of oils, water, bed time awake times, moods, feeling. the more complex or detail the better. not just a list of foods that you can eat but don't necessarily eat.


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ok, will do.  Thanks much


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