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TJ
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Oh yeah, I almost forgot: glutamine powder!
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"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139:13,14
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http://metabolichealing.com/ke.....in-modern-dentistry/

After being diagnosed with Leaky Gut, the Osteopath tested my dental work.  He said that both my root canals were causing great distress with my digestion.  I recently had both of them pulled and am getting ready to have my mercury removed.  
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After being diagnosed with Leaky Gut, the Osteopath tested my dental work.  He said that both my root canals were causing great distress with my digestion.  I recently had both of them pulled and am getting ready to have my mercury removed.  




"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139:13,14
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I've been lucky not to have any root canals or metal fillings!

I have a NAET appointment next Thursday. What should I expect? What should I bring?
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I have a NAET appointment next Thursday. What should I expect? What should I bring?

http://www.naet.com/Patients/whatsnaet.aspx


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Thank you.
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Oh yeah, I almost forgot: glutamine powder!


I thought B's were not suppose to have Glutamine Powder????  I have been holding off!!!
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Akartlover thank you for the link. The article is very interesting, and the info is SO basic - enlightening. Lots of wonders.



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I thought B's were not suppose to have Glutamine Powder????  I have been holding off!!!
Where did you find that information? So far it seems to be good to me. A's aren't supposed to have it.
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I found it on the curezone list of foods
http://curezone.com/ER4YT/supplements.asp

  Scroll down to L-Glutamine
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In illness, sometimes things are a bit different. Healing leaky gut is a big ordeal.

Membrane cocktail is an avoid for A's? Nah.

Not sure where this info was gleaned from.


"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139:13,14

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This isn't on Dr. D's website. It's suspicious.
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Is there anyway someone can check for sure?

I cant find any supplements list on Dr. D's site.

Is their a protocol on Dr. D's web site for Leaky Gut?  Link please??

Thank you!
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Is their a protocol on Dr. D's web site for Leaky Gut?  Link please??

I'd use the Intestinal Health Protocol:
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/18.html

Stomach support may be helpful:
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/27.html

You can review the entire list to see if anything else "jumps" out at you.
The entire protocol list is:
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm


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Thank you ABjoe,

Is there a food diet plan to go by too?  I know with Leaky Gut you want to avoid different foods. This would be on top of the blood type diet.  Like the GAPS diet has you avoid fiber for a while, at least until the "leaks" close up.  I realize that the gaps diet is a one size fits all.  As in it has you eating a lot of chicken soup..  For me as a B , Chicken is an avoid. What is in food that caused the Leaky Gut?  Is it the Lectins in foods?  If so, then how can a B ever heal on the Gaps diet if they eat Lectins?  It seems that all the Leaky Gut information I have come across says something about Lectins in this food or that food, which is what got me thinking about the GAPS diet lumping it all into one slize fits all.

At the current time, about all I can eat is Beef with broth , lamb with broth and winter squash and Zucchini squash a little bit of onions and garlic.    When its done boiling , I put in some whipped up eggs and let them cook in the broth until the broth is clear again ( about 2 minutes ) Then I blend it all in the blender  (recent pulled teeth , now my molars look like a picket fence) I make sure to chew it 20 to 30 times to keep my digestive juices flowing.  Anyway, I have tried to add different foods and it causes me to have digestive upset for 24 to 36 hours.  

Sorry TJ for posting this in your thread, I thought what ever information would be better served in one thread since we both  have the same problem!
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I don't feel well today. I didn't sleep much last night (heart beating too fast and restless legs). My top blood pressure number was 156 this morning and I have had a heavy feeling in my chest all day and no energy. I'm pretty sure it's because of something I ate Sunday, two days ago. I was told to stop taking glutamine for my leaky gut while I'm taking caprylic acid for yeast in my digestive system. Most days I feel pretty good and my pressure is around 120, unless I eat something I'm allergic to. But then I'll have a bad day or two for no apparent reason. I think this time it was from food and salt, though. If I avoid what I am allergic or sensitive to, and foods high in carbs, and what my Swami says avoid, there's not much tasty left to eat.
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Is there a food diet plan to go by too?

I eat mostly beneficial or superfoods, depending on which plan you follow...  I use SWAMI Xpress.  I do not attempt to mix diet plans.  Dr. D.'s is the only one that has ever helped me heal, rather than just slowing the downhill slide.

I still have cysts containing stored junk from when I ate wrong and didn't process and eliminate the waste, so I continue to detox and have some digestive upset as well, but I know this is part of the healing process.  I keep a positive attitude since I KNOW that I am healing (and healthier than I have been for a long time.)  As long as I eat all beneficial foods, I just let the "feel bads" do what they are going to do - as the junk moving out feels about as bad as when it came in the first time...  It is a process to go through if I want to clean out all of the junk so these cysts don't go cancerous at some point.


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was told to stop taking glutamine for my leaky gut while I'm taking caprylic acid for yeast in my digestive system.  


do you know why this suggestion?


"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139:13,14
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Sorry TJ for posting this in your thread, I thought what ever information would be better served in one thread since we both  have the same problem!
No problem, we're all in this boat together.
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AKArtlover - An ND said IF my leaky gut is healed and if I have yeast overgrowth and am taking glutamine powder,then the glutamine will feed the yeast. So she said to take the caprylic acid for a month, along with some powerful probiotics and not the glutamine for the month. But ... we don't know if my leaky gut is healed or not. I'm going to take a couple more tests in two months and see how things are going. I do know that I'm not burping up everything I eat like I was before the caprylic acid.
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interesting. i was/am still prescribed both. glutamine in morning. i felt like i didn't need it after awhile. on the caprylic/intrinsa at simultaneously 2x a day. rotating through bad guy killers. felt the need for the glutamine again recently. hmmm.

starting a new bad guy killer soon, will see how things change.

thanks for sharing.


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Can I just whine a bit? I'm taking oral gentamicin, and the die-off is killing me. All I want to do since I started is sleep and eat. Uggggg....
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Sorry you feel bad, TJ.  Hopefully, you are getting much good from the discomfort, though.  It should pass pretty soon...

I assume you are taking probiotics between the doses of Abx...  Does it help any?


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I have been taking probiotics. Good news: I started chlorella last night and it seems to have soaked up that toxic mess. I've had a much better day today than I have all week.  

The Buhner Lyme book calls for sarsaparilla to clean up endotoxins, but on the website he says chlorella is better (in light of newer knowledge/research). I believe it.
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