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Luana
Wednesday, July 18, 2007, 12:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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It seems I am having a reaction from eating spelt flour.  Last week I had whole spelt (cooked for cereal) then I had homemade spelt pizza crust on the weekend.

Well I've been suffering with colitis ever since.  I guess me and spelt just don't get along anymore.

Any suggestions for healing the pain on my lower left side besides slippery elm?


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please have an eye into the protocols against inflammations and in the encyclopedia there are special recommendations especially for this sickness ...good luck to you
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Thanks.  I just purchased Intestinew by Renew Life. The ingredients are as follows:
L-Glutamine  5,000 mg
NAG 200 mg
Gamma Oryzanol 125 mg
Cranesbill Root 19 mg
Ginger Root 19 mg
Marigold Flower 19 mg
Marshmallow Root 19 mg

I take 1 tsp every morning in water when I first arise and it helps to rebuild the intestinal lining.  I believe I have been damaged from an acute gastrointestinal illness I had 2 years ago and never really recovered.


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I d check those supplements against the encyclopedia or using the
general search button on the home page to check on compatibility.


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I don't eat spelt anymore.  I have found that all the gluten containing grains give me severe chronic intestinal problems.  Millet is good for us B nonnies, and a small amount of rice.  We really don't need or thrive on large amounts of grains.



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Ronagon
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luana,

Lola's right.  You should definitely check the ingredients on that Intestinew against what's in the BTD Encyclopedia for your type.

I used to use the ReNew Life products more, until I realized that they contained things like aloe, which is definitely a no-no for my type.  

Finally, I would very much recommend Dr. D's Deflect supplement, along with whatever he has listed in his Blood Type Encyclopedia, under "anti-bacterial" and "anti-inflammatory" protocols.  I had colitis just like you, for 21 years, and his diet has totally knocked it out for me.
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Yeah, my guts improved hugely after I quit wheat & corn, and even improved more when I ditched the spelt. Sigh. Basically, bye-bye glutens.


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Thanks for your help.  I will have to just work at it I guess.  I have been on a merry go round with my digestive system these past 4 weeks and the colitis goes and then returns.  I believe certain diet changes I made during my stomach flare-up caused a lack of bulky stools which irritated my lower colon.  So here I go again trying to continue the healing process.

Thanks everyone for your comments.  They are greatly appreciated.


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Another thing that stopped my colitis cold, was eating the grass-fed, lean red meat, cooked no better than medium rare.  

My system now thrives on a nice, juicy, pink-red steak.
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Another thing that stopped my colitis cold, was eating the grass-fed, lean red meat, cooked no better than medium rare.  My system now thrives on a nice, juicy, pink-red steak.


Oh yes!! Nothing better than a med rare to rare fillet mignon!! wish I could afford to eat ONLY that meat.



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