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pat
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 3:57pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I know that pepsin is hard to turn off in my type but what about the other digestive enzymes? I have been taking them for cooked food.
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Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 4:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I know that pepsin is hard to turn off in my type but what about the other digestive enzymes? I have been taking them for cooked food.


I'm not understanding what you're asking.  What enzymes are you taking?

What would help us help you more, is if you:

1. Shared with us how long you've followed the nonnie diet, and how compliant are you to it?

2.  Share with us what you eat and what supplements you take in a typical day or week.


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i'm following the diet strictly. I've not eaten wheat for years except for bran which I just stopped and I am taking the supplements Dr D recommends. but I'm new and I know it will take time to heal the inflammation. The enzymes i'm taking are lipase, protease etc.
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Wheat bran is the worst part of the wheat, since that is where the WGA lectin is.


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Well that helps explain it. Thanks.
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here s more on WGA from Dr D:
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"Insulin resistance"
many ostensibly knowledgeable authorities consider
"insulin resistance." Almost all of them have the concept backwards!

That is, they seem to think that the starches make the insulin hormone
"insensitive" and ineffective at stimulating the body's fat cells to release
fat to be burned as carbohydrate.
reality is far different, but become obvious only if you are knowledgeable
about the effects of lectins.
Take "wheat-germ agglutinin" (WGA) for example. This lectin binds to the
insulin receptor on the fat cell irreversibly. But rather than "blocking" the
effect of insulin, WGA actually STIMULATES the insulin receptor non-stop.
The reason the stimulation is continuous, is that regular insulin is under
"feed-back inhibition" that is, after a certain amount is made, it is
turned off and the circulating insulin is gradually degraded. WGA on the
other hand is not subject to degradation or inhibition, so it continually
stimulates the insulin receptor to pull sugar out of the blood and convert
it into stored fat, in essence, "insulin resistance" is not a "lack" of insulin
activity, but rather a non-stop, uncontrollable "over activity" of the fat
cell's insulin receptor.


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