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Melissa_J
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I was just looking into some supps the determinator recommended, I don't know how my needs change on these due to still breastfeeding and having celiac disease.

Gastroleve http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP042
Estraphase http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP053
Phloxicin http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP034
Connectivar http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP036

Any comments?  Connectivar is probably the one I'm most likely to try, as I'd like to try running again once I'm ready, and that should help me deal with the back problems I've always gotten from runing.  Phloxicin looks good in that regard too, but has some ingredients I'm not sure I can take while nursing.


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I would wait until nursing relationship is over.  Connectivar contains Gotu Kola which is not recommended for pregnancy/nursing.
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Melissa check the master s guide, there s a NAP manual which may help answer your question.


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Melissa...I would start off by power walking with two 3 or 5lb cushy hand weights rather then walking especially after pregnancy...less of a shock to the back...will make running later a lot easier and I would take Bromelain right after you exercise for any post exercise muscle tension


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I would encourage you to talk to a representative at NAP, usually a rep can help answer your question(s), or they can direct the question to someone within the company who can.

It may be useful to refer back to ER4YB for any related recommendations or information.

Alia


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Thanks everyone, sounds good. I just ordered the basics, mainly because I don't want to have to swallow a lot of capsules

I do have some work to do before running, with my history with back injuries and running, I need to get my weight down pretty low first. So I have time before I need to do anything more than diet and gentler-to-the-joints exercise. It's pretty easy to get some intense workouts with a loaded stroller on the hills I live on, it is just as effective for my moods as running is, and helps the boys' moods and schedules as well.

I thought the baby was weaned, so I made plans on what to take, then figured out he isn't weaned and we both didn't really want that, and I still have milk after being away from him for the conference. That was a surprise, everyone told me I'd lose my milk, and he did just fine with my mom, but it's a nice surprise.


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glad you re back and connected to your baby again!


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