The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Posted By: Steven(O+)
In Response To: Desperate! (chet sandberg)
Fatigue, gas and bloating, headaches after eating, slow recovery after exercise, and mild depression are familiar symptoms to me which, in my case, stem from a severe carbohydrate intolerance. It sounds like you too may be suffering from rapidly fluctuating blood sugar levels, not to mention food reaction if that hamburger you mentioned came with a bun!
For years I ate the high carbohydrate, low fat diet that distance runners are supposed to eat, and for me that meant eating tons of “healthy” whole wheat bread which I made myself. At least I did until the symptoms mentioned above became so bad I knew something was very wrong and knew it was diet related--so here I am at ER4YT. Unfortunately for me, and perhaps for you, the damage has been done, so, if none of the other suggestions help, try this: eliminate ALL sources of concentrated carbohydrates from your diet for about two weeks: eat only non-starchy vegetables, eggs, meat, nuts in moderation--that’s it--and see if you feel better. You will have cravings for carbohydrates but you must resist. It only takes about 20 grams of carbohydrates to produce symptoms in myself which is not much. How much better you feel indicates how intolerant you are.
If this works start reading everything you can about hypoglycemia.
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chet sandberg -- Tuesday, 26 January 1999, at 5:13 p.m.
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