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Apparently You Guys Were Right, It's All In My Head!

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#31 CR5442

 
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 09:03 AM

I'm IgG allergic to Casein and the ONLY solution has been to cut every single bit of dairy from my diet.  When I eat a tiny amount I feel like I'm going to have an asthma attack, I get dizzy and spaced out and then are poorly the next day.  I put on a tremendous amount of water weight when I eat dairy and become sweaty to the point I thought I was going through the change of life early!  HOWEVER, I would say please don't think that you might not have a gluten allergy because someone has pointed out that you are lactose intolerant (or casein).  I have not had a single positive test for celiac but had some bulgar wheat by accident a couple of weeks ago.  I have never been so ill in my life.  First day I was starving hungry all day no matter what I ate.  The next day I felt insanely sick, dizzy, ataxia, disorientation, like i had flu and then actually got a really high fever... and after that the stomach inflammation which has caused two weeks of pain and D.  If you want to test the gluten my advise is 'don't'.


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#32 Renegade

 
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 09:45 AM

You wanna know how I feel when I drink milk? Lactose free milk, I feel wonderful and it feels like one of those things I can actually digest without going insane.

 

But hey I'll cut it too, just because...I dunno, anything that is called food I should cut so I'll cut that too.


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 10:37 AM

Keep drinking the LF milk then.  It obviously suits you.  I wasn't saying you should cut it.  My message was please don't think that you aren't celiac because the docs have found another intolerance.  As other posters have said, a lot of food intolerances go with the celiac.  I think that some are down to having a completely wrecked gut lining that lets anything through.  Some, like my casein intolerance, I think come from birth.  Eat what you like but be aware that if you start with a 'clean' diet, it is much much easier to figure out the culprits if you add them in one by one with a good ten day gap inbetween.  Good luck!


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#34 Renegade

 
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 10:58 AM

This whole, clean diet is completely flawed because you need to first start with things you know are safe but you obviously cannot eat ONE ingredient for a whole week then add another, like you know, eat rice all week for breakfast, dinner and so on.

You obviously need to start with many ingredients, but when almost anything make you feel bad then you cannot know so much where to start. Now this gets even more complicated when food you had NO ISSUE before start to become a problem, I had found a recipe i liked A LOT, sweet potatoes with rice chicken and lettuce, with cumin seed and olive oil, was amazing, had it for 3 weeks and then starting getting problems, I think it is literally the sweet potatoes i can't digest, so I had to cut that entirely.

 

Now I eat fruits, gluten free cereal,bread, rice noodles, all the empty calories people suggested I quit and I actually feel a lot better, not much cramps, still bloated and constipated but cramps are not as bad, I was also able to reintroduce oat and it feels good when i eat it, and I eat pancakes too, pretty much eat a ton of carbs and sugar and it digest much better then veggies and meat/chicken, yeh ironically eating a diet of 90% carbs just seem to give me more energy then a well balanced diet of protein,carb and healthy food, go figure.

 

And my you, I still feel like uber shit, but it's not as bad as before.


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#35 CR5442

 
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 11:08 AM

I get you... but you need to rotate foods.  The problem with our diets these days is that we eat like everything is available naturally all of the time... which of course in the paleo/neolithic times they weren't.  Clean means anything that you can eat without technically preparing  - or processing.  So veggies and meat and fish and fruit.  However, with our sensitive guts food is best eaten slightly prepared - i.e. with the addition of heat, which helps the initial digestive processes.  It is very simple and easy to follow.


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#36 Renegade

 
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 11:27 AM

Are you implying im too retarded to cook? I was cooking my sweet potatoes, sorry I don't like to heat lettuce, so i had it raw and the rice was also well cooked and so was the chicken and the eggs and the meat...


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 12:17 PM

Err, no.


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 12:45 PM

I get you... but you need to rotate foods. The problem with our diets these days is that we eat like everything is available naturally all of the time... which of course in the paleo/neolithic times they weren't. Clean means anything that you can eat without technically preparing - or processing. So veggies and meat and fish and fruit. However, with our sensitive guts food is best eaten slightly prepared - i.e. with the addition of heat, which helps the initial digestive processes. It is very simple and easy to follow.



No reply or advice is going to satisfy him. We've all tried and are thanked by rude comments. I wouldn't bother anymore seriously.
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 01:01 PM

Are you implying im too retarded to cook? I was cooking my sweet potatoes, sorry I don't like to heat lettuce, so i had it raw and the rice was also well cooked and so was the chicken and the eggs and the meat...

 

No matter what anyone says to help you automatically come back with some assumption that everyone is trying to insult you. If that isn't the definition of high-strung anxiety nothing is.  I frankly don't care at this point. I'm done trying to help too. I'm all out of shits to give about someone who only thinks everyone on this forum is attacking them in one form or another.


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 01:51 PM

No matter what anyone says to help you automatically come back with some assumption that everyone is trying to insult you. If that isn't the definition of high-strung anxiety nothing is.  I frankly don't care at this point. I'm done trying to help too. I'm all out of shits to give about someone who only thinks everyone on this forum is attacking them in one form or another.

Because people have been implying my symptoms are likely to be caused by anxiety most specifically, my breathing issue and that this might have never really occurred, that maybe it was nothing dangerous. I did mention several times how I did get anxiety attack before and I never hided the fact that stress was involved but that in no way was I having a panic attack when I had difficulty breathing but some people didn't bother to take this into account, it seem nothing I say is actually being heard, people seem to assume I am just doing thing my own way and not follow anyone advice. So when someone say that it is very easy to cook, I tend to consider the idea that this is one more of those case where the person believe that it might never occurred to me to even bothered trying to cook and eat a healthy diet, when I had been doing exactly this already for a while.

 

So yes at this very point in might sure to mention that no I don't just sit there and imagine it and that I've actually been following the advices of people and been cutting stuff and tried things out, I didn't just go my own way and not listen and


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 01:53 PM

No, I think what is being implied now, is that you're being pigheaded and mean.

 

Noone and I mean, absolutely noone has implied that you're too retarded to cook. She was trying to explain the Paleo diet (look it up) and how most of their stuff is raw barely processed foods and that for someone still having severe issues with their Celiac that it can make it harder on you and therefore needs to be slightly processed by applying heat, as in cooking. Because, according to some (not all!) Paleo diet followers everything you eat should pretty much be the way you would find it in nature.

 

Everyone here has done nothing but try to help you and you have done nothing but be rude and inconsiderate in return. My 15 year old acts like that on occasion and when he does....I quit speaking/helping/doing anything for him until he apologizes and learns to be nice again.

 

Given the way you've been responding it just feels like everyone is feeding an internet troll. Which is too bad as this forum is a wonderful resource if you're having issues and want help. But I guess, from your behavior on here you don't. Maybe when you're done acting like a petulant child and have a better grip on things in your life you can come back on here and actually learn from some people that have dealt with this their entire lives.


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 01:59 PM

"Given the way you've been responding it just feels like everyone is feeding an internet troll."

My thoughts exactly, seriously everyone needs to stop responding! It's frustrating when others post and get like 1 or 2 replies and this crap gets 38? Really?
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 02:01 PM

"Given the way you've been responding it just feels like everyone is feeding an internet troll."

My thoughts exactly, seriously everyone needs to stop responding! It's frustrating when others post and get like 1 or 2 replies and this crap gets 38? Really?

 

Yes this....off to see if there are other threads from people that I can help!


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 11:53 PM

Thanks everyone.  Haven't been on here in a while and was starting to think it was me!  Paranoia I think we can safely add to the list.  See you on another thread soon.


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Posted 24 August 2013 - 03:26 PM

I dont know your diet because you didnt post it but just start fresh like enough of all these crazy reactions, i havnt read all that you cant have but this is my daily food every single day and its boring but i dont get sick and i can build from it and the gym:

 

Meal 1

 

5 egg whites, gluten free oats, peanut butter

 

Meal 2

 

200g brown rice 120g salmon

 

Meal 3

 

200g brown rice 150g chicken fillet

 

Meal 4

 

Protein shake gluten free ofc

 

Meal 5

 

150g chicken fillet

 

Extras

 

Almonds, 1 apple, gallons of water

 

If you get reactions of this the problem isnt food


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