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Opinions Wanted About Meal Replacement!


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#1 Blaze422

 
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Posted 19 May 2014 - 04:10 PM

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I suffer from DH and have not had the discipline to go paleo, or elimination diet , but have a low iodine, whole food, etc diet.
I continue the no gluten, no dairy battle, have reduced my dapsone to 25 mgs 2xday
I was wondering if the the garden of life Raw Meal mixed with coconut water is
Good to have once a day 7 days a week,
I have not been good with my "leaky gut" healing....for example have not been following a food rotation, forget my fermented veggies etc....but have been good eating whole foods and avoiding processed foods.
Having one meal a day be a powder shake does make my life simpler.
Thoughts?
And thanks....
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Posted 19 May 2014 - 04:14 PM

I don't know if its a good idea to replace real food with a drink but..... I just don't feel comfortable with barley and wheat grass. It should be gluten-free, but ......
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