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Does Anyone Ever Feel Really Good?
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You seem to have had a lot of replies already, but personally, I think it may depend on the individual. Sometimes we find out we have other health issues once one is discovered. I was found to be suffering from malnutrition before being diagnosed, even though I ate well. Apart from being severely anaemic (despite already having had a hysterectomy a number of years ago) and I was also found to be lacking in vitamin D. Since taking vitamin D I can report on my joint/muscle pain improved considerably. Have you had your vitamin and mineral levels checked? I also have an under active thyroid which causes different symptoms (before treatment). I have diabetes, fibromyalgia (CFS) and am intolerant to dairy products and some other foods.

Nothing is 'clear cut' and it's trial and error with a lot of things. Don't lose heart though, there's a solution to every problem. One other thing, have you thought of keeping a food diary with everything you eat and drink?

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I think 5 peppers plus a steak might have been simply too much. Any food will not feel too good, when we eat too much.I was also wondering if food combining would help?

THis was for my family not just for myself!

I am suppose to be low sals and peppers are not low in sals by any means. Thats all we had in the house though. It tasted great but I really need to pay attention to the sals more carefully.

Thanks everyone.

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Call me a stubborn overachiever. :lol:

Stubborn overachiever.

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