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thegirlsmom

Member Since 13 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 26 2014 12:50 PM
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In Topic: White Poo

26 June 2014 - 12:54 PM

Just an update.....I had an appointment to take her to our doc, and she went to the bathroom, it was normal again. After 3days of white poo, it was brown again! The doc said they didn't need to see her but to bring her in if it happened again.

In Topic: White Poo

23 June 2014 - 05:34 PM

But what causes a lack of bile salts? Is that a celiac thing?

In Topic: Alopecia

01 July 2013 - 05:37 AM

I have alopecia areata and have for the last 11 Years, I have recently discovered a spot on my head right at the top of my crown, that I too am trying to figure out how to handle when it gets bigger.  Right now I am thinking pretty scarves and headbands might do the trick, but we will see where the spot grows to. 

 

What I would recomend to you is to get an IGG test to see what other foods cause inflamation in your body. For me it was dairy and when I gave it up it made a huge difference.  My hair loss never completly stopped,  but it did slow down considerably.  Lately I have gotten lazy and have been eating cheese, and my hair is falling out as bad as it was before gluten free/ dairy free changes.  So as of today, I am starting an elimination diet. 

 

If you watch your skin it can also tell you if you are reacting to another food.   I always break out when I eat dairy. 

 

Also,  think about your stress level 6-8 weeks ago.  That is how long it takes your body to react to stress and anxiety.  8 weeks ago my brother's(whom I am very close to) house burned down. 

Remember, it can take up to 2 years for gluten to leave your body, and if you are like me,  you goofed a lot initially.