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1desperateladysaved

Member Since 08 May 2012
Offline Last Active Aug 25 2014 06:59 PM
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1desperateladysaved's Blog > Clash With The Doctors On My Colonoscopy Prep

Posted 26 July 2014

I am normally a very shy person just wanting to blend in and willingly do what I am asked. However, when doctors told me that I needed to drink high fructose corn syrup, corn in my medications, and plastic (Mira lax) they had overstepped their power and I felt threatened. I swell up if I smell corn, so I knew I couldn't eat it. They dismissed my concern a...


1desperateladysaved's Blog > Damage Assesments At 2 Years Gluten Free: Colonoscopy/endoscopy Prep

Posted 14 July 2014

Quite possibly I suffered from celiac all of my life. I say 30+ years since I am older than that and can recall bloating and fatigue beginning undeniably at age 19 after a bout with mono-nucleosis. I have been working with my physicians to relieve my symptoms naturally and attempting to get to the roots of problems and solve them since realizing I had a g...


1desperateladysaved's Blog > Bumps In The Road: Food Intolerances

Posted 31 May 2014

About 1 1/2 years ago I did a food antibody test to see if I could find some safe foods for me to use and any I should not use. The tests searched for Igg and IgA antibodies made by the body to combat foods that it evidently thinks are invading it. The tests showed me several surprises:

Buckwheat threatened my body the hardest! (I was already off gluten...


1desperateladysaved's Blog > The Beginning Of The End Of Celiac Reigning In My Life. Two Years Of Progress.

Posted 04 May 2014

When I was 19 I fell ill with mononucleosis. From than on I carried what seemed like 100 lbs of fatigue on my back. I tried many natural ways to relieve and energize me. You see that I tried to take care of a large family. Yet, sometimes it seemed that it took more energy to make a meal than I got out of the meal. I felt tired, but the doctor said, "Of co...


1desperateladysaved's Blog > Where Oh Where, Is My Tummy?

Posted 08 April 2014

I recently started on glutamine to help to heal my leaky gut. I had been experiencing general inflammation and that is what the doctor said to do.
:) Love it when my body gets dramatic. But, my tummy is now shrinking so fast that I don't know how to stand right. I stick out my tummy in order so that it will look "normal" to me, but I give myself a...