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robertwilburn35

Member Since 27 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 07 2013 07:01 PM
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In Topic: Failed With Protein Supplements

07 January 2013 - 07:01 PM

I am an athlete with a very sensitive gleuten intolerance. the onlly protien suplement I have found to not give me problems is "fast digesting ISO-Z5" isolate protien. if taken with H2O there is only 140 cal. I take mine with milk and I double the recomended dose. recomended dose is 2 scoops per day. I take 2 scoops in am and 2 in pm. vit B-12, and a multi. they sem to be working pretty good as I have been doing thisfor one month now. BUT I follow a very strict gleuten free soy free diet and very sparing in the carb and casin dept.

When I say athlete I mean I am 43 yo. I have lived with this for about 1.5 years and am currently on a pretty heavy work out plan. I do a 5k brisk on monday, a 10k on wednesday, light (not lazy) 5k thursday, all those in A.M. In PM I work out monday thru thursday lifting. then I do a long run of 10 to 15 miles every saterday. I am not boasting I am just stating that you can do what I am if you maintain your discipline and not give up, but it will take time and set backs but you are worth the effort.

In Topic: Biopsy Results

13 August 2012 - 06:13 PM

I am sorry for the diagnosis and don't mean to sound cynical. I am not. However play the hand your dealt. Dont deal, theres no bargain, no easy way. It sucks. That said you will get through it and it will still suck. As your body heals you will feel better and life will get easier. You will learn what you can and can't have and will see that after this initial storm passes that your symptoms will resolve and you will feel better than you have in a long time. So chin up look up and come to this forum, use the resources and advice in a way that you need to. Its your body so as well meaning as people are not all advice is good advice. Your off to a good start even though right now it may not feel like it.

In Topic: Has Anyone Experienced One Or Some Of These Mental Health Issues?

17 July 2012 - 12:04 PM

sometimes I think gluten causes the problem of mental illness and sometimes I think my symptoms caused my mental illness. now anytime I go someplace there is food I get anxious so now i wonder if worrying about the gluten causes my anxiety. then other times my anxiety causes me to be anxious. I know it sounds funny but thats the way I feel at least right now , I think

In Topic: Why Can't My Body Handle Long Runs?

17 July 2012 - 11:47 AM

and cyberprof has some really good points about gluten and sources too. I find the more rigid I am the better I feel.

In Topic: Why Can't My Body Handle Long Runs?

17 July 2012 - 11:45 AM

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Robert, I'm chomping at the bit to get where you are. I might be able to make it through a 10 miler, but it will wreck me for 2-3 days.

I hope I can get back there again, I will respect the run like never before if I can get her back... :D


You might wanna try to build up the iron, folic acid and b12 in your blood. I know they appear WNL but if your body is defficient for a long time then it gets used to it. Primarily, the kidneys perform and secrete the hormones that increase rbc count which is rarely WNL for me even when my H and H are. So, I have been increasing these vits as a sort of experiment to see if my h and h and total FE levels can bounce up. IDK for you but I have only given it about 3 weeks now and am beggining to feel a lil better in general and during heavy workout days