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Mum in Norway

Member Since 14 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 15 2014 10:15 AM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Still Trying To Find Out Why Wheat Is Making Me So Sick

06 December 2013 - 12:34 AM

I am absolutly gluten- and wheat free, and intend to stay that way even if I never get a diagnosis. Obviously it is poison for my body, I just would love to know WHY...!


In Topic: Still Trying To Find Out Why Wheat Is Making Me So Sick

05 December 2013 - 01:16 PM

I have, and that is absolutly a posibility. But the whole allergy thing scares me a little, as I know you can get severe reactions... So I would really want to know if I have an allergy or not, to know if this is something i need to worry about. I do offcours know that nobody here can tell me if I am allergic, but it would be nice to know what people think :)


In Topic: 'chronic Constipation' In Children, Or Other Sugestions

01 December 2013 - 12:33 AM

thank you, i will look into that!


In Topic: Can Symptoms Of Egg Intolerance Mimic Those Of Being Glutened?

30 November 2013 - 04:24 PM

I found the whole thing about the different ratios of omega3- and 6 to be very interesting, as I study nutriton. Omega 6 is not something bad we need to be protected from at all, but it is true that an inbalace in the ratios of omega 3-6-9 is not good, but very common with a modern western diet. Also, whatever you eat in one meal will become quite liquified, broken down and very well mixed up before getting into the intestine, so if this was the problem it could be solved with just taking a omega 3 supplement along with an eggy meal, and it would be fine. I usually have salmon with my egg (caus it's so tasty!), and that makes no differance, either. There can be some damage done by having an omega ratio that is very off, but it is very unlikely for that to manifest as an intolerance to one speciffic food.

 

I did try eggs several times after making that first post, and it did not go well. So I left it for a few weeks, and tried again very carefully with foods that contain egg, and that now seems fine. I have not yet tried having pure eggs, I think I'll ease in to that later.


In Topic: Both Celiac/gluten Intolerance And Ibs Or Leaky Gut?

31 October 2013 - 05:59 AM

Thank you! I did some rotation diet-googleing afterall, and it seemd very overwhelming, but the way you put it it seems alot more do-able :)

That is strange, with your intoleranse to oats...!

 

Do you know how your daughter went about to reintroduce the foods? And did she do something first, like a month of probiotics og some suplements or wait a really long time or something?