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JamieRmusic

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About JamieRmusic

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    http://soundcloud.com/jaroomusic
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    jaroomusic

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    Male
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    Friends & family, cooking food, health & workout, skateboard & snowboard, learning new traits and developing skills in new exciting fields.

    Got a strong passion to produce/score/write music as well as perform live as a DJ in clubs and at festivals.
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    Norway
  1. Hello fellow celiacs. After reading many questions regarding this probiotic, I decided to contact the producer. Dolphius 9 has 3 strains cc'ed. Kyo has other branded bottles which are labelled gluten free. If you want another which is 100% gluten free, I suggest the lab tested (consumerlabs...
  2. Yeah, eating without digestive enzymes is next to impossible. Need at least 1-2 each meal to have a fighting chance, else it comes out fully undigested. I try not to overcook the food, to keep the enzymes intact in the food and not having to draw as much of my limited supply. As for candida, treatment...
  3. @Ennis_TX @Jmg @Rebecca S @cyclinglady Thank you all for the replies! Diagnose I was diagnosed at the age of 2, but due to peer pressure and lack of knowledge back then, I ingested gluten containing foods up until the age of 19-20 (the most at age 19-20). Mostly because of delayed reaction...
  4. Hello! My name is Jamie, I'm 31 years old and live in Norway. Since 2011, I left Vancouver after a year of study and have been in and out of hospitals in Norway, but nobody can give me the proper tests to find the problem with my body. I can't work, I can barely eat and I am laying...
  5. I am a member of consumer labs. They test every product to make sure us consumer have a reliable source for supplements. They are a nonprofit and have been written about in just about every credible newsagency. They're the real deal. VSL is sadly not approved gluten free, and neither...
  6. Good catch. Let's hope that is a sign that they figured it out.
  7. Yeah. If the stomach isn't fully healed then breaking down certain foods will be impossible. Obviously some of the foods in the chart won't work for everyone, but it's a good starting point. I think that, in combination with the SCD diet should, in fact, cure the issues for most true Celiacs. I am...
  8. I recommend you read this book. http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.info/ by Elaine Gottschall. In short, it all boils down to malabsorption of starches. It will shed light on the whole mucous production issue, and how to solve it. It 99% of the time, for celiac patients, is the cause of excess...
  9. I had the same, and it was related to foods, but also heat. As soon as I lay down under the coves in bed it would break out. I'd go take cold showers and that helped a lot. Taking anti histamines for allergies help a TON too. Combine it with cold showers and you are in paradise. I'd try that if I...
  10. 5 years ago I had neurological issues, due to gluten ataxia. I had massive loss of cognitive ability among other things, loss off muscle control, total muscle atrophy and you name it. Back to the cognitive side of it, I could not understand right from wrong. I would have insane thoughts pop into...
  11. Go get a second opinion, or even better go to the pharmacy. Buy one of the xylose breath tests. They are quite accurate these days. If that fails, ask your doctor to get sent to the hospital for a real checkup. I don't trust any one doctor for an opinion. Take it from someone who has been to the...
  12. Hey guys. I'll try to keep it short. I recently had tests done in Denmark and found all my food sensitivities, with the hope of getting better. It's been 5 years adhering a super strict diet. Nothing seemed to work as it should. Let me rewind. A few years back I went on the SCD (simple...
  13. Keep searching till you find a good doctor. I'm 4.5 years in now of dealing with hospitals and doctors. They have all been the worst up until now. Finally got into the best in my country and they are doing all tests from scratch. Including ACTUALLY listening to what I say, and not just nod and then...
  14. They have tests to find out if you are allergic, intolerant or have full blown celiac disease. Don't just begin eating bread it takes 3-6 months before the inflammation calms down. Go for the D-Xylose test... https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003606.htm
  15. I'm also kinda late, but I can relate. After a long long time of doing research I have wrapped my head around how the body works and how to eat properly to get good gains. Let me start off with this. If you think you eat enough then let me ask you this. Do you track your food? If you are serious...