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Ann Ireland
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   Posted 2/22/2008 3:54 PM (GMT -7)   
I have become awful sensitive to foods now.
Sugar, coffee, any thing like puds and desserts are out.
milk, bread, red meat, plus plus
why would this happen quite suddenly when I was doing fine.
I know over the past two years major new developements have occured for the worst in regard to my health.
What do you do when the yeast attacks?
xAnn
Ann Ireland

Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) Severely Deaf, Hypothyroidism, Pes Cavus, Crohns Disease, scoliolis, Hiatus hernia, diverticular disease, neuromuscular disorder (?parkinsons) movement disorder, ? another autoimmune disease.
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dunny2
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   Posted 2/22/2008 5:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Reactions of any kind can come out of the blue. Since taking both Imuran and Remicade and not reacting until the
3 or 4 dose has made me very aware of this. Also your reactions can become stronger and stronger each time you
are exposed.

I wish I had some words to help you with your problems...
Vicky

Too many years with CD
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Roni
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   Posted 2/22/2008 6:43 PM (GMT -7)   
All sugar products and often coffee exasperates CD symptoms, so we should avoid them. Many ppl with CD can't tolerate milk, but can tolerate yogurt and organic cheeses (especially old hard cheese). Goat dairy products are really easy for us to digest. Breads are easier to digest if they're made with sourdough instead of yeast and also if the grains were fermented before baked.

You can try the maker's diet, it's about eating natural food like what I mentioned above. If you really like sweets, the sweets in the maker's diet are sweetened with natural sweeteners like honey and stevia.

ivy6
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   Posted 2/24/2008 8:03 PM (GMT -7)   
Can you give us a better idea of the problems you're experiencing? Does the food upset your stomach, does it give you intestinal pains, or does it increase your D?

If it's hurting your stomach, it's possible you have gastritis or a fungal infection.

I.
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pb4
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   Posted 2/24/2008 8:19 PM (GMT -7)   
All the foods you mentioned can exacerbate IBD symptoms, you're better off without them anyways, I know that's not comforting but comming from an ex-sugar junkie believe me, it's been very well worth it to give up on those kinds of foods...beef, although good for you due to the iron, is a difficult meat to digest even for many who don't even have bowel issues...use moderation with beef.

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Ann Ireland
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   Posted 2/24/2008 11:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Yes, in past few days, I really have been working on it. Was SO depressed last night had a bit of madera cake and boy am I paying for it this morning.
Sugar now a complete no-no.
I really dont want to give up the coffee but think I should and am having less now.
xx and thanks
Ann
Ann Ireland

Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) Severely Deaf, Hypothyroidism, Pes Cavus, Crohns Disease, scoliolis, Hiatus hernia, diverticular disease, neuromuscular disorder (?parkinsons) movement disorder, ? another autoimmune disease.
Excema.

150mcg tyroxine, 20mg pantoprazole, 10mg Cipramil, 500mg 2 3times a day Mesalazine, 3mg Entocort, 62.5 Sinemet, 30mg Tamazipam, mystatin, sudocream


teenatoons1
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   Posted 2/25/2008 10:20 PM (GMT -7)   
If you like tea, I heard that peppermint tea was good for relaxing the intestines. I don't know if it is true or not though. Have you tried using splenda instead of sugar when you can? I have just started a diet in january. It teaches me to eat healtier, but it has required a lot of rufage. The suport class that I am in, suggested that I eat a little less raw veggies and go ahead and cook them. My aunt said that my grandfather (who had crohn's) needed to east his vegies cooked or they were hard on him. I lost 14 pounds, but I had started bleeding rectally. I started my menstrual period in the middle of the second week. I usually bleed with my period, and I'm not done yet, so I don't know if I have bled for two or three weeks. I started cooking my veggies, but I like the spinach salads that I got to eat. Good luck
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