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medchrt1
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   Posted 1/11/2010 4:13 PM (GMT -7)   
For the more experienced crohns disease person... I wanted to bring up the problem of stickiness. There are various foods that cause this for example, gluten imparts a stickiness to the stool consistency.
Around winter time here I am also noticing intense static cling. I wanted to bring in this theory to crohns which is influenced by ions especially sodium potassium and mineral calcium just to name a few. It is furthermore a theory that a electric charge exists during flares perhaps as a result of imbalanced electrolytes or other reason. And this further leads to problems when considering the impact of an iron (metallic) supplement into an area that may have an unstable charge from whatever reason (in theory). Thus what answer is there to neutralize charge?…One example of an antistatic that can be eaten is sugar molecules with hydroxyls or polyols. It is known that sugar provides energy but large amounts of sugar are not necessarily beneficial and when there is a bacterial overgrowth situation then sugar is not really helping either. But in the event there is this static cling of stickiness then sugars such as polyols might actually be beneficial. What do you think?
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