It funny (not actually) how the subject of food issues and posts about
it come up so often here. Its obviously real.
Sometimes newbies ask "what special diet name should I be on? Wrong approach, you need to start with what you CAN tolerate and go forward adding one thing or sometimes similar food groups at a time (the elimination type of diet already mentioned). Whole foods are easiest to figure out since they are one thing.
For me the easiest meal to digest is basic skinless un-coated baked or grilled coated chicken (EDIT uncoated) and green beans. Liquid is water or un-sweetened almond milk. That is my go to when gut is not right and where I re-started elimination diets several times in the past.
EDIT: added More: Between lab testing foods and real trials it took a long time to figure this out. So I eat mostly whole natural foods leaving out what my body is shown to no tolerate via lab testing and real world results. I leave out glutan , corn , corn additives, most sugar and I can’t go nuts on fodmap natural sugars/carbs cause that will result in SIBO. My diet has no name, its the astroman diet!!! Hey, I can write a book and go on talk shows lol. Not.
A friend of an acquaintance just went vegan cause she "cant tolerate" any meat. I felt like mentioning the Lone star tick, but not everyone seeks answer's, I always like to know why things are the way they are, some people get overloaded to easily it seems.
Initial lyme symptoms in late 80's, again with bullseye early 90's. Started ABX 2014, ended in Jan 2016. Flares ended after. Lyme "B gone" as far as I can tell (Cured?). Now: Healing the aftermath-Rebuilding / fine tuning / fixing muscles and still improving nutrition and immune via better gut health. + 20 years of Hashimoto might now be improving.
Post Edited (astroman) : 1/19/2019 1:36:54 PM (GMT-7)