When I posted about
the surprising amount of junk I can eat with RS diet ( which for me means daily Navy beans ) I was asked to report if I was able to continue that after tapering completely off prednisone.
With RS I am 95% of the way to pre-UC in terms of diet spectrum and bm quality/frequency, one or 2 bm's per day and almost perfect poop, not quite but almost. I stopped prednisone one week ago. Maybe 10 days ago I lost track. I also stopped 'Raw Adrenals' and other things like Librax.
So yesterday I split one liter of Cherry Coke with my daughter. I have not drank soda pop since UC diagnosis in 2006. I had an apple fritter today from 7-11 the large gross kind. We are eating Pepperidge Farm cinnamon bread. I had 2 cups of coffee today and started with an almond poppy muffin right out of bed. Breakfast downtown was crescent with egg/deli ham/cheddar. I missed lunch working feverishly on some urgent performance problems then at 3:00 stopped and ate half a can of Navy beans and most of a can of spinach.
I did stop eating the lactose free Bryers ice cream, I stopped eating coconut macaroons and I stopped taking Oregano Oil because my flora is the best it has ever been with little to no gas and Oregano Oil will wipe out the good with the bad. I am not drinking milk and I use gluten free bread but wind up eating gluten in pastries or purchased food while working downtown.
Going to buy 100 cans of Kuner's Navy Beans next time I am at king soopers.
My medication consists of www.shopwell.com/kuners-navy-beans/canned-beans/p/7227313830?f=sr&nr=4482&sp=620
Time to make grass-fed beef chili.
Daily I supplement that load of vitamin A with a pill containing Vitamin D and Vitamin A together.www.tcd.ie/Communications/news/pressreleases/pressRelease.php?headerid=3128&pressReleaseArchive=2013
Something strange about
that link when used here with URL tags. Try this one -www.bewellandwealthy.org/scientists-uncover-protective-influence-vitamin-inflammatory-bowel-disease/
"Scientists at Trinity College Dublin have made novel discoveries around the protective influence of Vitamin A against the damaging immune responses that lead to inflammatory bowel disease. "
Post Edited (aguywithuc) : 8/6/2013 7:07:28 PM (GMT-6)