After I started a diet, cutting all flours, dairy and refined sugar, I had no more diarrheas and I got my blood test results. And they are amazing. CPR went down from 0,18 to 0,04. Glycose went from 98 to 85. Cholesterol, from 225 to 205. Eosinophils fell from 760 to 475 (but they reached a 1000). Monocites from 1100 to 550. Besides I lost around 2 kg in a week. I'm curious to get a new colonocospy and see the biopsies. Overall, it's a great result. I'd recommend this diet to everyone. Just remember not to cut all carbs. Eat rice, potatoes and what we call here "mandioquinha". Just mash. It's tasty and healthy. I think the word for it in english is brazilian arrowroot. See if you can find it there. It's really tasty, not like mashed potatoes. I've been eating it mashed with chicken or fish. Sometimes with an omelet. And put some other vegetable. If you want to stay low carb to make a better test, don't use rice. It's working for my intestines and blood. I hope it can work for more people. I know it's hard, but it's totally worth it. You'll be hungry after this meal. Grab some fruits, cut them and eat. I'm also trying homeopathy. I don't know if it had any effect though. But I don't think the effect was due to homeopathy, since I started it like a week ago.
After so long having diarrheas I forgot what it is to have a normal stool. So can anyone tell me what is a normal one? Now it varies from a little dry, full uncut piece to soft separated pieces. I don't know if this soft is normal. It's definitely not liquid. It's just soft and nor firm. Is it normal?
Edit: I had some abnormal (no diarrhea, but almost, with some abdominal pain) stool today and what I did different was eating some dairy for 2 days.
Post Edited (marcell) : 3/28/2018 9:46:50 PM (GMT-6)