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  • #16
    Is it leaky gut/IBS if i dont have immediate onset of symptoms after eating the FODMAPS? When diarrhea, it could occur hours after eating, or when I wake up. Totally random.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by DeltaCypher0 View Post
      Is it leaky gut/IBS if i dont have immediate onset of symptoms after eating the FODMAPS? When diarrhea, it could occur hours after eating, or when I wake up. Totally random.

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      Officially? No idea, but I'd say yeah. You're still having a very strong gut response to food. To me that = IBS.
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      • #18
        I enjoy doing the fermentation thing. I try to eat at least one serving a day. I also enjoy having a basement full of sciency-looking apparatus.

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        • #19
          Also 3.7g/Kg Protein seems a little high to me.

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          • #20
            I used to have horrible digestive issues. And OMG the heartburn! Eliminating grains, sugars, refined carbs (going low carb really), and supplementing with homemade bone broth, gelatin, probiotics, and L-glutamine has worked wonders. I also take digestive enzymes after every meal. Sometimes too many raw fibrous veggies like carrots or jicama will give me slight issues but my digestive health has pretty much done a 180 by changing how I eat and adding in a few supplements.

            So far I haven't experimented with fermented veggies as I'm squeamish about making them at home. I do make 24 hour coconut milk yogurt, am about to start my first ever batch of homemade kombucha, and I buy real fermented pickles. Fermented carrots and beets sound interesting but I haven't taken the leap to try making my own yet.

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            • #21
              Some of my local stores carry packaged ferments

              Fermented Black Radish - Organic and Unpasteurized, from Wise Choice Marke

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              • #22
                I had years of digestive issues pre-primal. Then it improved some, then got worse once primal. Here is what happened and what helped.

                I spent a year experimenting with eliminating FODMAPS, adding different fermented foods, probiotics, etc, etc. It got really bad when I did a Whole 30. It finally pointed me to not enough stomach acid. I played with HCL supplments and it helped a bit, but then it got worse once again. I finally went to see a functional Nurse Practitioner to get a Comprehensive Stool Test. It came back positive for H.Pylori, mold and extreme gluten sensitivity. I had been primal for almost three years and 98% gluten free, but that little bit of exposure looked like I had been eating it for ages. So, after treatment of antibiotics and then a focus on healing with L-glutamine and aloe, plus adding soluble fiber with acacia powder I am doing SO So So much better. I have been able to reintroduce coconut and greens (cooked). I am vigiliant about gluten and hidden gluten. I am happy to eat FODMAPS now. (love artichokes!) That poop test was so worth it.
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                • #23
                  Rebuilding the Gut

                  Basic Protocol

                  This protocol should be used for most patients unless otherwise indicated.

                  For a month:

                  8,000 Mg L-Glutamine – Take in divided doses, 3x a day on an empty stomach if possible
                  Follow Average Probiotic Protocol For A Month
                  Life Extension Bio Curcumin – Follow General Supplement Recommendations
                  N-acetylglucosamine (Don’t Use if Allergic to Shellfish) – Follow General Supplement Recommendations

                  For three months:

                  600 mg Magnesium Glycinate – Take Before Bed

                  < L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid and helps rebuild both the stomach lining and the gut.
                  The probiotic protocol will replace the good bacteria in your gut.
                  The Curcumin is used to increase immune cells in the gut and heal inflammation.
                  N-acetylglucosamine is made by the body to increase mucus production in the stomach and gut and to make a protective barrier. >

                  Severe Protocol

                  For a month:

                  20,000 Mg L-Glutamine – Take in divided doses, 3x a day on an empty stomach if possible. Reduce by 5,000 mg each week until completed.

                  Follow Advanced Probiotic Protocol For A Month

                  Life Extension Bio Curcumin – Follow General Supplement Recommendations

                  N-acetylglucosamine (Don’t Use if Allergic to Shellfish) – Follow General Supplement Recommendations
                  SeaCure White Fish Protein Supplement (Don’t Use if Allergic to Fish) – Follow General Supplementation Recommendation

                  For three months:

                  600 mg Magnesium Glycinate – Take Before Bed
                  <The increase in L-Glutamine is to help the intestine heal greater.
                  The Seacure supplement is very high in amino acids that can help heal the gut lining.>
                  My book Fix Your Gut is available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Fix-Your-Gut-D...s=fix+your+gut. The book price is $7.99.

                  I also offer coaching: http://fixyourgut.com/fixyourgut-coaching/.

                  www.fixyourgut.com
                  Twitter: @fixyourgutjb

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