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  1. Disturbing...

    Disturbing...
  2. I should also add this bit; sometimes a different...

    I should also add this bit; sometimes a different antibiotic is needed, and it's also very effective:




    From what I can ascertain (Chris Kresser has made this point I believe), these...
  3. Treating rosacea/skin redness with "rifaximin". Looks promising.

    A link has been proposed between rosacea (or inflamed, angry looking skin) and SIBO (Small intestinal bacteria overgrowth).

    From wiki:



    Very interesting. The more I delve into health and...
  4. Cheers j3nn, reading the article now

    Cheers j3nn, reading the article now
  5. Why are squash and bananas ok on GAPS and SCD, but sweet potatoes are not?

    Lower starch?

    Is it a difference in kind or a difference in degree?
  6. Thanks for the good replies. I think AMonkey's...

    Thanks for the good replies. I think AMonkey's answer is most likely to be right, in combination with a maladapted gut flora (though the last sentence all hinges on what you mean by toxic agent; cf...
  7. It's counterintuitive to me that I can just store...

    It's counterintuitive to me that I can just store it in the fridge, not submerged.
  8. A question that's been driving me nuts about food sensitivities

    This likely has been discussed before but I don't know what to search for, so please point me in the right direction, to previous posts etc.

    Let's say you go on a very strict elimination diet and...
  9. Hi, yeah I'm talking about home made kraut. I...

    Hi, yeah I'm talking about home made kraut.

    I didn't realise you could keep it in the fridge without it being submerged-- won't it go off? It won't get mouldy?
  10. Question about how to eat sauerkraut....bit confused

    This question sounds ridiculous, but when the kraut is fully ready and I'm removing the kraut from the jar some of the juices will come out too-- so do I have to keep topping the jar off with water...
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    Pissing bile out of my ass! Sorry, I laughed...

    Pissing bile out of my ass!

    Sorry, I laughed hard at this. Oh my sides. Hope you get better, seriously!
  12. Very different, really? I'd imagine the cause is...

    Very different, really? I'd imagine the cause is largely connected to gut health, a la Chris Kresser's ideas. Derms haven't been very helpful.
  13. Cheers for the response. Yeah I only recently...

    Cheers for the response. Yeah I only recently discovered histamines from Chris Kresser's website. A friend of mine casually recommended anti-histamines for congestion, said they work a charm for him...
  14. That's interesting that your son improved from...

    That's interesting that your son improved from that, the link between gut health and autism is an interesting one. To your questions and points--

    To me it seemed that GAPS incorporated the...
  15. Thanks for uploading, I'll read that later :)

    Thanks for uploading, I'll read that later :)
  16. Interesting, I never heard that tip about topping...

    Interesting, I never heard that tip about topping the sauerkraut jars off with water so there's no air in the jar, I'll do that now.

    I'm in a relatively small town currently and I don't know if...
  17. Thank you for the link, I'll give that a read...

    Thank you for the link, I'll give that a read later tonight :-)
  18. There might be some of that, though relatively...

    There might be some of that, though relatively mild. My skin is sort of blotchy, rather than having large, isolated zits. Would the treatment be much different?
  19. A google search has led me to see that baking...

    A google search has led me to see that baking soda is known as "bicarbonate of soda" here in Ireland. I'll swing into town later and see if I can pick some up. Cheers for the good replies
  20. I'm sort of overloading this section with all my...

    I'm sort of overloading this section with all my damn threads, but this stuff's important!
  21. Lots of coconut-oil love in this thread, thanks...

    Lots of coconut-oil love in this thread, thanks for all the input.

    The Schmidt stuff looks great too, I've taken a note of it to order later
  22. Hey namelesswonder, coconut oil unfortunately is...

    Hey namelesswonder, coconut oil unfortunately is fairly comodogenic; it blocks pores. It seems to be magic for everything else, just not as a topical.

    I'm just looking for something to tide me...
  23. Would definitely be interested. Sounds...

    Would definitely be interested.



    Sounds great. I'm only getting into the whole fermented foods thing, I'm a rookie. My last batch of sauerkraut had a small bit of mold on it above the brine; I...
  24. How bad for you are topical antiobiotics (like zineryt)?

    I'm trying to improve my gut flora by introducing fermented foods. My skin has lately been bad--blotchy and inflamed, not horrific but enough to interfere with my professional and social life--and I...
  25. Unfortunately I've done all that, I'm on a pretty...

    Unfortunately I've done all that, I'm on a pretty strict/auto-immune paleo, essentially eating just meat, fat (coconut or ghee), and sweet potato with a little fermented cabbage thrown in; I've only...
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