Very common on those that switch from high-carb CW to primal. It should go away, if not... read on.have been suffering IBS-type (gastro-intestinal issues- gas, bloating, diarrhea, stomach pain) right around when I started the plan.
Cooked or cooked?The main difference is that I cut out legumes and ramped up my vegetable intake- lots of broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, artichokes, mushrooms, salads 3-4 times a day
Cooked is best if you've got gastric problems. If you cook them and still have problems, drastically reduce broccoli and cauliflower, and add more leafy greens (assuming you can have those on FODMAP? My IBS-D was cured 100% with Primal, I haven't tried FODMAP, but I might look into it)
Red flag, find another gastro.I went to the gastro today, and she was very uninterested in my diet.
Right.I've always heard of people developing stomach issues after antibiotics
Instead, you might want to have fermented foods. Be a lot more strict about eliminating flours and sugars.
Red flag, fire her...she even called me "combative" when I asked her questions
Why does she want you on gluten? Just because everyone's supposed to eat them? Do you feel healthier without grains? If so, that should be reason enough to keep them out of your diet, and she should accept that.where sources of gluten would come from in my diet
The truth is, many people have trouble with gluten whether or not they are Celiac.(she suggested a blood test for Celiac's, which I am doing).
So? Don't tell them what you eat. There's nothing wrong with eating only "meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruit", and if a "doctor" is stupid enough to say there is, s/he deserves to be kicked on the chin.This sucks, I have a feeling that this is how my dealings with the medical profession are going to be from now on since I found PB. The GI told me that she would "never" tell any of her patients to cut out grains or dairy since they contains "so, so many good things".