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Recipe: Mussels and Chips

Posted by Joana in My Gut Feeling, 22 October 2014 · 341 views
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Recipe: Mussels and Chips Moules frites is Belgian´s most famous recipe. Steamed mussels in white wine and parsley with homemade chips – the perfect comfort seafood recipe that you can easily make at home! Check the recipe here .


Low FODMAP Chocolate Fudge Brownies

Posted by balancedgrub in balancedgrub's Blog, 13 October 2014 · 1,896 views
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Low FODMAP Chocolate Fudge Brownies I think these are the yummiest little squares of goodness you will find! They are gooey and rich trust me one is enough but it does the trick for that sweet tooth you may have.


Please, don't make me eat.

Posted by alineb in alineb's Blog, 11 October 2014 · 2,355 views

Our lives revolve around food.
At least, mine does. 
Any time I visit family, one of the first questions I'm asked is, "Jeet?" (Did you eat?) This question is shortly followed by several plates of food being placed before you, no matter your answer. 
When discussing birthday plans, finding a nice place to eat is essent...


Saints, Bengals, and Cardinals: Can You Feel It?

Posted by Wootton in Wootton, 10 October 2014 · 2,519 views

I must admit it is rather satisfying to see the Patriots Sam Mills Jersey , the group of the decade and winners of 3 Super Bowls, and the Pittsburgh Steelers, winners of an all-time most six Super Bowls, struggling as of late and in danger of missing the playoffs.
The Steelers appear to hold chugging along no matter who the coach is. All individuals years...


Three Tips For Keeping A Thyroid Healthy This Summer

Posted by mariepeter009 in Hypothyroidism Treatment Program, 03 October 2014 · 1,495 views

At one point or another, we will feel tired plus you simply do not need to function on something, or you're merely too tired to make good decisions, or to carry out even the simple jobs for the day. Understanding what causes tiredness may be the key to dealing with it plus overcoming this issue too.

We could exercise normal or be physically active plus n...


SIBO Flatulence

Posted by Maximusflatulus in Maximusflatulus' Blog, 01 October 2014 · 1,526 views
Uncontrollable Flatulence

I have been suffering from SIBO for 7 years. And I have to admit that I get a bit of a tired face when people start to talk about a "healthy" diet with high fibre and high carbohydrate. The obscure fact is that before I got SIBO that is the exact diet I was following - to the letter. I made sure I got AT LEAST 8 grams of fibre per day, if not more. I did...


Trying to stay positive with negativity around you

Posted by Gena in Gena's Blog, 07 September 2014 · 4,282 views

A lot of my friends are going through some tough times lately and as their friend, I want to help them in anyway I can. Misery loves company. These negative ppl are trying to bring me down and with everything going on, I'm actually starting to feel the negativity hit me. The sad thing is these people that I'm around don't even care about the things I'm go...


Hypnosis: Changing Your Life From the Inside Out

Posted by Nikka_Sparks in Nikka_Sparks' Blog, 04 September 2014 · 3,632 views
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Changing Your Life From the Inside Out With Hypnosis

Why do we do what we do?  Why do we think what we think? And feel what we feel?

More importantly, how can we change these patterns if they’re not serving us?

There is a gr...


My Updates on the GAPS Diet

Posted by LDW in LDW's Blog, 03 September 2014 · 2,866 views

Hi All,
Well it has been almost two months and I am still working on the diet. Made some adjustments to the GAPS Diet for me. About a week ago made home made yogurt which was delicious. Have been eating better and really feel the meat broth is doing the job of sealing my leaky gut.
When I go out in public to shop I have less restroom runs...


Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT)

Posted by Reno in Reno's Blog, 22 August 2014 · 2,512 views

 What is fecal transplant?
Your body has a lot of necessary (good) bacteria in its gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Fecal transplant involves taking stool from a healthy person and transferring it into a person suffering from a disease caused by reduced amounts of the necessary (good) bacteria. Fecal transplant is most commonly used as a treatment...


Patient with my Doctor...

Posted by Paisley in The Struggle Is Real..., 21 August 2014 · 2,478 views

So I went for a colonoscopy last month because it got to the point where I saw blood in my stool more than three times a week. This didn't improve if I cut out gluten or dairy. My doctor said he would get back to me after a month with the results; however, I have heard nothing. I'm a) scared they are going to say it's nothing or b ) say its going to...


I b s constipation and stomachs adhesions

Posted by petetasha2 in petetasha2's Blog, 19 August 2014 · 1,293 views

I have been an I b s sufferer for 18 years had two operations to remove adhesions 11 years ago and lately have been in severe pain with constipation and dr thinks my adhesions are back and has said could have adhesions removed with surgery again what's your thoughts

Thank you



Posted by Nojokeibs in Nojokeibs' Blog, 16 August 2014 · 1,557 views

A selection of books from my bookshelf.  You will probably find these in a library without much trouble as they are not particularly new.  I hunt library sales and have found some of these there. I'm not going to specially put them in order according to how much I like them or anything.  If you're at the end of your rope and looking for som...


Color of Stool/Probiotics

Posted by Rocco99 in Rocco99's Blog, 13 August 2014 · 1,660 views

I was in the Hospital for three days last week with a Kidney stone stuck in my ureter tube, they blasted it out and placed a stent in the tube until August 25, they also found some air in my stomach that they said should not be there and were looking for a tear in my intestines which they could not find, I just started taking Probiotics 3 days ago and not...


Does constipation cause temporary anxiety?

Posted by Richard Horman in Anxiety, 30 July 2014 · 2,667 views

I have random bouts of anxiety.  The only associated event that seems to be attached to the anxiety is random constipation.  When I am constipated I frequently (and possibly always) experience anxiety.  I have taken a prescription for the anxiety which is usually effective.


Another Day in Paradise...

Posted by freile_bende in freile_bende's Blog, 10 July 2014 · 3,820 views

Today was a the aftermath of yesterday. Yesterday began stressfully resulting in me running to the bathroom every 15 minutes from diarrhea. I couldn't eat after that, every time I tried, I ended up in the bathroom again. Honestly, though as much as I prefer this to my usual monthly state of constipation, this makes me so muc...


The continuous struggle and frustration....

Posted by Court_1013 in Court_1013's Blog, 07 July 2014 · 3,786 views

So.. I am writing here in hopes of finding some more advice from other people who are finding their IBS to be unresponsive...
I was diagnosed with IBS approximately 3 months ago; I have been having a very on and off response from my body. I have tried so many things and they each seem to work for a week or so and then I am back at square one. Then...



Posted by akath17 in akath17's Blog, 06 July 2014 · 3,876 views

Good Evening!
I was recently diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and looking for some serious advise. I was experience extreme diarrhea regardless of what I ate, and also experienced times when I was completely constipated. More often than not, however, I suffered from extreme diarrhea.
After meeting with my GastroEnterologist he recom...


Looking for advice..

Posted by jjohnson57 in jjohnson57's Blog, 04 July 2014 · 3,619 views

[s]I am 22 and was diagnosed with IBS about 2 years ago. I have been on a Gluten and Lactose free diet for 6 months. I definetly have a lactose intolerance and especially now that I have cut it out cannot go back to eating it at all and even Lactaid's will not help but have been tested for Celiac and was negative. Doctor just said to keep eating Gluten Fr...


CURsEd. There isn't cure is there?

Posted by BlueHungry in BlueHungry's Blog, 17 June 2014 · 3,470 views

I've had IBS for about 3 years, it started in 2012, early March. I'm going to be 20 soon, I've had this since I was 17.
It's horrible. It began with a bout of GERDS during my A-level year after perhaps too much coffee. I had a mental breakdown and had series of alternating urgency, constipation and diarrhea. Then that stopped after 3 months. My par...

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