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Diet for MS
Sep 10, 2004
... acctually from what i read and, know..the Gluten free diet can almost if not cure is a very healthy diet..from what i know..the healhties diet..yup it is.. ... (3 replies)
... us or not. Verry lettle movement is observed in left hand and left leg. He is not able to sit on his own. Immediately after stroke he was hopitalised and in iccu for 10 days. ... (0 replies)
... I'm guessing the biggest thing thing that may work for many on Paleo would be omission of gluten, as I agree that a large population are in one way or another allergic to it, I also have a feeling it would do nothing short of helping your skin issues. Another thought here; since practically ALL baked goods are grain, and all baked goods contain Bromine, well, that could... (6 replies)

... Personally I think the "paleo diet" is a bunch of claptrap. Paleo ancestors ate fruits, grasses and raw meat when they could find it. THey didn't herd cattle for dairy, nor have cultivated wheat, freezing, cooking, etc. ... (6 replies)
... certainly take that as my next step as a way to see if it would help my health issues if I were you. I really believe that can be connected to so many problems for so many people, You may be surprised how much it could help. You sound pretty disciplined anyway. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, Isis, and thank you for your reply. I have been eating this way for at least 5 years, maybe more. ... (6 replies)
... PLUS, you say your current diet is very "clean". ... (6 replies)
... I am very tempted to try this diet in hopes of improving my health. ... (6 replies)
Making That Step
Jul 15, 2015
... s but what I consider a huge downfall in my weight gains would be the time in which I eat and also junk food! yes, those awful moments when a dip into the fridge for 1 cold digestive turns into half a pack!. I've been fairly active, happy enough to carry a bit of timber around the hips but the time has come for a change. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, Lenin. (Russian by any chance? :-)) A long time ago (when I was just beginning to read health books) I have corresponded with a guy who had a combo of rosacea and seborrheic derm. Interestingly enough, both of these conditions seemed to have gone into remission by him eating pure "paleo" and applying 100% pure aloe on his face. The only other variant was - he started... (6 replies)
... r absorbtion of minerals. Protease inhibitors can damage the pancreas, haemagglutins can produce various problems and Lathyrogens in Chickpeas can be responsible for Spastic paralysis of the legs, skeletal abnormalities. ... (42 replies)

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