- May 19, 2012 at 6:11 am #82334
TresMemberTopics: 12Replies: 19
Hello, I feel that I have gas in my stomach. I am on Stage 2 of the diet and beginning back on herbs. Wild Oil of Orageno P73 morning and evening , olive leaf extract 1350mg by Seagate morning and evening and Magnesium Cirrate by BioActive Nutrients 600mg in the morning.I wasn’t successful with the Liver detox. I am using a 30l liver dex by Renew Life.I am a diabetic and have stopped my Metformin and glimperide because it contains rice flour-per the manufacture. Blood sugars are high 200 or so in the am. It goes down during the day. Any natural stuff I can take. I have been off these herbs for 2 weeks now and I am starting with morning congestion again. Any diabetic bread recipes out there. I an somewhat constipated and feel the fiber would benifit me. Thank you for the answers and posts. I look forward to reading them. They are very helpful. Thank you again. TresMay 19, 2012 at 6:39 am #82340
PositivoMemberTopics: 29Replies: 246
I learned from my experience that the more bowel movements you have the less gas you ll have. You have to prevent constipation. The gas can be due to die off. Read ables constipation post for solution but for me coconut oil usually solved that problem.May 19, 2012 at 7:11 am #82344
JavizyMemberTopics: 20Replies: 945
I found improvements after sticking with pectin and inulin for a week or so. Many people (including me) have a tendency to stop prebiotic foods because of digestive issues, but it takes time for the gut flora to adjust. Start with small amounts to see how well you tolerate them. You’ll want to avoid the higher-sugar foods until later on too. There’s probably a more extensive list, but Google isn’t being very helpful.
Pectin: citrus peel, cucumber, celery, tomatoes, apples.
Inlulin: leeks, onion, garlic, asparagus, artichokes, chicory.
Maybe you’d like the coconut bread in the recipe section. If you’re diabetic you’ll have even more reason than most people to avoid starchy, inflammatory foods like grains.May 19, 2012 at 7:24 am #82349
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4812
Tres wrote: Hello, I feel that I have gas in my stomach. I am on Stage 2 of the diet and beginning back on herbs. Wild Oil of Orageno P73 morning and evening , olive leaf extract 1350mg by Seagate morning and evening and Magnesium Cirrate by BioActive Nutrients 600mg in the morning.
Hello, Treas. Part of the problem with gas could still be coming from the die-off toxins. Are you still experiencing die-off symptom and are you taking precautions against the toxins?
And Positivo is right on about constipation, so read the following post for information on that.
Any diabetic bread recipes out there. I am somewhat constipated and feel the fiber would benifit me.
Have you seen the recipe section of the forum? The coconut flour bread recipe should be ok for you.
AbleMay 19, 2012 at 8:20 am #82351
TresMemberTopics: 12Replies: 19
Hi, It’s Tres, Thank yoou everyone for the advice. I have heard that 2 tablespoons of coconut oil in the am is good for you. I’ll start that tomorrow morning. I will look up the prebiotic foods and use them. I will look up the coconut bread recipe and make some. It sounds yummy. I am starting the Molybdenum today. This will be my first time taking it.From what I read I need to take this for 3 days. day 1 starting with 1 250 mcg. day 2 take 2 and day 3 take 3. do I take this every day along with the herbs? I’ll hold off on the herbs til I do the 3 days of Molybdenum. do drink lots of water every day. I live in South Florida and am a medical Unit Coordinator at a local medical center. When I have to leave my desk for the rest room I get flac from nursing staff. I’m going to keep it up.Thanks again, TresMay 19, 2012 at 8:23 am #82352
AngorMemberTopics: 47Replies: 136
I’m no expert, but I’ve heard magnesium can cause gas. Livestrong.com says “the most common side effect of magnesium supplements involves abdominal distress. This can include stomach upset, nausea, diarrhea, bloating and gas.”
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