- April 6, 2012 at 10:45 pm #78160
cmooreMemberTopics: 20Replies: 24
A nod to Thomas on a clinic but for one thing. Im quite sure the way in which Dr. Practice medicine in places in the US may be quite different then in Sweden. In most clinics in the US you might not ever get as far as having a Dr. even agree to test you for this. Most Dr. in the US would just as soon spend vast amounts of money testing you for any number of autoimmune diseases for which they have very expensive pharmaceuticals standing by. The very idea of healing through a change in diet and some natural products goes antithetical to the way Dr. are educated in this country. But hey give it a try by all means.
But after your visit to a clinic, check in with an MD who practices integrative medicine.April 7, 2012 at 12:10 am #78162
bencMemberTopics: 67Replies: 419
i’ve had labyrinthitis 4 times now, every single time its struck i’ve had lots of stress, more sugar than usual in my diet (i don’t eat much) & more booze (likewise I don’t drink that much). Plus a couple of times i had stomach issues weeks or days before.
Off course the NHS GP’s never considered all these factors when I told them & in a few cases gave me antibiotics.
I should write a book “how to deal with doctors” because i’ve had plenty experience in the my life, I just I wish I knew what I knew now before.April 7, 2012 at 2:29 am #78180
JavizyMemberTopics: 20Replies: 945
Interesting…I too have leg cramps at night sometimes as well as what I feel are blood sugar issues. I’m dizzy in the morning too. Whenever I go back to eating very little carbs, I feel worse. It lasts until I go back to getting some carbs. Once I tried to stick to the low carb diet for weeks but my symptoms of heart palpitations and dizzyness wouldn’t go away. So I eat some carbs and I feel better. Which carbs are best for me to eat?
“Complex carbs” NOT flour, or white rice that stuff. ONLY brown rice, only bread that flowerless like sprouted breads.. Eziekiel breads and spelt made with sprouted grains. Id say based on my experience steer clear fruit juice its natural but very very high sugar.
Also this might sound controversial but dont have ANY bread without putting “butter” on it. The fat will slow down its conversion to sugar. (in not an expert here just my opinion) So eat bread and butter sparingly of course. Google complex carbs.
Why not try the carbs suggested on the forum: buckwheat, millet, rice bran and oat bran? They’re gluten-free, have prebiotic properties and are far more complex and nutrient-dense than the much overrated brown rice. The difference in GI and nutrients between brown and white rice really isn’t that impressive, and barely justifies the loss of taste and texture. Buckwheat flour would still be more complex than brown rice. Check out the details for yourself with this site http://nutritiondata.self.com/
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