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So I am thinking I am going to make a list of foods that irritate my ulcerative proctitis and keep adding to the list as I find out what seems to make it flareup and what seems to be okay to eat.
List of UP Aggravations.
Number 1. Had almost instantaneous flareups after eating corn. It was both organic and cooked, which is said to be easier to digest than raw. Oh well.
List of UP Okays.
Number 1. Bananas,…Continue
Added by L. on January 7, 2012 at 9:04am — No Comments
I drink a lot of liquid. I drink
32oz lemon or lime water when I wake up
32oz chia water
32 oz green juice
and then I usually have a plain 32 oz water, plus an herbal tea or something.
This is well over half my body weight in liquids. I wonder if I am missing something that is causing me to feel dehydrated? OH, I also feel bloated and like the liquid is just sitting ON top of my stomach when I first drink it. Any suggestions helpful! :)
Ever the gastronomically curious, I wanted to try using chia seeds. It took me awhile to find some but it did happen.
Inspired by a video by Mimi Kirk I made the following…Continue
I have been experimenting with some tonics. I have some powdered herbs that I have used for years and years (well, not the same batch..) But I have been wanting to look at some new ways to use them, and to use some of the newer things that I am learning about.
I also have been trying to find different ways to use kefir. I am…Continue
I've been learning a lot about my myself and my body during this initiative :)
Quite simply ~ I really like to keep it simple! It seems that's what my body likes best now, it has ever since I started eating a high raw diet last year. It's done me a world of good and I've never felt better. So for me ~ simple works...
I love my green smoothies ~ they're delicious ~ I never tire of them :)
I've been making some beautiful spring green salads with fruits and nuts &…Continue
Breakfast was quite good, but lunch and dinner were VERY good, and memorable.
Both of these recipes feature a fruit called a Buddha's hand. I invite readers who are unfamiliar with this fruit to research it on the Web. Wikipedia offers a pretty good article telling us all about it. I saw one in Whole Foods a couple of weeks ago, came home and researched it, and determined to buy and consume a Buddha's hand at the next opportunity - which unexpectedly came my way this past…Continue