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« Reply #340 on: January 29, 2009, 12:04:28 PM »

I cured myself of IBS.  I suffered horribly from it in my 40's.  Had it off and on in my 30's...

First, I had to learn to slow down inside myself.  For me, it was meditation.  I then stated a protocol using products from 'Awareness'...I took the 'Experience, Clear, and Harmony' products.  It took about 6 months to balance things out.  Diet was also a biggie.  

Of course as time went on I added an excellent multivitamin that I take 3 times a day, and magnesium at bedtime.

No refined anything.  

I at this moment am on a  detox, as I was eating too much crappy food.  It is a 9 day program. and it supposed to really help get the body back into balance.

JP my heart goes out to you.  I can remember going out to my car on breaks at work loosening my pants and laying down in the back seat with such belly pain.  Ugh..

If you are interested in the detox, lemme know and I will PM you with the details.
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« Reply #341 on: January 29, 2009, 12:06:05 PM »

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Have you cut out the dairy???
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« Reply #342 on: January 29, 2009, 12:08:01 PM »

JP, yep, actually gonna get an eggplant for tonight and gonna try it.  IBS, I have heard of that, it is a nasty, take care of that end,   Lips Sealed  Have a wonderful, safe and awesome day, great health.  Cindi


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« Reply #343 on: January 29, 2009, 12:09:17 PM »

J.P.

Have you cut out the dairy???

Sharon, dairy is not a trigger for me, its oily or real buttery foods, especially in excess.


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« Reply #344 on: January 29, 2009, 12:18:16 PM »

jp, many in my family suffer from IBS.  i have been lucky!

one of the things my mother and brother have found is that they do better when they are taking probiotics.  you can get them in pill or drink form.  the diarrhea part of IBS can wash all of the beneficial bacteria from your gut.  then you have more problems and it becomes a cycle that can't be broken.

i don't remember all the things that trigger them, but i know that nuts, some dairy, chocolate (sometimes) are things that get to my mother. 

anyway, there is no harm in the probiotics and they might be worth a try.  make sure you buy a good brand and not the cheep stuff.  i'd say eat yogurt, but if dairy is bothering you, that might not work... smiley
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« Reply #345 on: January 29, 2009, 12:21:02 PM »

Kathy, dairy is def not one of my triggers. I have been eating more yogurt, you are right about the yogurt, the dr said that is something that is high on the list of dos.


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« Reply #346 on: January 29, 2009, 10:37:36 PM »

Acidopholus is a very good probiotic.  I have Deverticulitis, which is to the small intestine what IBS is to the bowel.  The treatments and approach to dietary considerations are pretty much the same.  Lots of Fiber.  The fact that I know I'm lactose intolerent and allergic to apple products too plus some yet unidentified food sensitivities makes the roughage part a little more problem for me. I guess i could go to nibbling Alfalfa wafers while feeding the goats, sheep, and rabbits.
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« Reply #347 on: January 30, 2009, 09:43:20 AM »

THOUGHT YOU'D LIKE TO KNOW JP - that "THIS POST IS THE THIRD MOST VIEWED POST" IN THE FORUM EVER!!!! CONGRATS Smiley

I have an umbilical hernia, seeing a surgeon the 9th. Should be small "under" PLEASE NOT THROUGH the belly button stuff pushed back in and a small net is sowed to your blow out stomach muscles that allowed through.

I'll keep you all a breast on that one.
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« Reply #348 on: January 30, 2009, 10:18:27 AM »

John, I wish you the best on your surgery and a speedy recovery. You sure have been going through a lot lately John, hang in there man! Hey everyone group hug for John!  rainbow sunflower How queer was that? Oh well, we need a group hug smiley, Jerry, Robo, Brian?

I appreciate all the very helpful information and support you guys. If I haven't responded to each one of you who have taken the time to write in detail your suggestions and advice, don't think I didn't read every word, I did, and want to thank you for your time and support!

This IBS thing has been a wake up call for me, hey, I needed to "eat healthier" anyway!

I'm doing much, much better than say a week ago, when things had escalated to a most miserable point with this thing.

Safe to say, I am now eating healthier, as I now have no choice in the matter. This is something that is not life threatening by any stretch of the imagination and has been a wake up call, things could have been much worse.

Besides the IBS, my blood sugar was a little high 2 weeks or so ago (114 fasting) and this is pre-diabetic is what the dr said so my hand was forced here as well.

I went to Whole Foods yesterday evening and purchased a probiotic pill form. Never would have imagined the selection of this stuff! Different strains, liquids, pills, 5 billion cfu vs 50 million cfu, had to ask for assistance.

Wound up getting a 14 probiotic strain with 35 billion cfu in pill form, a 30 day supply.

Here's to good health! cheer


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« Reply #349 on: January 30, 2009, 11:29:29 AM »

I'm with you JP on all of this. Even though I am a vegetarian and basically eat very well, I can overdo it on oils, salt and sugar very easily. Boy it just gets to the point where eating becomes a bit of a hastle with having to watch everything.

OK I will think positive thoughts for you and for me as well. If I don't watch it,  boy oh boy I start to feel it also.  Guess I wasn't meant to be overwt and either are you.

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« Reply #350 on: January 30, 2009, 11:35:18 AM »

Don't want to be off topic, but a thought here is a must.  Brian speaks about acidophilus.  An extremely part of the good bacteria in the gut.  Remember, remember, remember.....when antibiotics are being taken, to take a good and full bunch of probiotics, like acidophilus.  Antibiotics KILL all the bacteria in the body, whether good or bad, and we cannot live a complete life without the good bacteria, and that acidophilus-related bunch is key.  Have a great, most wonderful day, attract great health.  Cindi

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« Reply #351 on: January 30, 2009, 11:53:27 AM »

Don't want to be off topic, but a thought here is a must.  Brian speaks about acidophilus.  An extremely part of the good bacteria in the gut.  Remember, remember, remember.....when antibiotics are being taken, to take a good and full bunch of probiotics, like acidophilus.  Antibiotics KILL all the bacteria in the body, whether good or bad, and we cannot live a complete life without the good bacteria, and that acidophilus-related bunch is key.  Have a great, most wonderful day, attract great health.  Cindi

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Cindi, that's exactly what the lady at Whole Foods said. I have never had a medical dr mention this, but you and the lady have, so def something to explore, especially if someone is taking antibiotics.

Wait a minute, lets look at this a minute. Antibiotic, anti (against or without), biotic, bio (life, living) makes sense then, to take a probiotic pro (for) bio (life, living) when taking or perhaps right after taking antibiotics.


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« Reply #352 on: January 30, 2009, 12:01:20 PM »

JP, the age of enlightening!!!  Acidophilus lives in my fridge.  It is a living organism and should be refrigerated, BTW.  It is a big part of my life, and I take them once a week, it keeps the flora going strong, helping to aid the digestion, as the flora is meant to do, amongst other things.  If one takes antibiotics and both bacterias are killed, and the flora is not replenished properly, weird things can (not always do) but can happen to the rear end, smiling.  Like......getting a yeast infection in your butt.  Ever had one of those? Men and women both can get them and they are not nice  rolleyes Lips Sealed  Have a great, most wonderful day, attract that great health.  Cindi
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« Reply #353 on: January 30, 2009, 12:12:55 PM »

Cindi, I have never had a yeast infection before. I know they are common in women, bummer for you chickadees!

My probiotics are in my fridge right next to the night crawler container. Night crawlers are for my frogs.

I have one like this [IMG]

Mine is a female though and they don't get as big. What's weird is in other frog species it is the female that gets biggest.


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« Reply #354 on: January 30, 2009, 12:49:14 PM »

JP, awe, come on.  You gotta be kidding me, how could a frog be that big, you have photoshopped it or something, I don't believe you.  If you are telling the truth, start a new thread and show me more!!!!  And I want you to show me some pictures of the night crawlers too..... but we need to get out of this thread, we are off topic.  I need to know and see these things JP, you know I love this stuff and I gotta know and see, bring it on, pal!!!  Gotta go, C.U. tomorrow.  Have a wonderful and most awesome day, attract that wonderful health.  Cindi
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« Reply #355 on: January 30, 2009, 04:03:35 PM »

OMG what a huge frog, I have seen such frogs in a pet shop.  I think they even eat baby mice???

Is it really your pet JP?


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« Reply #356 on: January 30, 2009, 04:23:05 PM »

OMG what a huge frog, I have seen such frogs in a pet shop.  I think they even eat baby mice???

Is it really your pet JP?





Sharon, check this post out http://forum.beemaster.com/index.php/topic,19541.0.html


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« Reply #357 on: January 30, 2009, 07:01:45 PM »

 I have, Cindi!!!  :shock:Talk about ITCHY!!! Sad and than it spreads, huh!
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« Reply #358 on: January 30, 2009, 07:06:24 PM »

THOUGHT YOU'D LIKE TO KNOW JP - that "THIS POST IS THE THIRD MOST VIEWED POST" IN THE FORUM EVER!!!! CONGRATS Smiley

I have an umbilical hernia, seeing a surgeon the 9th. Should be small "under" PLEASE NOT THROUGH the belly button stuff pushed back in and a small net is sowed to your blow out stomach muscles that allowed through.

I'll keep you all a breast on that one.


I thought you said you had an umbrella hernia ( I thought you were playing with me again)

Good luck with the surgery. Maybe they should push it back in with an umbrella??? rainbow sunflower
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« Reply #359 on: January 30, 2009, 07:09:03 PM »

HEY JOHN!!!
 Look at mine!!!!I go in on the 12th to get arrangements on my surgery!
I think you and me are sinkin' fast!!
Ive had mine for awhile, but lately, if I work hard (rarely) it really hurts!!!
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