Hi everyone, I'm really sorry to ask this here but there's nowhere better to go.n I have been paleo for about 6 weeks now and I'll be straight up with it I have pooed my pants about 6 times. It feels like I have wind but it's not when... (more)
i've had this problem from my ulcerative colitis. not being able to control your bowels can be a sign of inflammation. have you seen a gastroenterologist for your problems? this isn't normal and could be a sign of something worse.
Hi folks, I switched to the Paleo diet about 4 weeks ago. Initially I started changing my dietary habits because of skin problems which then got better. But since I??ve always been a little underweight it first was and still is a bit challenging... (more)
Sorry for the gross topic. I realise these things can't be diagnosed online but I wanted to hear some paleohacksers opinions. I have been experiencing digestive issues for the last 2-3 days. I had just tried my first homemade sauerkraut for the... (more)
I have been eating Paleo for 5 months. Not superstrict social reasons mostly. I don't have any allergies or sensitivities to foods, but Paleo diet appealed to me. I felt fine skipping all the grains and sugar and sweets I have never liked anyway.... (more)
I have been doing paleo + intermittent fasting for about 3 weeks now, everything's been fine and dandy until two days before my period - I went for a cheat meal (did not touch much carbs though, had mostly meats and veges and dessert) and got... (more)
This doesn't sound diet related to me. Sounds more like a food borne pathogen or a stomach flu. Obviously drop the fasting for now, keep your fluids up, get some bone broth down if you can. Try to stay away from high dietary fibre foods. Kefir... (more)
My wife and I both follow a primal lifestyle and way of eating (for about a year) although my wife isn't quite as strict as I am but most days she goes to the toilet for a number 2 it is still runny like diarrhoea. Any ideas? We do still eat a bit... (more)