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Please Help me to fix dysbiosis ?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created November 09, 2012 at 11:51 AM

Hi everyone , im 19 yesr old and im paleo since 5 months to fix my ibs.

I'm very better since i ve eliminated grains , legumes and milk/dairies.

But not good at all yet. I've never ate a lot of veggies / fruit , the only veggies that i eat is carrot. But i cannot eat others! For example yesterday i tried to start of eat some boiled chicory and after a fee i had mucus and some pain at the left iliac of my gut. With every veggies that i try to eat the answer is always the same... Air in the gut! I mean thats beacause of dysbiosis. What can I do tomfix it? I actually eat meat fish carrots and zucchini.

I take some magnesium everyday , D3 Vitamin and Omega 3 RX OIL (barry Sears)

I eat also some dark chocolate everyday.. Should i cut if off too?

Please help me!

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on November 13, 2012
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Kefir takes 2-3 weeks to get used to it, and you will have to start with low quantities. After an initial absence from all dairy (that I also advocate), IMHO the home-made goat kefir should become a standard. Kefir includes enzymes to break it down btw, but there's an adjustment period. As for honey, yeah, unless you're trying to lose weight or trying to fix SIBO, 1-2 teaspoons per week are beneficial, as long as it's raw and local.

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Eugenia, it is a great list - the problem is some people would benefit from staying very very low carb for a while (at least 6 months). So raw honey would not go with that. I have tried home-made goat kefir and ... I am not doing well with it. It is too potent for me for now. So some things on your list are okay after the gut is healed for some people.

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on November 09, 2012
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While I'd still suggest you stay away from the rest of dairy, I'm a big proponent of home-made goat kefir, which is 10x more potent than yogurt. Long fermentation (24 hours) will eliminate most lactose in it, and the goat part will make it less allergenic (different casein than cow dairy). But it has to be home-made, commercial kefir is stripped down of beneficial organisms.

Then, there's of course fermented foods. I have a list here of such foods to consume: http://eugenia.queru.com/2012/03/05/top-10-must-eat-paleo-foods/

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on November 10, 2012
at 07:06 AM

Eugenia, it is a great list - the problem is some people would benefit from staying very very low carb for a while (at least 6 months). So raw honey would not go with that. I have tried home-made goat kefir and ... I am not doing well with it. It is too potent for me for now. So some things on your list are okay after the gut is healed for some people.

3eca93d2e56dfcd768197dc5a50944f2

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on November 13, 2012
at 02:01 AM

Kefir takes 2-3 weeks to get used to it, and you will have to start with low quantities. After an initial absence from all dairy (that I also advocate), IMHO the home-made goat kefir should become a standard. Kefir includes enzymes to break it down btw, but there's an adjustment period. As for honey, yeah, unless you're trying to lose weight or trying to fix SIBO, 1-2 teaspoons per week are beneficial, as long as it's raw and local.

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on November 09, 2012
at 02:47 PM

I believe fermented foods, bone broth and liver should be your best friends for now. Eat them every day.

Try not to overdo fresh vegetables for now. Go with fermented and some cooked.

Find a good probiotic from your refrigerated section. Remember, it should be kept refrigerated, otherwise it might lose its potency.

GAPS is a great for fixing your gut, but remember - no sugar, no refined carbs and no vegetable oils.

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on November 09, 2012
at 01:44 PM

Or here http://gapsdiet.com/. Final resort...if you cant figure it out for yourself would be to find a holistic health care provider practicing what is called "functional medicine".

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on November 09, 2012
at 12:22 PM

Here is a good resource

http://syontix.com/

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