I'm 170cm for 50 kg,which is too low for a 19 years old boy. I ve been suffereing from ibs and going paleo my ibs went much better not to fixed at all. I read about totally sugar free diet can help to fix gut and so to fix malabsorption, the problem is that i've never avoided sugars completely because since i'm pale i always eat everyday some 50% dark chocolate which doesn not contains lactose, but it doesn contains sugars. Should I try to follow a very strong paleodiet eliminatig ALL artificial sugars? maybe this help me to fix my gut? what do you think?
Thanks a lot ;)
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on March 03, 2013
at 11:42 PM
Matteo, here is a good website for you to start with:
on March 04, 2013
at 07:05 AM
the beef broth has to be simmered 12 to 24 hours using beef joint bones. Watch the video. It will tell you how the broth releases a long chain that stimulates the quick healing cells in your intestine. I was paleo for a year when I found this. I drink this broth and makes different soups out of it every single day. I drink a liter of water in the morning, a mug of this broth and my coffee with heavy cream. Lunch or dinner includes a soup with veggies in the broth with rice or rice noodle. I am positive this is what cured me.
on March 04, 2013
at 03:36 AM
I'm a 20 year old, 177cm and 54kg boy. I feel your pain as I have been paleo for nearly 2 years and my ibs symptoms have not fully dissapeared either. What sort of bowel issues do you have? I suffer with constipation/slow motility/decreased sensitivity. I did very low carb for a while and also meat + ample veggies for a year(still really low carb, absolutely no sugar). It did nothing for my gut motility and very little for my microbial imbalances. I suggest you read about fiber.
- Look at gutsense.org and Fiber Menace
- Read up on Ray Peat and consider your thyroid in relation to your symptoms. I'm still not sure about all his opinions but they are worth considering in addition to your paleo approach.