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Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone tried that Paddison Program? Diet by jackson @ Today at 07:28 AM

Weird you posted this. I was just listening to his AS podcasts lately on my daily dog walks. He's a likeable guy. I'm pretty sure his program isn't centered on raw vegan, but rather the whole foods plant based paradigm. The doctors he draws his meth
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Jump to new posts Re: Young adults with AS by mulehound @ 02/18/19 10:13 PM

I remember dealing with it. Had no idea what it was. Constant heartburn acid reflux chest pain. Heel pain. Fighting through growing pain s. Checked for everything constant sinus infections. No one could understand. I just fought through it until 2009
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Jump to new posts Re: two month NSD update: limited results by Kellybells @ 02/17/19 11:35 AM

In spite of my super long post, I missed your question about honey! I have no issues with it and eat it is my sweetener of choice: in my coffee, in desserts, to sweeten cranberry sauce, etc. I even have the occasional spoonful, though I wouldn't say
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Jump to new posts Re: Sprouted Wheat/grains by Kellybells @ 02/16/19 08:51 PM

The actual green sprouts, separate from the grain seed, are likely to be starch free or low in starch. That's probably why people can tolerate wheatgrass juice so well. I've also done ok with sunflower sprouts. But I doubt sprouted grains are starch
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Jump to new posts Re: 4 months into NSD and FRUSTRATED! by Kellybells @ 02/16/19 05:54 PM

That's so great! I'm so glad to hear it!! Keep it up. Joints need time to heal, so staying super strict and sticking with the bone broth should help (I took a TB of gelatin 2x day for the first few months to do help my joints recover) When I cheat
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Jump to new posts Re: Sad news by MollyC1i @ 02/16/19 12:42 PM

So sorry Linc to read your sad news. My condolences to you, your family and friends. Memories of a wonderful relationship and past happy times will carry you through. Prayers from across the waters - Molly C
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Jump to new posts Re: Ankle, leg swelling, extreme fatigue by Cymro @ 02/15/19 04:39 AM

We must never assume that all our problems are due to A.S. Even our doctors are sometimes apt to do so. For them it is all too easy to just blame our A.S. for every new ache and pain. Fatigue is often associated with A.S. There can be several reasons
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Jump to new posts Re: No/Low Starch Diet Success Stories by gilliganjo @ 02/13/19 05:51 PM

I have commented on here before, but thought I’d chime in again with my experience as of late. I went strict Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) combined with no sugar and low starch for a couple months. I emphasized foods that are supposed to help heal (leafy
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Jump to new posts Genius Foods book by gilliganjo @ 02/13/19 12:47 PM

Has anyone read Genius Foods and implemented it? I have been making dietary changes for over a year now (AIP and Keto-like) and have felt significantly better. This book has a lot of information that I have found helpful and similar to the dietary ch
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