banners
Kickas Main Page | Rights and Responsibilities | Donate to Kickas
Kickas Links
·HOME
·Forums Main Index
·Register!
MEDICAL CENTRE
·Medicine Contract
·AS Patient Guidebook
·Pain Map
·Disease Modification
·Ask your doctor
·AS and RA Papers
·AS Acronyms
DIET CENTRE
·London AS Diet
·Molecular Mimicry
·AS Dietary Primer
·AS Food Guide
SUPPORT CENTRE
·In Memorium
·KickAS Stories
·KickAS Banners
·Donations
Forum Stats
13,125 Registered Members
28 Forums
43,560 Topics
517,348 Posts

Most users ever online: 1,568 @ 06/29/16 03:25 PM
Newest Members
Cymro, Esmeralda, Fmoulder, Madisonaz, BarbaraCF
13125 Registered Users
KickAs Team
Administrator/owner:
John (Dragonslayer)
Administrator:
Melinda (mig)
WebAdmin:
Timo (Timo)
Administrator:
Brad (wolverinefan)

Moderators:
- Tim (Dotyisle)
- Chelsea (Kiwi)
- Megan (Megan)
- Wendy (WendyR)
- John (Cheerful)
- Chris (fyrfytr187)

QR Code
If you want to use this QR code (Quick Response code) just save the image and paste it where you want. You can even print it and use it that way. Coffee cups, T-Shirts etc would all be good for the QR code.
Page 2 of 2 < 1 2
Topic Options
#518956 - 08/07/18 05:28 AM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: Kellybells]
Frederick
Unregistered


Originally Posted By Kellybells
Just go away Frederick. You're not welcome and you've been told repeatedly to remove yourself from this forum. Returning to question whether others belong here is completely beyond the pale.



Until I am barred from this Forum I will continue to contribute freedom of speech and all that.

The question of if all those who post on here do actually suffer from A.S. was first brought up be someone else some short time ago. So I was just responding to that.

Top
#518960 - 08/08/18 12:23 PM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: ]
MLR Offline
New_Member

Registered: 07/07/18
Posts: 18
Loc: Eastern Washington, USA
This particular thread had nothing to do with that. If you have nothing better to do than to be the nay sayer on threads where people want to discuss their success with healing the gut through diet, maybe you should find a better hobby?

Top
#518961 - 08/09/18 07:07 PM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: MLR]
mulehound Online   content
Commanding_AS_Kicker

Registered: 04/27/09
Posts: 680
Loc: USA state of Utah
I had to prove that it was working for me took a year or so. My doctors came around. Don't get discouraged. As for Frederick I believe in both sides of an issue. Left to right, Black or White. One of my most respected friends and I have nothing in common and I mean nothing. We have some spirited discussions.

I developed a friendship with him dealing with crisis and emergency situations. He drives me crazy but he is a good person.

Stick with it you will succeed in the end.
ETTE
Darrel

Top
#518962 - 08/10/18 05:28 AM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: mulehound]
Frederick
Unregistered


Originally Posted By mulehound


As for Frederick I believe in both sides of an issue.

Darrel


Yes very true we should not be too dogmatic about anything. All I do is point out that there is another way of doing things. As I have said before if it works for you then go for it but I will stick with conventional medicine

Top
#518968 - 08/11/18 10:42 AM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: Kellybells]
MollyC1i Offline
Very_Addicted_to_AS_Kickin

Registered: 01/21/04
Posts: 9794
Loc: Brittany, France (since Nov 08...
MLR - I Completely endorse what Kellybells says, the diet *works. Just check out the diet forum PLUS ALL the success stories (upper case is for doubting-Thomas-Frederick).
I hauled in my own inflammatory problems by following the diet. I did the LSD / low starch protocol. Worked. Do fall by the wayside every now and again, Ho-Hum, up pops the inflammation (usually the spine, of course) then back to the discipline, when all is well again.

As for the rheumy declaring that unless being poisoned with toxic your son would go blind...needs a thorough trouncing. Following 'directives' and no doubt with the help of having his back-pocket stuffed to boot !

Best to your son MLR, he has guts, and is very much on the winning side.

Take care -
MollyC1i - Keeping on, Keeping on, innit smile
_________________________
MollyC1i - Riding OutAS

Top
#518981 - 08/16/18 08:40 PM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: MLR]
mulehound Online   content
Commanding_AS_Kicker

Registered: 04/27/09
Posts: 680
Loc: USA state of Utah
Molly I have to say your post is invigorating to say the least. Love your fighting spirit.
ETRE
Darrel

Top
#518982 - 08/17/18 03:40 AM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: mulehound]
MollyC1i Offline
Very_Addicted_to_AS_Kickin

Registered: 01/21/04
Posts: 9794
Loc: Brittany, France (since Nov 08...
Darrel, thank you. Mother said I was born fighting, an seems like I never stopped... devil2 Hope you are still riding you mule. Take care -
Molly - a Keeping on roll
_________________________
MollyC1i - Riding OutAS

Top
#519023 - 08/31/18 08:18 PM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: MLR]
MLR Offline
New_Member

Registered: 07/07/18
Posts: 18
Loc: Eastern Washington, USA
Update on my son: He's the best he's been since we started this journey!!! He's been very strict about the NSD but there was something missing. Both my daughter in law and I have read at least a half dozen books and we finally read the book "The Keystone Approach". What and eye opener. It's a compilation of the recent breakthroughs in autoimmune diseases but mostly talks about RA, AS and Crohn's.
Regy finally got in to see the Functional Medicine doctor and she basically recommended the Mediterranean diet that is in the book. It's very similar to the NSD with olive and avocado oils, multicolored vegetables (6 servings) and dark colored fruits (2 servings). And she suggested he rotate between three different probiotics. The past week his improvement has been dramatic. He has no pain for the first time in 3 months. Fortunately Regy is very disciplined with the diet and doesn't mind the limitations. I have been trying to make recipes and encouraged him to try adding different foods just so he doesn't get bored with meals but he said he's fine with eating this way. He still can't tolerate eggs and hasn't tried milk products yet but who knows. I'm hopeful for him and his future!

Top
#519052 - 09/21/18 06:58 PM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: MLR]
Ann1965 Offline
New_Member

Registered: 06/17/18
Posts: 13
I have Psoriatic Arthritis, I did 2 injections of Humira in May and had bad reactions. I stopped them and am now on a no starch diet other than sweet potato once in a while. I just read John Pagano's book and am drinking Slippery Elm tea and Saffaron tea. My rheumatologist is saying I must do Enbrel or Methotrexate and I don't want to do either. My knee, and back hurt and I am getting psoriasis. I use ACV, apple cider vinegar on my head. I am totally confused by this whole ordeal as some people and books say you can do this naturally and then the doctors and other people say you MUST take drugs or biologics. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Top
#519053 - 09/22/18 05:41 AM Re: Rheumy recommends drugs but we don't want them! [Re: Ann1965]
Frederick
Unregistered


Originally Posted By Ann1965


My rheumatologist is saying I must do Enbrel or Methotrexate and I don't want to do either.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Personally I don't believe in so called "alternative medicine" so feel free to disregard anything I say. Many on this Forum do however believe in such things but they still attend rheumatology clinics. I don't see what is the point in attending a rheumatology clinic unless you are willing to listen to what the doctor has to say. I always go with the science and leave the "mumbo jumbo" to those who feel any benefit from such things.

Top
Page 2 of 2 < 1 2

Moderator:  Dotyisle, Kiwi, Moderator 
Who's Online
1 registered (mulehound), 105 Guests and 0 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Recent Posts
Moon: Lunar cycle and symptom changes
by Robin_H
11/12/18 01:25 PM
Essential Oils as topical anti-microbials
by Robin_H
11/06/18 11:05 AM
Grand Junction
by mulehound
11/04/18 04:40 PM
Website To Check Foods & Recipes For Starch
by MattR
11/04/18 11:28 AM
BOOK -- Recipes for Repair
by Robin_H
10/26/18 11:59 PM
Help are these pains related?
by lulu12
10/26/18 06:52 PM
New Diagnosis of my 12 year old daughter
by BarbaraCF
10/25/18 08:22 AM
(Views)Popular Topics
"FITNESS" TEAM! - All Physical Activity & Sports 40,571,257
hmmm 2,142,232
Has anyone had Pedicle subtraction Osteotomy ? 1,779,314
What to do about healthcare? Can it be fixed? 1,199,636
User names revisited 974,186
Medicinal Marijuana 899,148
A.S and beds, What do you find best? 895,221
OMG!!!! 839,598
No/Low Starch Diet Success Stories 641,997
THE STARCH CONTENT OF FOODS - THE LIST 463,547