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Hey,

What are all the natural no starch foods/supplements and other anti inflammitory things that can help with AS?

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Hey there Seb! laugh

I have just chugged my daily delicious ( wink3 ) dose of liquid fish oil! mmm,..a whole 15 mls...yum...not

How about Mobicosa??? aka the good ole NZ green lip mussel?


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hey Seb

may i add to fish oil & green lip mussel;
krill oil
olive oil
coconut oil
tea tree oil
oil of oregano
bromelain
turmeric (bit starchy but)
probiotics (yakult or inner health plus)
yogurt
kefir
fresh or dried oregano
garlic (bit starchy but benefits worth eating)
sauerkraut
all types of berries
green leafy vegetables
seafood / seaweed
mushrooms
green tea
bone broth

*some items may be debatable.






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Seb - there's that big list for the foods - 'Starch Content In Foods': here, on KA. Right hand side, scroll down for the KA menue.


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Thanks Inky, never heard of Mobicosa. What is it? You mean the seafood mussels?

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Thanks for the list Jet! Will all these things help even if I'm off the no starch diet? I suppose they will?

Thanks Molly, forgot about that list will check it out at some point

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as i understand it, the oils help heal the gut. the probiotics help recolonize gut with good bacteria. oregano and garlic is like a germ killer. turmeric acts as an antioxidant, neutralizing free radical damage, and the herb also acts as an anti-inflammatory. bromelain assists with digestion and helps heal soft tissue. berries are very high in antioxidants.Dark green leafy vegetables are good sources of many vitamins and minerals your body needs to stay healthy. seaweed and bone broth have minerals that are good for your bones.
green lipped mussel extract contained a high amount of lipids and the essential fatty acid, omega-3 without mercury.

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Check out the probiotics you take though and, check out the ingredients of that Yakult - you 'may' find that it contains excipients (fillers) like starches and also artificial sweeteners (Aspartame) - those sweeteners are not good for AS...


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Since ground spices often are starchy, I use spice extracts from a company online called Supreme Spice. I have been adding: ginger and turmeric to my tea throughout the day, as I've heard that they are anti-inflammatory. I also take fish oil. No sugar for me these days, along with no starch, but I know you are not currently doing NSD and no worries, you do what works for you when it works, right? What else? I'd love to eat a fresh pineapple daily, but I never seem to, I'll have to put that on my shopping list! Well, perhaps neither here nor there but I've been trying to stress out LESS, lol!


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yep, that's right Seb!

Be patriotic and support (the drying out and grinding up and subsequent consumption of...) your native NZ fauna:

http://www.mobicosa.com/


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