Re: [IP] Frustrated, need to vent!
I loved your suggestion. I had to stop eating vegetables because I had
terrible digestion for months. By a total fluke, I fixed the problem
accidentally. I enjoyed a huge bowl of spinach yesterday, and some roasted
red peppers this morning. It IS odd, not be be able to eat veggies but it
Recommending vegetables is nonetheless sane, rational, cost-effective,
enjoyable, proven health advice that I am glad I can follow again! My
cholesterol went up so high while my digestion was out of whack! Your offer
of advice and this unnecessary apology are too gracious for words.
On Saturday, January 25, 2014, Michael Wilson <email @ redacted>
> I'm sorry if I offended you with my suggestion to eat veggies. I was
> trying to
> Good Luck
> On Saturday, January 25, 2014 10:26 AM, SomeoneSomewhere
> OK, I am only going to say this once more. I CAN NOT eat whole grain
> foods, beans, nuts, seeds, skins, any food product that has strings
> (think veins in leafy veggies), fruits and veggies including salads,
> plus a whole list of other things included in the links below. I also
> can't have anything with lactose, no seafood, tomatoes and melons.
> People please read the link I put in my post about what I can and can
> not have on my diet. Oh I also can have very limited fats. These things
> will get stuck in my stomach and I vomit profusely and/or have to have
> it surgically removed. (Besides the allergy stuff).
> 3 stage gastroparesis diet
> Before another person suggests what to eat, study those and notice all
> my allowed foods are high in carbohydrates and low in everything else,
> esp when you cut out milk. Just so you know my stomach handles stage 2
> foods on good days. The only veggies listed are also ones that happen to
> be high in carbohydrates.
> If I specialized dietician can't figure this out for me and keep my
> blood sugar in check, I am certain some yahoo at Weight Watchers will
> have absolutely no clue.
> I do not sit in front of the TV all day, in fact I don't even own one.
> My exercise consists of getting up to pee, holding onto the walls, try
> to keep from falling when I sit and then stand up and going back to bed
> because I can't breathe and my heart is beating too fast and my blood
> pressure is too high.
> I am sorry I even posted this.
> On 1/25/2014 7:24 AM, Michael Wilson wrote:
> > Hi Louree..WOW! You certainly have a lot going on and for that I'm so
> > have similar stomach issues as you but not as severe. I am on a pump
> > has helped me have better control. However I think the things that has
> > me most of all are the following. I have cut out all meat and dairy,
> > flour and gone on a whole foods plant based diet. Eating this way I have
> > weight and most of the time I don't have to give myself a bolus when I
> > because of the veggies I eat and I eat a lot raw, cooked and steamed
> > every day and a BIG salad with every meal. If you have computer access
> > are hundreds of recipes to use. I use the Dr. Fuhrman website but the
> > many diets like that all over the net............. Furhman, Mcdougal to
> > just a few of many. My Endo says it has made a huge difference in my
> > health.
> > I wish you all the luck in the world with your health
> > Michael
> > On Saturday, January 25, 2014 4:38 AM, SomeoneSomewhere <email @ redacted
> > wrote:
> > I don't post here much and I don't know who else to vent to so I hope
> > you all don't mind. Please keep in mind, I am not looking for judgement
> > for the choices I am making right now. If you have such, please keep
> > them to yourself.
> > My diabetes (last a1c 9.9), neuropathy (lots of untreated pain),
> > gastroparesis (lots of untreated vomiting because I am limited to very
> > few foods
> > <http://www.emilysstomach.com/2013/01/gastroparesis-diet-from-mayo.html>
> > not to mention the food allergies I have), neurogenic bladder (peeing
> > myself all the time or cant pee at all) and my blood pressure etc are
> > all out of control. I have been to dr after dr trying to get help and as
> > one dr put it frankly, if I am not going to help myself (by losing
> > weight and getting my a1c down etc) there is nothing she can or will do
> > for me. This dr told me that she expects me to vigorously exercise for
> > the next 8 weeks until I see her again. I told her I need to take baby
> > steps and she huffed and said well when you are ready you just let me
> > know. I can't sit up without my blood pressure raising by 40-50 points
> > and it makes m
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