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Hey guys,

i kind need a brainstorming session here, opinions, studies, whatever you may know about the digestive tract.

The reason why i'am asking this is because for about almost a year now my lower abdomen is constantly distend, bloated whatever.

I've turned 811 in the beginning of this year and before that i was a weird vegetarian (i say weird because i still ate some fish) and my diet was pretty bad (but still, some years ago my belly was flat), i ate little calories a day i think...it was basically lots bread, cheese, eggs, oatmeal, onion, garlic and some spices. So with a high fat diet i started to feel like i needed a detox so in the beginning of this year i did the master cleanse....the salt water flush is something quite intense i must say....other than that the result was a super flat belly, that's when i actually realized that i wasn't a bit chubby i just had a bloated belly!

Now, i didn't jump straight to 811 because i started researching about other diets and the one that i bumped into was the raw vegan diet....so one o the first things i ate was a vegetable broth with miso paste....and i also tried oatmeal and raw soaked quinoa! not a good result everything got flushed out almost immediately after eating it, except for the quinoa it took about a week to get all the stuff out( i keep wondering if it healed and then i messed it up again)...after that i started going into 811 although by that time i looked like a pregnant woman, and in the beginning i remember having some lower abdominal pain, if i pressed the area i would feel a mass and a sharp pain(still happens sometimes)  although it did got a bit better with fruit but still every time i eat or even drink! it bloats like crazy.

I have searched my symptoms on the internet and have found many posts of people complaining about the things, what i noticed is that these people all have different diets, different lifestyles, one of the things they had in common was that they all went to the doctor and nothing was found. 

I've noticed that the less i eat the better but i don't like that idea! so either way right now i'm experimenting with a liquid diet, just drinking orange juice for a few day and see what happens.


That's a seriously long post, my apologies for that.

Thank you for reading :)

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oh good to hear that. when you say clean you mean getting a colonic? I haven't tried probiotics yet are they easy to find? 

Thanks :)

Oh I've been reading your post we're basically on the same boat. This is my second day just drinking juice and yup the bloating comes to half.i think you are right though our digestive tracts do need to get stronger because i notice when i eat less fruit i'am less bloated this is hard for me to take in but it's the reality.

i also read about a condition called Gastroparesis that contrary to IBS eating a high fiber diet only makes it worse and so the treatment involves a liquid diet for a few days, i wonder if anyone here heard about it...

Although i'm strongly considering going for Steves advice

Here is 30BaD's policy on colonics and enemas:

 The *SHOCKING* Truth About Colonics and Enemas!

Go to Frequently Asked Questions and scroll down to B.

B.  Why newbies get bloating from fruit?

1. Dehydration. Lets ensure we are drinking enough water that our urine comes out clear. Everytime. Weigh yourself first thing and then after exercise and drink the deficit in water. ie: if you drop 3kg from exercise, drink 3 litres before you eat anything and if your dropping that much weight in a couple of hours, then you simply aint drinking enough and will lose motivation soon enough to keep being active. Go out and get some fat pants and or antidepressants, cos eventually youll need em if you keep dehydrating yourself.

2. Long term undereating. Anorexics are the main ones. The gastric system gets stronger with use. When we undereat, our digestion gets weak and bloating gets more full on and then that causes more undereating cos the person doesnt feel well and the problem gets worse. Only way out is to start forcing in the fruit calories gently. Gently FORCE the fruit in. See it in a zen sort of way. :)
3. Combo abombo's. We eat nut pate for dinner and then want something sweet afterwards cos we simply didnt eat enough fruit that day or the day before or even the week before. So we put fruit on top and wonder why we feel it and then we blame the fruit. Eat mono meals. Big ones and on a hydrated system. Drink your water before you meals. Leave at least 10 minutes and then chow down. Your body will love you for it.
4. You know your doing the right things when your eating so much food you go to bed pregnant and wake up and you can almost feel your spine your stomach feels so concave.
5. When we eat enough, our stomach should be pregnant, cos if its not big n round after a meal, you simply aint eating enough.The magic thing with high water content foods like bananas, mango, grapes, blended dates is that they are mostly water by volume so the budda belly goes down in a few hours ready for the next meal. If it were animal product or cooked food, it would not go down hence all the big bellies around town that NEVER go down in the morning.
This might freak an anorexic mindset, but do you want health or to subscribe to some fashion belief that you must starve yourself so your stomach is dead flat 24/7? May as well wear heels or a suit to bed incase the papparazzi break in and take a photo of us..
6. Patience. Do the above and expect the flatest stomach of your life. Those that dont experience it are simply doing something else on the side. And thats fine, this path aint for everyone.
By Durianrider.

oops, sorry, i didn't realize that forum rules prohibited that, i had seen the information on bloating but that wasn't helping....i dunno maybe if waited longer but still it was truly uncomfortable. Thanks for the info on colonics, it cleared some of my questions!

:)

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