Doctors' response to my being 811 in file below.
I have symptoms that directly point to Leaky Gut.
Weight gain (gained 15, down 5)
Brain fog/lack of mental clarity
Swollen lymph nodes!
Red bumps/acne on chest
All of this happens at varying times and degrees after I eat food not optimal for me. I can't eat any cooked starches or grains. I am limited to fruits and veggies only.
I can eat: bananas, datorade, persimmons, figs, berries, oranges (citrus), celery, cucumber, tender lettuce, peaches, nectarines
Moderate amounts of: melon, mango, less grapes, apples, avocado
No: Papya, pineapple, tomato, Jack fruit, cruciferous veggies, other veggies. Can't eat a lot of veg.
I have a VERY restricted diet, even for a raw vegan. And it drives me NUTS. Even this list is tentative as I become more in-tune. I'm not a hypochondriac, I will drink water out of a hose, my symptoms just make it impossible for me to ignore when something is wrong. Thus, I don't have a lot of variety to choose from.
I am trying to heal my condition by eating a low inflamation diet. But I have been eliminating foods, starting with cooked eight months ago, for two years and it feels like I am going nowhere. I thought grapes and mangos were okay, and have recently realized that I cant mono them like I want to. Cross another thing I thought was a staple off my list.
So my question is two fold:
1) have any of you experienced this if so how are you healing, what steps did you take to heal?
2) I am considering finding a leaky gut familiar naturopath to give me additional ideas to make this heal. A lot of people on curezone believe this is parasite driven, that Manuka honey, bone broth, aloe Vera, slippery elm bark, L glutamate, and so on are aids to health. I'm going to keep it vegan, no bone broth. I am open to supplements though, even though I am a supplement minimalist. And I feel a naturopath can aid with this.
But most naturopaths aren't vegan or even think low fat diets aren't optimal, though they could potentially help me with my condition further.
Does it make sense to go with a naturopath that doesn't align with me nutritionally, or even go to one at all? And if not, what do you think I should do?
Thanks for making it all the way down here :)
Better restful deeper sleep
More positive mindset
I had some of those conditions bad...now I don't. Yolo
I found this video clip by Dr. Klaper because of your tip:
I am now taking quercetin and L glutamine for the next six weeks.
Cut out gluten
Watch Glycemic load of foods
also could it be crohns?