Stacy Witscher wrote:Okay, sorry, I misunderstood about the raw foods. Maybe whole foods is a better word.
James Freyr wrote:Hey ranson, do you have access to raw milk? I make kefir from raw milk, and may I suggest it for you. Once made, it contains trillions of good bacteria. It really does do wonders for correcting grumpy guts and establishing a new foundation for happy gutness :) Raw milk really does make the best kefir. If you can't get raw milk, may I also recommend water kefir. Basically you dissolve organic cane sugar in water, add a little molasses for minerals to feed the kefir grains, and about 4 days later you have water kefir. It needs a different kind of "grain" than the milk kefir. Both are available online. If you have any questions regarding kefir, please feel free to ask. Good luck!!
Kyle Neath wrote:Lots of green onions (low fructose)..........The hardest thing for me was eliminating onions and garlic — it turns out a huge base of my cooking relies on that savory/sweet combo that onions provide. But you get over it.
I can't tell if you're eating " lots of green onions" or have eliminated them. Did I miss something?
Angelika Maier wrote:My partner has gut problems and is as thin as a stick. Many here say that raw is good, while Chinese medicine often discourages raw, because it is difficult to digest what views are there?
A well-fed large intestine may weigh 6-10 pounds when full. A dehydrated, low-carb, fiber-poor large intestine may only weigh half that.
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