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9Th June 2012 : Start Date For Low Starch, Low Fibre, Low Residue Diet Experiment

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Last Thursday [7th June 2012] i started a low residue diet experiment. Based on idea i have imbalance of bacteria in gut - SIBO, dysbiosis, etc. The idea being that i have the wrong type/numbers of bacteria and i am feeding them. I am am not sure what is feeding but as i have problems with starch bloating wise [upper intestinal] and farting with fibre [lower intestinal] i will be trying to limit the amount of residue in my diet as much as possible.

Thursday 7th

Friday 8th

- I had rice pudding both days so really the experiment didnt start until the 9th June [Last Saturday]

Diet so far has been:

Cod liver oil then olive oil.

Eggs, butter, cheese - usually cottage and/or cheddar.

Quark, eggs, sugar, vanilla extract.

Creme caramel.

White chocolate,

Whey protein powder.

Banana milkshake powder.

Dextrose.

Vitamin C

Milk

Chicken

Beef.

Salt

Pepper

Observations so far:

First few days continued to have sloppish bowel movements.

Breakouts continued as usual - especially on neck area.

Back is good though.

Scalp better than average.

On Wednesday had weird diarrhea - acidic - may have been caused by drinking too much water though.

Had some sinus pain - rhinitis type shit.

Skin been better last few days.

Felt like shit - maybe from ketosis even though eating sugar etc.

Piss sticks sometimes could be a sign of ketones. - has been smelling for last few weeks though.



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