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  1. From what I understand it takes months to see improvements, so hang in there :)
  2. Seriously add lots of coconut oil. Known for regulating and normalizing thyroid function, google it and you see loads of positive testamonials.
  3. Try high potency probiotics, preferably with 20+ billion cells. High quality digestive enzymes like these http://www.iherb.com/Garden-of-Life-O-Zyme...-Caps/7796?at=0. Helps yyour body with degesting the food properly. Could also try taurin which is bile stimulating. Coconut oil has also helped people to be more regular. Try staying away from dairy which can cause constipation. Magnesium before bedtime, relaxes the body and is very good against constipation. Sufficient water is aslo very i
  4. Please explain why no saturated fats, this is conventional wisdom at its best, people just throwing it out with no reason why except they heard it on tv. Coconut oil and animal fats is nothing to be afraid of and really should be the base in any healthy diet.. To eat wholegrains is also conventional wisdom at its best, I would suggest reading this article as an example of how bad grains really is for you: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are-unhealthy/ Whole grains being very health
  5. Eat grassfed fatty cuts of meat (beef, lamb, bison, chicken, turkey etc), if you cant get/afford grassfed opt for leaner cuts of meat. Wild caught fish, particulary salmon which is super high in omega 3 which is very Anti-inflammatory. Lots and lots of non starchy greens, spinach, romaine lettuce, kale, cabbage, broccoli, asparagus etc. Stay away or atleast limit starchy vegetables. Some people also have trobles with nightshades (Potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers and some more) due to
  6. The most tasty is almond milk in my opinion. Most healthy though is coconut milk by far, so much good stuff in coconuts its really amazing.
  7. Congrats for your success Just some small stuff that may be worth considering; I would lay off the grains 100%, here is a good article explaining all the bad stuffs with grains: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are-unhealthy/ I would also switch out the oils you use to coconut oil, not that your oils are that bad (they do have some omega 6 content which if in to much quantity is very inflamation) just that coconut oil is so good; Superlow amount of omega 6, super high in lauric acid w
  8. Agreed on 100g sugar is to much, I usually stay under 50g of carbs total and the part of sugar of that is even lower then. But why is it "obvious" that fruit sugar is ok? Fructose is very very very hard on the liver for once. Because no one considers fruit to be "junk food", so it shouldnt be included if your trying to keep sugar low. Fructose is a great way of replenishing glycogen levels and isnt as bad as everyone makes out IMO. If the OP can have fruit without breakouts then theres plen
  9. Agreed on 100g sugar is to much, I usually stay under 50g of carbs total and the part of sugar of that is even lower then. But why is it "obvious" that fruit sugar is ok? Fructose is very very very hard on the liver for once.
  10. Other than that some small tips on top of my head. Add some ground cinnamon to your food, its high in fiber and is also believed to regulate blood sugar levels. Get some raw cocoa, use in smoothies or make hot milk (if you can handle it)/coconut milk chocolate drink, high in fiber and super powerfull antioxidant.
  11. http://www.nutritiondata.com/tools/nutrient-search there you can search for foods high in fiber.
  12. I eat in a 4 hour window and I get 2500+ calories per day and could definetly squezze in some more if I wanted to. So to say you cant get enough food/calories in etc with this way of eating is wrong IMO.
  13. I use a lot of different stuffs at the same time, I usually throw in spinach, mixed greens, romaine lettuce, cabbage, blackberries, blueberries, red grapes, broccoli, lemonjuice, cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, coconut milk, water, stevia, coconut oil and LOTS of cocoa, cocoa makes it all taste really good :)
  14. I think your intermediate fasting may play a good part in this. I know myself that when I do fast for 16H+ a day atleast I can usually get away with eating and drinking whatever I want during my "eating time window". And also skin seems to heal that much better aswell.
  15. I have started eating raw almonds lately and am wondering if I would have a sensitivity to them how fast will that show? I mean will the breakout come pretty fast or is it more like it builds up and after a couple of days BAM! Because I know Im allergic to peanuts atleast but havent broken out yet on the 3-4 days Ive used almonds.