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  1. Sorry for delay I'd agree it could've been what you ate it with, your stomach sounds to be quite out of balance which is why i'd recommend overdosing on the probiotics and prebiotics, cultured foods etc to regain the flora. stick to simple foods as much as you can, keep meat out if you're finding it doesn't agree with you and yes vegetables and grains like quinoa etc. very soft and easy to digest just for a week or two until you get the balance back again. in my experience bloating and gas an
  2. It sounds very similar to something i had here's my advice nature's biotics or very strong probiotic blend - take twice the suggested amount consider a colonic - if yes do this before taking the above obviously or you'll flush all the good stuff out avoid hard to digest foods for a week or two, nice soft foods easy to digest sounds like your gut is struggling a bit
  3. Yup im uk. Just had a look at Nature's Biotics, quite pricey!! haha. What sort of digestion issues did you have? Was it similar to mine? Im pretty sure i have candida as well so they could be useful. indigestion mainly, bloating, cramps, unable to digest a lot of raw foods. pricey but worth it. or overdose on good quality probiotic, you'll see the difference oh and can the fruit for a bit
  4. It could be I would recommend Nature's Biotics - i think you're uk right? i had some digestion issues and a bottle of these sorted me out. Also up the good probiotics to get things moving. if you think candida is an issue for you these will both help. i use dr mercola probiotics as they are really strong - you can get them from red23 in uk
  5. I was advised to take it by a nutritionist for leaky gut but I did a quick google of l glutamine and acne and most people seemed to be saying it made it worse!
  6. Only fruit I eat is blueberries, blackberries and strawberries with the occasional grapefruit - everything else gives me horrendous acne...
  7. Red 23 also sell it in the UK - it's bloody minging tho. i use xylitol or coconut palm sugar. yacon is ok too but tastes a bit odd
  8. Totally agree. Good fats - get some EFAs from hemp - seeds, oil etc. and bit of flax and chia are good too use some good oils on your skin like jojoba or coconut butter to help hydrate it's gonna be shaky for a while as your body gets used to the changes but it's a very amazing machine, it will find its balance
  9. I've been raw 3 years and only recently found the best way of eating it for my skin which involves no sugars from high GI fruit. I stick to low GI fruit, sea vegetables, nuts, seeds, superfoods, wild foods, herbs, sprouted legumes/pulses, fermented foods such as sauerkraut and fats. That works fine. Took me this long to figure it out. Tried 811 3 times - fucking disaster each and every time. Sugar = satan on my skin Juicing is good for an initial detox but it will be a big one depending
  10. Avocados, nuts, coconuts, cold pressed virgin oils I imagine? "Which raw diet are you going to follow? The high-fat diet, or the high-fruit diet? In my experience, trying to find middle-ground has been a frustrating endeavor. The reasons why are a little scientific. Let me explain: On a high-fat diet, insulin sensitivity is greatly reduced, meaning that simple sugars do not arrive to their destination (the cells) as rapidly. When a person on a high-fat diet eats a lot of fruit (sugar)
  11. Avocados, nuts, coconuts, cold pressed virgin oils I imagine? "Which raw diet are you going to follow? The high-fat diet, or the high-fruit diet? In my experience, trying to find middle-ground has been a frustrating endeavor. The reasons why are a little scientific. Let me explain: On a high-fat diet, insulin sensitivity is greatly reduced, meaning that simple sugars do not arrive to their destination (the cells) as rapidly. When a person on a high-fat diet eats a lot of fruit (sugar)
  12. Avocados, nuts, coconuts, cold pressed virgin oils I imagine? "Which raw diet are you going to follow? The high-fat diet, or the high-fruit diet? In my experience, trying to find middle-ground has been a frustrating endeavor. The reasons why are a little scientific. Let me explain: On a high-fat diet, insulin sensitivity is greatly reduced, meaning that simple sugars do not arrive to their destination (the cells) as rapidly. When a person on a high-fat diet eats a lot of fruit (sugar)
  13. I can't diagnose you but I know ringworm = candida. It's just yeast on the skin and I have no idea if you can get it without having systemic candida. If sugar doesn't give you stomach aches/pains, you're right you don't have candida. Sugar doesn't give me stomach aches and pains but I did the spit test this morning and it was horrendous. Do you rate that test much? Because by what happened I'm candida mental...
  14. not my experience. i tried 801010 3 times and even 95/5/5 and each time WHAMMO mega awful awful skin. like the worst skin EVER. cut out all sugar and TA DAAAAH clear skin. fruit might have lovely nutrients etc but it's not for everyone who gets acne... 80/10/10 you mean fat/protein/carbs? huh if you go low carb you want high fats and protein no carbs protein and fat - so even with low to no fat fruit was fucking me up big time. i'm now on higher fat raw food diet and it works wa
  15. not my experience. i tried 801010 3 times and even 95/5/5 and each time WHAMMO mega awful awful skin. like the worst skin EVER. cut out all sugar and TA DAAAAH clear skin. fruit might have lovely nutrients etc but it's not for everyone who gets acne...
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