Okay so. I'm driving myself crazy as I usually do trying to clear my skin and remain healthy, but I feel like I just always run into more obstacles. Low stomach acid seems like a fairly common issue, and a lot of people unknowingly suffer... (more)
According to 180degreeshealth: But even those healthy eaters who have heard about the harmful effects of vegetable oil and butter substitutes are still often making mistakes and taking in huge amounts of fat overall (burning fat for... (more)
Can tannic acid in coffee be neutralized by ganoderma?
I know what whole wheat is high in phytic acid and phytase, and processed white wheat is low phytic acid but high in phytase does that mean white wheat is better for you? and does that mean if you took a phytase supplement before eating wheat or... (more)
i love consuming lemon/lime water sometimes as well as add some apple cider vinegar to some dishes. I occasionally indulge in some fruits like oranges. how would i go about making sure the acidity of these fruit don't harm my teeth enamel? is... (more)
I mean, isn't ground beef just ground up steak basically? http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beef-products/6197/2 http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beef-products/3515/2 (more)
I was told I am a candidate for hiatus hernia surgery due to high acid reflux, one hiatus hernia, and another stomach hernia (to be left untouched at this time?), in addition to sever stomach inflammation "diverticulitis". I sleep with several... (more)
If I were to cook wild rice in some bone broth would the phytic acid render the bone broth pretty much nutritionally useless (therefore wasting it) or would it act as kind of a shield and bind up all the phytic acid still leaving me with a slight... (more)
For about two/three weeks now I've been feeling a strange emptiness sensation around my stomach area 10 minutes after eating. I was wondering if anyone ever experienced this as well? I'm having trouble figuring out where it could come from... (more)
I found this article that the phytic acid in coconut isn;t the same as the binding phytic acid in nuts http://www.thenourishinggourmet.com/2012/01/coconut-flour-and-phytic-acid-does-it-need-to-be-soaked.html But I still don't get why people love... (more)
Hello, I started the Paleo diet 6 weeks ago. I had already stopped taking diary products a month earlier, which eliminated my acid reflux. However, I get very bloated right after eating, and going Paleo has made no difference in this respect. My... (more)
I've had acid reflux for 4+ years. It started after a course of antibiotics (doxycycline) for acne. I don't recall ever having a normal stool, yet lately I've ALWAYS been getting a rocky stool. I've had a rocky stool for quite a while. I've been... (more)
I've had acid reflux for 4+ years. I don't recall ever having a normal stool, yet lately I've ALWAYS been getting a rocky stool. I've had a rocky stool for quite a while. About 3 months ago, my chiropractor discovered a yeast infection. I went... (more)
Is palmitic acid "bad," or is this another one of those unsubstantiated claims by status quo?
I get reflux and constipation after eating most anything. Like even a bowl of spinach. There doesn't seem to be a particular food that causes it. I'm not sure what's going on? I'm belching like crazy! Things that didn't work for me: -"Going... (more)
I started eating a paleo type diet 2 years ago to help me with skin issues and most of my fat intake had always came from coconut. So my diet was very high in saturated fat and lower in PUFA, usually never more than 5 grams. The last couple weeks... (more)
Hi, I have had acid reflux for years due to stress and medications. One of these medications, Zantac, is reduce the acid. My stress level has gone down but I am still on a few medications as I have a few health problems. My dr. suggested I go... (more)
Before paleo I was low fat high carb that spiked my TC and LDL cholesterol sky high. So thought I would give Paleo a try. Here is a review of what I have been eating, breakfast on most mornings is an egg(s) then 2 or so mornings a week will be... (more)
If it's white rice, there shouldn't be much if any, as the antinutrients were in the part that was removed, so it's not very different from eating a load of sugar. It's possible, though I've never heard of puffed brown rice.
Just a theory, but does anyone know if intermittent fasting could increase BUN and uric acid because with a shorter feeding window (as opposed to throughout the day), and thus with protein consumption being condensed/concentrated, the kidneys have... (more)
The short answer to your question is yes that is prob why your bun is going up. That's why they are always modifying the calculation of bun from a chem7 test by taking into account avg body weights, muscle mass, age gender And protein consumption.... (more)
So I thought it was acid reflux but turns out it's a hiatal hernia. Small but present. Does anyone have any expertise in this area? What causes them and what can be done to natually heal it? Do certain exercises (like ab work) make it worse? I may... (more)
Hi folks, I'm currently finishing my multivitamin(which is a pretty good formula, from an European bulk store, is a 4 capsule dose, with pretty good forms of ingredients and low folic acid, an i can control the dosage, i may add just one capsule)... (more)
The acid/alkaline balance is said to be important in preventing disease. IN 1931, Otto Warburg won the nobel prize by showing that cancer cannot develop in bodies with slightly alkaline pH-levels (7.35 - 7.45). The paleo diet consists of quite... (more)