I've been having digestive problems for about 2 years, after picking up a parasite and virus in Mexico. Before then, I was vegan (occasionally some eggs), pretty high-carb, and alcoholic (so more stress on digestive system). I have symptoms... (more)
I'm definitely sensitive to fructose and need to limit it. Does anyone know how much acorn squash contains? I'm not sure if it is all glucose, fructose, a mix of the two, nor even how much sugar is in acorn squash to begin with.
I notice that whenever i eat some fruit, honey, maple syrup or other high fructose foods i get anxious, moody and bloated. This never happens with glucose containing carbs like white rice, yuca, sweet potatoes and yams, just fructose carbs. Could... (more)
A lot of people do say that they respond differently to fructose and glucose. I recently wrote a blog post on the difference over at paleoisms.wordpress.com, but it's certainly possible that you have a deficiency in fructose metabolism.
I have run the gamut of diets to heal my digestion issues-- most of which help for a bit, and then my symptoms come back, and new ones appear as well. I have gone gluten free, then cut out soy and dairy, done the candida diet... Now am full low... (more)
I have been strict Paleo for about 5 months. I have Psoriasis as well as fructose malabsorption and SIBO. Recently, I began to follow the elimination diet for FM and killing off SIBO. I have gone from having no food craving to having out of... (more)
Try taking 500-1000mg of glutamine capsule broken open under the tongue to help deal with the cravings. (Source: Mood Cure--Julia Ross) It helped me deal with sugar cravings.
I have never had any gut problems or food intolerances. However, I did adopt a pretty clean paleo diet about a year or so ago. This has really leveled out blood sugar issues with much improved sleep/energy. Problem is, with the onset of cherry... (more)
I've been reading Paleohacks every day for the last 6 weeks as I've been trying to clear up my skin. I haven't had perfect success with that yet, but it seems that it usually takes 2 to 3 months to resolve skin issues, so I'll continue to wait... (more)