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« on: November 29, 2015, 12:39:43 pm »
Hey,

I've developed chronic gastritis due to overconsume on dairy a few years ago. I was drinking 2 litres of cow milk per day and that have lasted at least for 3 months and than I felt slightly nauseaous during the day & night. Scoped and diagnosed as chronic gastritis with low level inflammation.

After that, I was on strict paleo diet for 6 months and it healed me perfectly. No more stomach problems.

Well, got viral infection 9 months ago and felt constant nausea for months. Scoped and saw that chronic gastritis is still there, not cured. I still don't feel good enough. Raw fruits & veggies, tea, high-fat foods cause harsh nausea for me. Also got some anxiety problems. I don't know its source exactly, but it came with constant nausea.

I'm just wondering that you guys thoughts about best nutrition plan for human and your meal plans.

Please let me know.

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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2015, 02:35:50 pm »
Were you using UHT milk or pasteurized milk? Let me know if you don't know the difference.

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« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2015, 03:38:37 pm »
H. pylori?

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« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2015, 04:09:41 pm »
Were you using UHT milk or pasteurized milk? Let me know if you don't know the difference.

Pasteurized milk, not UHT. I know the difference between those things of course.

H. pylori?

Had blood and gaita tests and biopsy for HP infection. So I have triple confirm. All tests were negative.

By the way, 2 years ago my gastritis flared up and I've met my GI specialist for gaita/HP infection. The test was negative but I took antiobios/PPI for HP infection notwithstanding. After that 2 weeks of antibio+ppi course, I was feeling very good. Maybe I had an another infection, IDK:

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« Reply #4 on: November 29, 2015, 04:56:27 pm »
My view is that milk is a good food, maybe going to 2 glasses or something could have helped.

I think I have developed lactose or cow milk type A2 casein intolerance due to overconsume on milk. I can't properly digest unfortunately. This is why I prefer milk kefir and a few bites goat cheese.

By the way, I can drink COKE and eat pickles without any prob, lol. It's weird thing. I can't still tolerate most of fruits though.

When my mind is pretty relax about to eat, I have no nausea after eating most times. Anxiety and constant thoughts about food/nausea are my main trouble it seems. Nausea feeling is like my shadow. Its idea, or its own. Always with me.

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« Reply #5 on: November 29, 2015, 05:04:13 pm »
you ever get your adrenals tested for the nausea?
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« Reply #6 on: November 29, 2015, 06:05:14 pm »
you ever get your adrenals tested for the nausea?

Got tests of total/free test, e2, lh fsh, prolactin, tsh, ultrasound for pancreas, liver etc. and even HIV/AIDS tests and they are troublefree. Shot test/deca after those tests tho. My total test was around 550 before that cycle btw.

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« Reply #7 on: November 29, 2015, 08:55:26 pm »
Hey,

I've developed chronic gastritis due to overconsume on dairy a few years ago. I was drinking 2 litres of cow milk per day and that have lasted at least for 3 months and than I felt slightly nauseaous during the day & night. Scoped and diagnosed as chronic gastritis with low level inflammation.

After that, I was on strict paleo diet for 6 months and it healed me perfectly. No more stomach problems.

Well, got viral infection 9 months ago and felt constant nausea for months. Scoped and saw that chronic gastritis is still there, not cured. I still don't feel good enough. Raw fruits & veggies, tea, high-fat foods cause harsh nausea for me. Also got some anxiety problems. I don't know its source exactly, but it came with constant nausea.

I'm just wondering that you guys thoughts about best nutrition plan for human and your meal plans.

Please let me know.


Yes, I see 2 bad habbits
1 dairy
2 paelo diet

1.
Death by Calcium -- Proof of the Toxic Effects of Dairy and Calcium Supplements- Tom Levy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwi9iZvudXA
this video will change your  view on dairy

or get the book
http://www.amazon.com/Death-Calcium-New-First-Edition/dp/0615889603
In this book, Death by Calcium, board-certified cardiologist, Thomas E. Levy, offers scientific proof that the regular intake of dairy and calcium supplementation promotes all known chronic degenerative diseases and significantly shortens life. Written for both the layperson and scientist, Dr. Levy explains the dangers inherent in supplementing with calcium. "It is now clear that excess dietary calcium, as is realized with the routine ingestion of milk and other calcium-laden dairy foods, is also a toxic and potentially life-shortening practice."


I was suprised also
calcium means great bones./strong teeth, right?
no.
you need vit K for that to tell calcium where to go
"how do they find breast cancer?
they look for calicifications!

2
palo diet?

is that mostly meat?
so lots of HCAs? 
lots of fat?

your body needs the nutrition from veggies
like
vit C
Vit K
Magnessium

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is the substance that holds the whole body together. It is found in the bones, muscles, skin and tendons, where it forms a scaffold to provide strength and structure
to make collagen, you need vit C
no vit C and your body will use LPA
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/lipoprotein_-a-.html
Plaque formation is an essential response to vascular injury. When a blood vessel has been damaged, repair is paramount. If benign materials are available, as vitamin C, to protect the vessel from injury and to participate in vascular repair, the need for Lp(a) is moot. Without adequate amounts of vitamin C, Lp(a) becomes indispensable.

so eat veggies, eat fruit get 5-10+grams of vit C a day
eat low fat
avoid dairy

you'll get better
If supplements/herbs worked as well as drugs, they would be drugs.
http://www.westonaprice.org/holistic-healthcare/the-invisible-toothbrush/

why you need collagen
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=9002.0

 I have neither the time nor the inclination to check out links to try to figure out what info MIGHT pertain to the verbage that was spewed on a forum and attempt to connect the Posted "ideas" to the content (somewhere) on the link, which afaik has malware/nsfw?
if-you-cant-explain-it-simply-you-dont-understand-it-well-enough
humans don't make AA
AA makes collagen
without collagen, we are forced repair the wear/tear on arteries with LPA(LDL+protein A
LPA is known risk factor for CAD
get vitamin C every few hours vitamin C is water soluable and needed by the body constantly

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« Reply #8 on: November 30, 2015, 09:49:17 am »
Hey,

I've developed chronic gastritis due to overconsume on dairy a few years ago. I was drinking 2 litres of cow milk per day and that have lasted at least for 3 months and than I felt slightly nauseaous during the day & night. Scoped and diagnosed as chronic gastritis with low level inflammation.

After that, I was on strict paleo diet for 6 months and it healed me perfectly. No more stomach problems.

Well, got viral infection 9 months ago and felt constant nausea for months. Scoped and saw that chronic gastritis is still there, not cured. I still don't feel good enough. Raw fruits & veggies, tea, high-fat foods cause harsh nausea for me. Also got some anxiety problems. I don't know its source exactly, but it came with constant nausea.

I'm just wondering that you guys thoughts about best nutrition plan for human and your meal plans.

Please let me know.


Yes, I see 2 bad habbits
1 dairy
2 paelo diet

1.
Death by Calcium -- Proof of the Toxic Effects of Dairy and Calcium Supplements- Tom Levy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwi9iZvudXA
this video will change your  view on dairy

or get the book
http://www.amazon.com/Death-Calcium-New-First-Edition/dp/0615889603
In this book, Death by Calcium, board-certified cardiologist, Thomas E. Levy, offers scientific proof that the regular intake of dairy and calcium supplementation promotes all known chronic degenerative diseases and significantly shortens life. Written for both the layperson and scientist, Dr. Levy explains the dangers inherent in supplementing with calcium. "It is now clear that excess dietary calcium, as is realized with the routine ingestion of milk and other calcium-laden dairy foods, is also a toxic and potentially life-shortening practice."


I was suprised also
calcium means great bones./strong teeth, right?
no.
you need vit K for that to tell calcium where to go
"how do they find breast cancer?
they look for calicifications!

2
palo diet?

is that mostly meat?
so lots of HCAs? 
lots of fat?

your body needs the nutrition from veggies
like
vit C
Vit K
Magnessium

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is the substance that holds the whole body together. It is found in the bones, muscles, skin and tendons, where it forms a scaffold to provide strength and structure
to make collagen, you need vit C
no vit C and your body will use LPA
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/lipoprotein_-a-.html
Plaque formation is an essential response to vascular injury. When a blood vessel has been damaged, repair is paramount. If benign materials are available, as vitamin C, to protect the vessel from injury and to participate in vascular repair, the need for Lp(a) is moot. Without adequate amounts of vitamin C, Lp(a) becomes indispensable.

so eat veggies, eat fruit get 5-10+grams of vit C a day
eat low fat
avoid dairy

you'll get better

Wow, thank you for your detailed post.

I'm pretty sure dairy can cause chronic diseases as you mentioned.

So all types of wholegrains/wholefoods (including wholewheat bread) with no added fat, legumes & beans (I'm huge fan of them with bulgur/brown rice) pickles/sauerkraut specially on winter times, all types of veggies, specially berries and pomegranates as fruits for their antioxidant potent, some eggs (but mostly egg whites), a real peanut butter, maybe a few bites of goat cheese (that'll be my only dairy), and occasionally nuts/seeds.

What do you think about this plan?

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« Reply #9 on: November 30, 2015, 04:25:06 pm »

Wow, thank you for your detailed post.

I'm pretty sure dairy can cause chronic diseases as you mentioned.

So all types of wholegrains/wholefoods (including wholewheat bread) with no added fat, legumes & beans (I'm huge fan of them with bulgur/brown rice) pickles/sauerkraut specially on winter times, all types of veggies, specially berries and pomegranates as fruits for their antioxidant potent, some eggs (but mostly egg whites), a real peanut butter, maybe a few bites of goat cheese (that'll be my only dairy), and occasionally nuts/seeds.

What do you think about this plan?

Many of the healthiest and longest-lived cultures on planet earth eat beans and legumes, so those are great.  The key is to not eat too much or you can irritate the gut.  Find your "sweet spot." 

Brown rice is great and boosts nitric oxide.  However, there is an issue for those of us in the U.S.:  it can have too much arsenic.  So it probably shouldn't be a staple, but you'll have to decide for yourself of course.
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« Reply #10 on: November 30, 2015, 04:27:06 pm »

Wow, thank you for your detailed post.

I'm pretty sure dairy can cause chronic diseases as you mentioned.

So all types of wholegrains/wholefoods (including wholewheat bread) with no added fat, legumes & beans (I'm huge fan of them with bulgur/brown rice) pickles/sauerkraut specially on winter times, all types of veggies, specially berries and pomegranates as fruits for their antioxidant potent, some eggs (but mostly egg whites), a real peanut butter, maybe a few bites of goat cheese (that'll be my only dairy), and occasionally nuts/seeds.

What do you think about this plan?

I'd  skip whole grain whatever
focus on veggies/fruit eggwhites(high in lysine/proline to bind to LPA)
as talked about here
The Nobel prize winning answer turned out to be Lysine (and Proline) Binding Sites (LBS for short).  The Lp(a) or "cholesterol" binding sites are amino acid residues of collagen protein that becomes exposed when blood vessels "crack" and expose these LBS to the blood, which then attracts the Lp(a) molecules.  The result of Lp(a) binding is to create the atherosclerotic plaque.
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/lipoprotein_-a-.html



                                       
If supplements/herbs worked as well as drugs, they would be drugs.
http://www.westonaprice.org/holistic-healthcare/the-invisible-toothbrush/

why you need collagen
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=9002.0

 I have neither the time nor the inclination to check out links to try to figure out what info MIGHT pertain to the verbage that was spewed on a forum and attempt to connect the Posted "ideas" to the content (somewhere) on the link, which afaik has malware/nsfw?
if-you-cant-explain-it-simply-you-dont-understand-it-well-enough
humans don't make AA
AA makes collagen
without collagen, we are forced repair the wear/tear on arteries with LPA(LDL+protein A
LPA is known risk factor for CAD
get vitamin C every few hours vitamin C is water soluable and needed by the body constantly

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« Reply #11 on: November 30, 2015, 05:46:01 pm »


Many of the healthiest and longest-lived cultures on planet earth eat beans and legumes, so those are great.  The key is to not eat too much or you can irritate the gut.  Find your "sweet spot." 

Brown rice is great and boosts nitric oxide.  However, there is an issue for those of us in the U.S.:  it can have too much arsenic.  So it probably shouldn't be a staple, but you'll have to decide for yourself of course.
I agree that beans/legumes can be healthy
but what cultures are you thinking of? and are you trying to say, in a very passive/roundabout way?, that beans/legumes are the reason these "MYSTERIOUS" cultures were long lived?
or was it because  of something else?
low bodyfat/bmi etc?


I do like my peas
 unique phytonutrients in green peas also provide us with key antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Included in these phytonutrients are some recently-discovered green pea phytonutrients called saponins. Due to their almost exclusive appearance in peas, these phytonutrients actually contain the scientific word for peas (Pisum) in their names: pisumsaponins I and II, and pisomosides A and B. When coupled with other phytonutrients in green peas—including phenolic acids like ferulic and caffeic acid, and flavanols like catechin and epicatechin—the combined impact on our health may be far-reaching. For example, some researchers have now speculated that the association between green pea and legume intake and lowered risk of type 2 diabetes may be connected not only with the relatively low glycemic index of green peas (about 45-50) and their strong fiber and protein content, but also with this unusual combination of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients.
http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=55

If supplements/herbs worked as well as drugs, they would be drugs.
http://www.westonaprice.org/holistic-healthcare/the-invisible-toothbrush/

why you need collagen
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=9002.0

 I have neither the time nor the inclination to check out links to try to figure out what info MIGHT pertain to the verbage that was spewed on a forum and attempt to connect the Posted "ideas" to the content (somewhere) on the link, which afaik has malware/nsfw?
if-you-cant-explain-it-simply-you-dont-understand-it-well-enough
humans don't make AA
AA makes collagen
without collagen, we are forced repair the wear/tear on arteries with LPA(LDL+protein A
LPA is known risk factor for CAD
get vitamin C every few hours vitamin C is water soluable and needed by the body constantly

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« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2015, 05:48:19 pm »

Wow, thank you for your detailed post.

I'm pretty sure dairy can cause chronic diseases as you mentioned.

So all types of wholegrains/wholefoods (including wholewheat bread) with no added fat, legumes & beans (I'm huge fan of them with bulgur/brown rice) pickles/sauerkraut specially on winter times, all types of veggies, specially berries and pomegranates as fruits for their antioxidant potent, some eggs (but mostly egg whites), a real peanut butter, maybe a few bites of goat cheese (that'll be my only dairy), and occasionally nuts/seeds.

What do you think about this plan?

Many of the healthiest and longest-lived cultures on planet earth eat beans and legumes, so those are great.  The key is to not eat too much or you can irritate the gut.  Find your "sweet spot." 

Brown rice is great and boosts nitric oxide.  However, there is an issue for those of us in the U.S.:  it can have too much arsenic.  So it probably shouldn't be a staple, but you'll have to decide for yourself of course.

Yup, I saw a study about correlation between legumes and longevity on ergo-log a few weeks ago. Here's the study,

http://www.ergo-log.com/eatmorebeans.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15228991

I eat legumes with brown rice every day for a year by the way.

Thank you for your answer.

Any other recommendation for me?

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« Reply #13 on: November 30, 2015, 06:12:59 pm »

Wow, thank you for your detailed post.

I'm pretty sure dairy can cause chronic diseases as you mentioned.

So all types of wholegrains/wholefoods (including wholewheat bread) with no added fat, legumes & beans (I'm huge fan of them with bulgur/brown rice) pickles/sauerkraut specially on winter times, all types of veggies, specially berries and pomegranates as fruits for their antioxidant potent, some eggs (but mostly egg whites), a real peanut butter, maybe a few bites of goat cheese (that'll be my only dairy), and occasionally nuts/seeds.

What do you think about this plan?

Many of the healthiest and longest-lived cultures on planet earth eat beans and legumes, so those are great.  The key is to not eat too much or you can irritate the gut.  Find your "sweet spot." 

Brown rice is great and boosts nitric oxide.  However, there is an issue for those of us in the U.S.:  it can have too much arsenic.  So it probably shouldn't be a staple, but you'll have to decide for yourself of course.

Yup, I saw a study about correlation between legumes and longevity on ergo-log a few weeks ago. Here's the study,

http://www.ergo-log.com/eatmorebeans.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15228991

I eat legumes with brown rice every day for a year by the way.

Thank you for your answer.

Any other recommendation for me?

Sure, lots of fruits and vegetables:

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/fruit_vegetables_benefits

Lots of studies in the above.
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If you are on medications or have a medical condition, always check with your doctor first before making any lifestyle changes or taking new supplements.  And low testosterone is a medical condition.

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Any other recommendation for me?

yes, lean out, 10-15% bodyfat
start using fasting in your daily life. ie,  dont east constantly/snacking, even if you are 10-15% Bf, eat with   8-12 hours between calorie intake
get more vit C

 measures of lipoprotein particles involved in atherosclerosis, which is the main underlying cause of CVD, have been found to be very useful to assess risk.

http://www.docsopinion.com/health-and-nutrition/lipids/lipoprotein-a/
If supplements/herbs worked as well as drugs, they would be drugs.
http://www.westonaprice.org/holistic-healthcare/the-invisible-toothbrush/

why you need collagen
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=9002.0

 I have neither the time nor the inclination to check out links to try to figure out what info MIGHT pertain to the verbage that was spewed on a forum and attempt to connect the Posted "ideas" to the content (somewhere) on the link, which afaik has malware/nsfw?
if-you-cant-explain-it-simply-you-dont-understand-it-well-enough
humans don't make AA
AA makes collagen
without collagen, we are forced repair the wear/tear on arteries with LPA(LDL+protein A
LPA is known risk factor for CAD
get vitamin C every few hours vitamin C is water soluable and needed by the body constantly

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