Seems like if I eat to much steak I am curled up in a ball after but I can eat a cheeseburger and still feel fine?
i LOVE Venison but it sure hates me. I wish I could eat it. Even a few of my friends without any digestive issues, get bad gas and cramps from eating deer. I was surprised it had such a terrible effect on me. I've never had Moose (other than one wandering into my yard when I lived in MA). I bet it's good!Moose and deer meat doesn't seem to bother me either. Maybe it's the hormones or something in the domestic meat?
You know whats really funny is i had mcdonalds the day before my blockage that sent me to the er where i was diagnosed with cd. I was having symptoms of a blockage before that though.weird, steak is OK for me, but i wont touch mcdonalds again. all that grease. hell no
We eat red meat at least 4-5 times a week.....had steak last night, some kind again tonight (maybe fajitas).....gotta dig some chicken out for Wed. nights' dinner!I'm not at the rare stage yet but I'm eating it again and that's a huge start. How often do you eat red meat per week?
Sometimes, my body has trouble with steak. As far as the expense of Humira, you should ask your doctor about Humira Complete. With the card, they only charge you five dollars every time you order it.Hi there folks. I'm new here. 62 yr old. Diagnosed with UC at age 16. Total colectomy in my early 30's. I had an S pouch. Not J pouch. Chronic pouchitis. Doc says he can't see the pouch now. It seems it's just my small intestine then rectum. Developed inflammation and ulceration in small intestine. Eventually they confirmed Crohn's. But it seems to be only in my lower intestine. Most of the pain on the left side of my lower abdomen. Not agony, just a burn that stays there most of the time. Doc wants to put me on Humira. I'm not keen. 1. Don't like the idea of having a disabled immune system, 2. Very expensive.
Have been trying this year to do further research and really see if I can do something else to get better. Not necessarily looking for a cure (although that would be lovely!) but just a better quality of life.
I've just read the blog on steak. I wonder if the reaction so many people feel has anything to do with the way the cattle was fed and treated? (anti-biotics, hormones etc) I feel quite ok on steak. What gives me terrible diarrhea is soup, salad, fruit. I think it's all the liquid. No colon to absorb the water. I take phyllium husks to try to absorb some of the fluid, but it's still a battle. If I eat pure red meat for supper, no veg, not anything else, I have quite a restful night. No watery stool, hardly any incontinence. It seems so different from all of your experiences!
Another question: Has anyone had any success with any of the following:
1. Colloidal silver
2. Ozone gas or ozone water
3. Beck's protocol (the two mentioned above are part of it)
5. Hulda Clark's zapper
This is rather urgent. I have some friends from the States coming to visit soon. If I buy anything from the States (eg a zapper) I need to buy it soon so that it can be shipped to my friends. That way I'll save on the international shipping.