I am on a seafood diet.
I see food and put it in my mouth.
Hugs, first time I laughed today, thank you
You're welcome. Laughter is important.
When ever someone tells me I can cure my illnesses with *insert absurd diet here* that's what I tell them
Yea what Reanna said! I eat what I want when I want and stay happy about it hahaha
I am gluten free but I'm a celiac.
Ketogenic and paleo
I’ve been thinking about doing Keto I know sugar and carbs exacerbate my symptoms. it helps a lot?
It helps tremendously
Patria I need to start! I’ve heard keto can be pretty difficult though so I’ve been putting it off.
Keto is more difficult in my experience in the planning as it requires some adjustment but the food can be great and the benefits are wonderful and treat in my families case other conditions as well. It was one that fit everyone with a few tweaks.
21 day fix. Protein/ veggies/ fruit and superfood shakes.
Vegan and gluten free. Helps a lot!
Yay me too!
Not too much sugar or caffine.
I ate gluten dairy sugar free for over a year and even once ate raw nothing helped me!
, how discouraging
Don’t I know it
Yeah I also see no change in my symptoms with any diet I've been on and I've been on all That's listed and maybe a few more.
Low wheat,low carbs,no caffeine,not a lot of processed foods,extra salt of course more water,other than that not really a lot different,just try to be careful & little & often.
Mediterranean & gluten free but I’m celiac
Doctor wants me to try this. it’s not something you can do long term though, is it?
yajaira , according to my dietician, it is. It is not optional for me. I can't digest high FODMAP foods.
In my experience, the concept of the low fodmap diet was to cut back what you are eating so drastically to foods that generally don't cause a problem. Once you've gotten all of the other junk out of your system, you slowly add things back one at a time. It's like a more practical way to finding out if you have any food sensitivities than an allergy test. It is ridiculously hard to go total low fodmap, imo.
Cleopatra , I have been low FODMAP for 3 years to control my lymphocytic Colitis. I was not successful adding new foods back. It is restrictive, but better than getting up 12 or more times a night to go the bathroom.
It is so hard, I don't know how you do it! Obvy everyone has to do what works for them, I'm just saying it was so hard!
Slimming world helped me loose a lot of weight, I'm just trying to get back on it now after a long time off
Low histamine, no dairy, no sulfites. No HFCS, artificial anything!
Kind of vegan. I eat eggs and seafood. No dairy and no animal meats.
Minimal processed foods
I eat whatever I want. I'm supposed to be on a diabetic diet but that's no fun so I do my own thing
Paleo. Doing a very clean keto right now, but that’s temporary.
I'm on the 'everything in moderation' diet. Honestly there are so many diet fads out there and some may be great for some people, esp if there are true allergies. But generally speaking, try to eat more of the good stuff, less of the bad.
I can only do liquid now (gastroparesis) so I do a vegan meal replacement shake called Soylent and Spicy V8’s for my sodium. Not the most variety but I feel so much better on it
Lactose-free vegetarian! I still eat eggs to get most of my protein.
Eat right for your blood type diet. it for the most part follows the suggestions for pots and my allergy list and I lost 46 lbs and not weighing food or starving to death. well worth looking in to.