posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 07:38 AM
Originally posted by DocHolidaze
reply to post by MsAphrodite
rash, dirreah , constantly sick, allergies, her limbs are slightly off in size, other skin problems. She has gone to a specialist and now it has
been found she has somthing on her liver.
Since the dirreah has become more apperent, i decided to lower her dairy intake because she may be lactose intollerant, and have also gone glueten
free, and as well stopped with gmos when i can and attempted organic non pesticide foods. since then her dirreah is less than usual and her skin
So im thinking non glueten peleo diet is what she needs, so I will need to get her mother on bored(were divorced and she feeds my kids crap all the
time) as well as the grand parents(my parents are on bored, but the exs feeds them junk as well). I hope by next time my child goes to the doc i can
get some advice on the peleodiet and hopfully if it is a good idea everybody will be on board due to the docters advice cause no one ever listens to
The diarrhea can cause mineral deficiencies. Magnesium both settles the intestines or acts as a laxative. You will have to look at what she is eating
to know which is happening. breathing allergies can come from a buildup of sulfites in the body. If the body is low on molybdenum it cannot detox
the sulfites. The body uses sulfites to fight fungal and some bacteria infections that it senses, if some of the GMO proteins from the BT are present
it may not be neutralizing the Sulfites because it senses there is an infection and is trying to kill it. Try to boost foods containing molybdenum in
her diet and try to lower the GMO foods if possible. It is hard to avoid GMO in foods nowadays, it is in everything it seems, soy products make up
lots of things.
The skin problems could be from being porphyric, probably induced by the addition of stuff, both organic and nonorganic, used to make foods stay
fresher longer. It can also come from eating too many antioxident containing foods. Most the stuff they spray on veggies to keep them fresh are
antioxidents. The body will reject excess sometimes and that can add to diarrhea. Too many antioxidents are not good for us, they stop the proper
breakdown of foods.
Tyramines are necessary for us to have in our diet but the bound Tyramines/glutamates are better. Your daughter may have a problem taking apart, or
is taking too much apart, Phenylalanines. This is a hard one to call. You will have to do your own testing on this. If there are problems it will
be like eating MSG/free glutamates when certain foods are eaten, the intestines dumps the food.
There are lots of problems with milk consumptions, people react to it in different ways. The magnesium in milk is often bound to the albunim of the
milk and this can cause diarrhea. The gluten allergy may be a metabolic problem, not an allergy. Most are. I think it is compounded by the dough
conditioners or by adding both sugars and salt to breads. Too little salt can cause problems also, salt is a necessary ingredient in our diets. Real
salt that is, not sodium bound to other chemicals. We have a severe sodium to chloride imbalance in our bodies. The chloride will make us pee,
Sodium makes us retain water. Chloride is chased off the cells by fluorides....Coffee is my choice but tea works well also. A little parsley or even
celery helps to chase off the chloride also as does dandilion greens. If you pee more than you don't get the runs so much....I got the opposite
Foods containing asparagaines can help to settle the intestines. Cabbage added to soups helps as does asparagus or even potatoes. Asparagaines are
part of the starch of foods. They have settling effects but can bound a person up if overconsumed.
Now that I have confused you and said basicly nothing, you will have to do a little research