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Bloated Belly

Discussion in 'Diet' started by kyle, Apr 19, 2018.

  1. tca300

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    My water retention is low. Too much fat seems to increase it some, or irritating foods. I think energy insufficiency is one of the main causes ( not eating enough, using too many things that push the metabolic rate too high in relation to food consumption, etc.. )
     
  2. Bart1

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    After a couple of months trying to apply some peat principles, this is my experience as wel. I think I moved to quickly into food and supplements that push metabolism to hard. Introducing sugar, salt, thyroid, coffee, aspirin, vitamin ADKE , taurine etc to quickly, I feel my body could not keep up, with a high stress response as a result. I have a lot of bloating right now and blood sugar imbalance, insomnia. I’m trying now to tone things down a little; hope it helps but I seem to have activated a high stress state and it’s very difficult to get out, cause I’m hypothyroid.

    So for me bloating started with activation of a high stress response
     
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    This is good insight.

    I have had what appears to be a huge anti inflammatory response from drinking beer.
     
  4. Benyamin Bulluc

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    @tca300

    How often do you urinate?

    I am fascinated how you are able to drink the amounts you do.
     
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    Maybe 5 times per day, I also drink about two quarts of water. My temperature/pulse is usually quite high, and a higher metabolism uses more water, so I think thats why I do ok with lots of liquid while others dont.
     
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    Thats interesting, my metabolism seems ok and I only drink about 1-2 litres of liquid per day and I live in a dry climate and urinate the same amount with the good volume, we are not all the same, are you tall?
     
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    I'm only five foot nine. My temps are consistently 99°+ and my pulse 90-100bpm though. I sweat a decent amount, I feel very warm.
     
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    I'm 5'6 and have resting heart beat of 85-90, not sure about temperature, don't have a measuring device. I am not physically active though.
     
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    Have you ever tried lactose powder as a carbohydrate supplement? Seems to be a safer way for you to get more carbs in without bloating.

    Lactose
     
  11. Mauritio

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    Yep, big time. Was my experience as well .This is why I and so many others experience bad reactions to supplements that push metabolism.
     
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    Wow, did Peat say why oj or other fruits would be problematic for you?

    Are you still eating this way; only milk, liver and oysters?
     
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    Ray knows I have inherited a rare aldolase B defect. Yes, Milk, and liver. I haven't had oysters in a few months though.
     
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