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Nutrition Talk / Re: FODMAP/ Eczema/ Candida
« Last post by Nori on May 20, 2019, 08:41:24 PM »
I have seen histamines being a culprit with regard to eczema.  Check out this site: http://mthfr.net/histamine-intolerance-mthfr-and-methylation/2015/06/11/

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Nutrition News & Research / Re: The role of fasting in SIBO
« Last post by Lila.Volkas on May 20, 2019, 12:46:54 PM »
Check out https://www.siboinfo.com/ for more info on SIBO an https://medium.com/lifeomic/why-your-gut-microbes-love-intermittent-fasting-5716948281a3 for more info about out gut microbes like intermittent fasting!
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Recipe Exchange / Re: Instant Pot Chicken Ginger Noodle Soup (gluten-free)
« Last post by wthorn red on May 20, 2019, 01:15:57 AM »
Hi) Try this soup, it's very tasty https://club.cooking/recipe/chicken-noodle-soup/ Enjoy)
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Nutrition Talk / FODMAP/ Eczema/ Candida
« Last post by miriamhernandez on May 20, 2019, 12:19:57 AM »
I've come across the FODMAP diet recently. I've personally struggled with eczema all my life and I went to a Holistic Doctor who ran blood tests and said I have insulin sensitivities. (Whatever that means.) My vitamin levels were all pretty solid but I still have issues. I've been looking at forum posts dating far back with this issue wondering if anyone has had success treating patients with FODMAP focused foods.  Has anyone linked eczema with "Fructose Malabsorption"? I've also been told sometimes people with eczema confuse dry patches of skin with candida overgrowth. I never realized candida/yeast overgrowth can come up topically on the skin. Any info is much appreciated.  :)
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Hi Friends! I was just curious if anybody has a protein powder for morning time smoothies that they love..? I have tried a couple, including Bone Broth based, and I can't say I am in love. I am very picky about ingredients, hoping to stay as natural, and addictive free as possible. No gluten, artificial sweeteners or colors, etc. Thanks so much for input!
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Recipe Exchange / Re: Raw Beet and Carrot Salad with lime, ginger & cilantro
« Last post by wthorn red on May 18, 2019, 01:32:12 AM »
Hi! You can try this carrot salad! Healthy tasty and easy to make: https://club.cooking/recipe/best-carrot-salad/ Enjoy)
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Nutrition Talk / Blood Chemistry Module
« Last post by annam135 on May 15, 2019, 06:57:06 AM »
Hello! could you please help me to find blood chemistry analysis module on the Dashboard? Was it removed? And I will appreciate any recommendations on holistic books and webinars on this topic. Thanks in advance!
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Nutrition Talk / Re: people who don't want change but need it, what to do?
« Last post by debbiehart on May 13, 2019, 10:08:08 AM »
Hi, This is also my first time posting, so I wanted to comment on a subject I am familiar with. I can relate to your situation. I have been with my boyfriend for 6 years. I'm a vegetarian and eat fairly healthy. He did not eat so great when we met. He said he appreciated that I did not force my eating issues on him.  Due to some unfortunate health issues with family members, I was able to gently bring up what the research shows, diet is a big cause of many health problems.  In the last year he has made a lot of changes in his diet, less red meat, more vegetables, and just paying more attention to his food intake. So, I think given time, and watching how you eat,  he will change. I think Ashley is correct, if you try and force it, you will not get very far. People don't ever want to feel they are doing the wrong thing.
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Bauman College Welcomes You / Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
« Last post by sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:30:22 PM »
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally from  a big city, and I moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When I seen this as I rode around the city, I thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as I was riding around exploring the city I spotted what I thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and I always cook them that night, so i pulled over not knowing that this was prohibited, I picked them and  I picked more than a few. I cooked them just as I normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens).   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (LOL... I reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
https://articles.earthlingshandbook.org/2011/10/11/cauliflower-leaves-are-edible/
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Bauman College Welcomes You / Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
« Last post by sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:04:38 PM »
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally form  a big city, and i moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When i seen this as i rode around the city, i thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as i was riding around exploring the city i spotted what i thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and i always cook them that night., so i pulled over not knowing that i was not allowed to pick them and i picked soooo many, i cooked them just as i normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens)   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (lol i reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
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