The things I could rely on were eggs, oatmeal with honey, unsweetened applesauce. Variation from that led to bloating and reflux.
Store bought yogurts were so good and went down so easy, but I then learned they were a part of the problem because of how much sugar that stuff has in it, which fed the bacterial overgrowth which I have now, also learned, how to control. In short, controlling the overgrowth and drastically reducing sugar was the first bit of relief I found for the gut.
Now to what I’m eating these days.
To see my daily smoothie and green juice recipes, Click here
To read how a diet change in 2012 helped ease my diffuse scleroderma symptoms, Click here
To read my articles:
Rare Disease Day 2018, Research - Taking Part in Clinical Trials, Click here
March Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month 2018, Click here
Global patient video, Click here
Becoming a Patient Research Ambassador for the NIHR, Click here
If we only had more RESEARCH investment for Scleroderma, Raynaud's, Autoimmune Rare Disease, Click here
The Importance of Medical Research and Awareness to the Scleroderma, Raynaud's, Autoimmune Rare Disease patient, Click here
Expert Specialist Centres, Click here
World Scleroderma Day 29th June 2016, Click here
World Scleroderma Day 29th June 2017, Click here
Why Global Collaboration is important to the Rare Disease Patient, Click here
2016 Rare Disease Day Patient Voice