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Gabes-Apg
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Food Intolerances : Gluten, Yeast, Caesin, Soy, salad/raw veges and fruit
Location: Hunter Valley NSW Australia

PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wen,
you are on the right track regarding mindfulness, chewing more with mouth closed etc.

along the lines of this, it is important to look forward to the meal - this mental/emotional aspect is key as it sends the message to the body to prepare for eating, which triggers acid production etc.

this article may help. I know with our bland limited diet, looking forward to meals may not come easy, but that is part of the wellness journey no amount of meds or supplements will help with - we have to retrain our brains a bit to help our bodies adjust...

http://www.dreliaz.org/wellnessguides/delivery/digestive.pdf
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Digestion actually begins in the mind, with anticipation of eating, and with the information coming through your nervous system from your senses. Smelling the fragrant scents of food and spices, seeing the colors and textures of the food—this sensory and mental stimulation causes your nervous system to send signals to all parts of your digestive system to gear up for the job of digestion.
The moment food enters your mouth, the enzymes in your saliva start the digestive process. Your saliva contains essential enzymes that begin to digest starches and sugar into smaller molecules, which are broken down further with the help of pancreatic juices and enzymes from the small intestine. Once they have been broken down into glucose, these starches can be distributed into your bloodstream to be used as energy


Tex has written a book about the pancreas and you may be interested to know that Magnesium is a key part of healthy pancreatic function. Keep up the topical magnesium. Especially after your evening meal. maybe do Epsom salt foot soak after the meal and do relaxation activities to optimise digestion before going to bed.
I find that I need at least 3 hours of being 'upright' after eating before I can go to bed.
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Food Intolerances : Gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, high fiber, raw produce w/ exceptions pre- May 1 severe flare. 2013 I tested only sensitive to gluten/dairy. C1 test showed some items in 1 category like rice which never bothered me in past.

PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gabes-Apg wrote:
Wen,
you are on the right track regarding mindfulness, chewing more with mouth closed etc.

along the lines of this, it is important to look forward to the meal - this mental/emotional aspect is key as it sends the message to the body to prepare for eating, which triggers acid production etc.

this article may help. I know with our bland limited diet, looking forward to meals may not come easy, but that is part of the wellness journey no amount of meds or supplements will help with - we have to retrain our brains a bit to help our bodies adjust...

http://www.dreliaz.org/wellnessguides/delivery/digestive.pdf
Quote:
Digestion actually begins in the mind, with anticipation of eating, and with the information coming through your nervous system from your senses. Smelling the fragrant scents of food and spices, seeing the colors and textures of the food—this sensory and mental stimulation causes your nervous system to send signals to all parts of your digestive system to gear up for the job of digestion.
The moment food enters your mouth, the enzymes in your saliva start the digestive process. Your saliva contains essential enzymes that begin to digest starches and sugar into smaller molecules, which are broken down further with the help of pancreatic juices and enzymes from the small intestine. Once they have been broken down into glucose, these starches can be distributed into your bloodstream to be used as energy


Tex has written a book about the pancreas and you may be interested to know that Magnesium is a key part of healthy pancreatic function. Keep up the topical magnesium. Especially after your evening meal. maybe do Epsom salt foot soak after the meal and do relaxation activities to optimise digestion before going to bed.
I find that I need at least 3 hours of being 'upright' after eating before I can go to bed.


When I'm not having horrible gas pains, I am hungry and want to eat! It's even easier to eat with acid reflux then it is to eat with nauseating gas pains in your stomach and intestines. I have been a lot more positive than before but I think what started it was Saturday night laying down on the couch too soon after eating. I never do this but a good friend was here and I wanted some TLC and hugs. After that I had wicked gas pains and I hadn't seen her in so long that she ended up staying longer than what is ideal for m and I hadn't seen her in so long that she ended up staying longer and I was exhausted but happy. My body is so damn sensitive right now and I have to be on a schedule eating and sleeping when possible. Thank you for your reply and your constant support. Time to have a light meal. This means I'm going to stay up later because I have to digest but there was no way I was going to eat an hour or 2 ago.
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