Even on a mostly raw, organic, vegan diet I am still struggling with stomach/digestive issues. I’ve recently added digestive enzymes to my daily routine, probiotics and a colon detoxifying supplement. I have tried to pinpoint what is causing the issue to no avail as one day I can eat tomatoes, the next day they make me “react”.
I am also having other issues that I had considered to be thyroid related or possibly hormonal.
My instincts have been telling me it is gluten. I also seem to be constantly stumbling upon more and more research indicating my issues may be gluten related, and several friends have also suggested it. Today I stumbled upon this:
Seems all of my symptoms are on this list. It is not going to be easy but I think it is the natural, next step in my healing process to eliminate gluten from my diet.
Also per Genki Kitty’s post—she shares some yoga for irritable stomachs. I started yoga classes again, and have found them truly essential in my awareness of and healing my own body.
Originally posted on Genki Kitty's Blog:
Sometimes it happens even to the best of vegans, an irritable stomach. For some unknown reason, I have a very irritable stomach that has been giving me severe cramps and ‘bathroom issues’. I’ve read that a person should wait at least 3-7 days for irritable stomachs to visit the doctor, so that’s what I’m doing. Two days in I’m still feeling rather sick but doing much better. Seeing I must be close to a bathroom at all times, it has meant I haven’t been able to go for our training plan runs which has been getting at me greatly. Running is my method of choice for exercise that helps reduce stress so missing a few days isn’t good for my mind and body. Hence, I decided to look for a few workouts that might relieve a little in the stomach area and thought some of you might be having the…
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