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    Probiotics are confusing, I've tried the very expensive down to the cheap, finally asked my doctor what was what. He said he just gets the Probiotic Gummies from Costco. Not expensive and easy to take. I still got issues but the expensive stuff didn't help either. Increasing water intake seems to have a positive effect. I've never been into spicy or hot stuff, don't use a lot of salt etc. I've been steering clear of dairy, I too have a weakness for donuts, my kryptonite is apple fritters. Like ice cream too but avoid it.
    They had me on a gluten free thing for a long time, didn't seem to help either.
    There's an answer out there, I just don't see it yet.
    Will really tick me off if suddenly they say hey, we missed this, simple procedure and your normal again...................grrrr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    I get plenty of fiber with fruits, and vegetables. I need to get away from the fruit juices and sugar and drink more water. Otherwise, I stay away from most sweets. My weakness is doughnuts. If I can't have a freiggen doughnut in my life, then take me now. I know my flora isn't in great shape, and I need to get on a regimen. It's tough...………...I was the guy who could eat the hottest Mexican food and love every minute of it. Now my diet is bland to say the least, and it's very hard to impart flavor in to foods. Got enzymes coming and have to find a probiotic. I'm having issues with gluten, dairy, spices, chicken, and I realize that the doughnut is a major player. I'm sure you realize how tough it is to change old habits and I love food. You take diets where you can eat anything, to eliminating 90% of what you used to eat.
    Are you able to exercise? I find that when I am on a good workout program, all I want to eat are healthy foods.

    Fruit juices are full of sugar. Water is indeed better. If you think about it, no animal drinks milk after it is weened.

    If you don't buy it, it's easy not to eat it. Don't buy the junkfood man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 340pd View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Probiotics are confusing, I've tried the very expensive down to the cheap, finally asked my doctor what was what. He said he just gets the Probiotic Gummies from Costco. Not expensive and easy to take. I still got issues but the expensive stuff didn't help either. Increasing water intake seems to have a positive effect. I've never been into spicy or hot stuff, don't use a lot of salt etc. I've been steering clear of dairy, I too have a weakness for donuts, my kryptonite is apple fritters. Like ice cream too but avoid it.
    They had me on a gluten free thing for a long time, didn't seem to help either.
    There's an answer out there, I just don't see it yet.
    Will really tick me off if suddenly they say hey, we missed this, simple procedure and your normal again...................grrrr.
    I don't think that there is any surefire cure for compromised digestive systems. It happens to many people once their older than dirt. The body has trouble digesting dairy, grains, meat, cruciferous vegetables, makes a person wonder how you even stayed alive this long. Enzymes give you a helping hand digesting certain food groups depending on what kind of enzyme that you use. You definitely have to do your research. The good thing is that all/most of the enzymes that they use are healthy and many manufacturers have quality products with NO additives of ANY kind, which is the most important thing. Plus testing, certifications, and gov't inspections/oversight if that means anything to ya. If you love donuts like me, you have to load up on certain enzymes that help digest plants/grains, hence flour, hence, gluten...………...I don't think I'll ever get along with dairy again. I eat a lot of stews, mainly beef stew. You get protein from the meat, of which their isn't a lot, just enough to flavor, and you get lots of carrots and celery, which are both good fiber, and potatoes which are mild on the gut with lots of potassium. Vegetable soups are good too if you like that sort of thing. Kind of ruined the vegetable thing for me, since I can't have butter......……….The wifey is a soup and stew Nazi...……………...A friend of mine had pretty much all of his colon removed because it wasn't working well anymore. He suffers from the same issues that everyone else deals with. He takes enzymes, prebiotics, probiotics, vitamins, grows his own vegetables, gets exercise. I think if it's in your genes, it's in your jeans......…They remove the bad part but the issues remain. So, we all try what's available in search of the holy grail...…………………………………….it's that medical terminology, " Getting old sucks"...…………..

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    Donuts.........lots of sugar and fried......something to be avoided.

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    Enzymes..... is that what’s changing in my wife that causes those things she calls HOT flashes?

    She either freezes me out of the house or roast me. No happy medium....

    By the way if she sees this post I’m telling her you all hacked my login and did it because mood swings come with those Hot flashes.
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    We got your back pal. Hackers got a lot of time to hack these days. Could happen to anyone.
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    Cue sound of Head slap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Enzymes..... is that what’s changing in my wife that causes those things she calls HOT flashes?

    She either freezes me out of the house or roast me. No happy medium....

    By the way if she sees this post I’m telling her you all hacked my login and did it because mood swings come with those Hot flashes.
    That's one of the first things my father taught me about women...…………..when it's 76 they're hot and when it's 75 they're cold.

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