boxhill wrote:Well, some of that is actually a matter of opinion. For a while, anyway, you will need to eat a low residue diet, which means eating the things you supposedly aren't suppose to eat. I found that for quite a long time when I ate salad, beans, and other high-fiber things it went straight through me in an hour or less. And in identifiable form.
michelle c wrote:Hi there,
I was you in 2009 and I’m still here! I have not given up red meat, I love it and it is very nutritious. I don’t believe it causes cancer but that’s my opinion. Probably best to limit refined sugar and refined grains, vegetable oils (not olive oil) and trans fats if you want to change your diet and if you consume a lot of it. Exercise is recommended too. I know it’s hard but try not to stress too much and stay away from Dr Google, it only heightened my anxiety. Best wishes to you
Mugenabe wrote:Thanks Michelle. Yeah, I think the last few days I’ve calmed down a bit in thinking I have to basically turn vegan if I want to live. Dr google was starting to stress me out. It wasn’t until I started reading people’s stories on this form that I started having hope that there is a fighting chance, regardless of what stage they say I’m in.
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