Atoq wrote:Hi! A lot of people do not digest milk (lactose) after they are 12. I had a genetic test showing that I am in the group of people who should limit milk intake to one glass a day. Actually, I drank a big latte each day at work and did not have any problems. But when I got the cancer simptoms, the doc thought it might be lactose intolerant and did the test.
How is it going with training?
susie0915 wrote:I have found that dairy causes me gas pains also. I will use gas X and it helps. I try to stick with non dairy creamer. Sometimes hard cheese will cause gas as well.
Funny you should bring up dairy. I have been avoiding it but Sunday after church I tasted a little bit of my daughter’s milk shake. It tasted so good that I had a little more... I think I may have invented the best tasting colon prep. It definitely cleared things out!
Glad you are able to continue training. I just got done coaching middle school Nordic skiing. Skiing sure is easy on the joints. Today I am going to restart running and really can’t wait!
Atoq wrote:That was really good news! I am glad for you!
I have my scan in March, 6 months from the last.
All the best
NHMike wrote:Saw the Oncologist this morning. Scans were clean and I assume that bloodwork was too as he didn't mention it. He asked how I was doing and I showed him the VO2Max stuff and he asked some questions about the tracker. He said next visit is 6 months. So 1.5 years of 3-month and I guess 6-months for a while and then maybe 12.
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