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Feeling Good – No Sugar, No Caffeine, No Alcohol, No Bread, No Dairy
Today is day two of our 30 day long diet.
I neglected to write up before what this is all about – but first, what is not allowed:
- No dairy, so no milk or cheese but butter is ok
- No caffeine, so no coffee or tea etc
- No sugar, so lots of crying, and sadly fruit is out, as are juices
- No yeasts, so no bread, no wheat, etc
- And lots of other things, too boring to mention; salt, alcohol, oats (my staple!), root veg. all sorts.
This is actually quite easy for me to do because I have done various fasts and such like many times – for the experience, and it is always good. For years I have not had any coffee, sugar or alcohol (excepting natural sugars in fruit). So I am already a freak!
How do we feel? Me: Slightly hungry but energised and in good spirits. Rachel: You will have to ask her, but she is the one going through withdrawl and wanting bread. It for her mostly that we are doing this – I am supporting and in the process eating less, exercising more and having fun, learning etc. No breakfast cereal, no pizza, no cheese, no cookies. That is a lot of powerful chemicals now being denied. Good for her!
Day One: Morning began with a glass of water followed by an hour of yoga. Then a walk for an hour.
- Then some pineapple.
- Lunch was a prawn, onion and broccoli stir fry, with lots of garlic
- Dinner was chicken with leeks and cabbage.
- Snacks in between were a few raw hazel nuts. I had a cup of Rooibos tea (healthy and no caffeine) and a glass of water with lemon. I also had chives, basel and rocket out of the garden.
(All fresh ingredients)
Starting to ‘detox’? (I just made a dash to the toilet at 3pm). The day being sunny began bright (at 4.30am), with a good walk (9am), which was supposed to be an hour but lasted three, due in part to calling in on a neighbour and friend, for an hour.
- Drinking water, with lemon but avoiding drinking during or an hour after eating.
- Breakfast was thus delayed until we returned from our walk. Eggs (three) cooked in olive oil. Ohhhh so tasty – like I’d just raided the nest (in hunter gatherer mode!). We eat organic, free range chicken eggs and should have our own hens laying but there is a problem to be explained another time.
- Lunch was millet, toasted then boiled, with courgette, chives, garlic and basel – oh and a bit of oliveoil and butter. It was an hour after teating this that I began to write this up and suddenly became aware of slight discomfort on my abdomen. Ahh, as I say, all good learning experiences!
These notes will continue (for my benefit but anyone can read, if interested) as the days progress. I’m not very preacticed in writing a diary – or log – so my apologies.
Rachel discovering Orkney
Rachel is trying to see if going without yeast and sugars / wheat etc (that feed yeasts in the gut) and dairy etc etc improves our health. We have read a lot and wanted to give this a try, and figure it will be a period of discovery and learning, no matter what.
To voluntarily go without is an interesting discipline in our western, affluent society – yet it feels so good, when you do it. ‘Less is more‘, so to speak. Or ‘you can have too much of a good thing‘, is another way of saying it. ‘We’ have it all in bucket loads, so society is full of bloated people, diseases of excess with our bodies from heart to pancreas to liver all suffering.
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Fatty deposits piling up around our waists and thighs. Poor skin, lethargy, depression, etc etc. From our heads to our feet we are struggling due to abuse and overconsumption. So, we are going without. It is easy to say it – a lot harder to do it! Especially if society is full of adverts for foods, if the shops only sell foods packed with sugar, salt, wheat and dairy, if all the people you know are drinking coffee, alcohol, tea. When chocolate is ‘your friend’. It is lonely to go your own way, to be different – so psychologically this is a big task, made harder because the chemicals that become addictive, such as sugar and caffeine are so influential on our moods and emotions.
So, this is day two part way through. More later.
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I, too, decided to give up sugar and caffeine for Lent (which started on Feb. 24). I have previously done juice fasts, but this is the first time that I have given up sugar AND caffeine together (I love to drink black teas with lots of sugar, and I have a big sweet tooth). I am in day 6 of my detox and it is not as bad as I have read, although my minor headaches are now over. I am not sleeping as well as I wanted for the past two nights. I am also blogging about my experiences.
Keep up the good work!
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I had a back injury, and to halt the inflammation I wqas put on a diet of no sugar, caffene, dairy, alcohol, wheat, soy, tomatoes and other nightshade vegetables, bell peppers, beef, pork, gluten of any kind, peanuts, or processed foods.
Mostly I have brown rice, and berries, leafy greens, some nuts, grapes, eggs, water, decaff green tea, almond and rice milk (unsweetened), feta cheese and goat cheese. I’ve been on it almost a month and a half, lost 10 lbs, and feel great.
Hi John, I was wondering for how long you kept this diet ,and what were the results. Thanks!
Wow, this is a great find. I was just told I am dairy intolerant. O.K. I get it . On top of that I can not eat sugar with grains. So now I’m not sure if I find a bread without sugar do I then have to make sure it has no dairy in it? Help, any ideas?
It’s so lovely to find a site as useful as this one! I am 20 years old and intolerant to sugar and wheat. In about April of this year my reactions to both suddenly spiked to such an extent that I realised I had to give them up completely – the consequences are just not worth it! As you said, it is a psychological thing to a large degree, a real battle of the mind. I have my good weeks and my bad ones, especially when all my friends can happily eat anything they want. My mom and brother also can’t have sugar due to a disease called Rikketsia. It took my mom 8 years to discover what it was, so it was a long process. She can’t have wheat or dairy either as she suffers terribly from all. My brother has it slightly easier, but still it has been hard to see him ill. His Rikettsia was diagnosed at the beginning of last year (I think it was), and besides it’s own symptoms, the giving up of sugar was hard for him, especially as he loved to drink when he went out (and as the socialite he is that was a lot:P)! I’m not sure if my intolerance is related to the disease – but when I’m ready I’ll check it out. The fact is that I’m still unable to have either sugar or wheat. There are those hard days, when you just want to give in – don’t pretend they won’t come!
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But if you have people around you who support you in giving up a food, voluntarily or involuntarily, it makes the world of difference. Sites like this help too. It can be hard when it feels like you’re doing this alone, and it is encouraging to find that other people have also given up certain foods too. I love the food diary of what you ate – it’s great to get different ideas – especially for those frustrating days when it feels like you can eat nothing!! I wish everyone the best in their diets, thank you for the blog and everyone who responded, God bless:)
hello sir…i have some questions…i am 17 and a wrestler…the weight limit is 285 and for some reason i cant get below 287…its so hard to eat healthy with all this bad stuff around…what should i do?
I am doing the same thing… But I am able to eat breads with no yeast, sugar, bla, bla like spelt or Kamuit… I have organic brown rice tortillas that are awesome too. Grapefruits and organic green apples are ok. And if u are dairy tolerant u should be able to have goat cheese. Super good with the green apple.
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It is so good to find this! I have been living without sugar, wheat flour, dairy, chemicals, coffee, and soy for most of my life. My kids eat this way, too, and I know it is hard for them to fit in. Does anyone know of a group out there that they could find friends like them? They feel so alone, and i am tired of having them feel dissapointed that there is noone out there like them. All of their friends hate our food, or take one polite bite and let the rest of the expensive whatever-it-is sit on the plate or in the cup (I started just serving her friends regular stuff after being burned too many times!) No one seems to eat vegetables or protien, it’s ALL junk. It’s so hard to watch today’s youth and their terrible diets. Anyone who knows of a group, please let me know. I may start one, if there is nothing out there 🙂 Thanks!
I went of coffee 3 months ago, then tea and chocolate and cocoa 2 weeks ago. ( was having desert spoons full of cocoa with lots of raw sugar and full, full, full cream milk) 2 weeks ago, as I was desperate to stay married and stop yelling at my husband. mum says that she likes me more now, and husband has started to listen to me instead of tuning me out (thus most of the yelling…).
I am still enormously bloated and fat. so went off wheat, and trying hard to come off milk, which is even harder than coming off sugar, ow, ow, ow ow.. that is painful too. but I have started to go for walks and while on them, deciding to go further and longer, which is very strange for me. I still have iron every so often or else I go to pale and uninteresting, and magnesium, which helps. it helps to read up on the anti sugar, wheat and milk sites. and I dismiss the usual party line paid by food company’s articles. doctors bury their mistakes, and I have outlived a lot of people…this is not a one off, temporary cleanse. I have been going through a grieving stage, tears, even, leaving my drugs, but they are drugs…
all the best to everyone’s cleansing endeavours.
Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar Diet
Can a garcinia cambogia and apple cider vinegar diet give you more weight loss? Garcinia cambogia is a popular weight loss supplement, praised and recommended by TV's most famous doctor to be the " Holy Grail " of weight loss. But can it give you even more weight loss? The answer is a resounding YES.
The powerful combo of garcinia cambogia extract and apple cider vinegar may seem strange, but this amazing weight loss duo can give you double the weight loss with no side effects.
Apple cider vinegar is a known preventive and curative natural remedy for a multitude of ailments, but it's also a powerful weight loss aid that promotes natural and healthy fat burning. When taken with garcinia cambogia supplements, the results can be incredible – boosting the effects of garcinia cambogia and giving you fast, effective, and safe weight loss.
Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss Combo: What's the Fuss All About?
When Dr Oz's garcinia cambogia first came into prominence, tens of thousands of people rushed to their nearest health stores to get their hands on this fat burning and appetite suppressing weight loss solution.
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The reason was the endorsement of Dr. Oz, as well as the countless scientific studies that seemed to prove the extract's incredible ability to help people lose weight. Many celebrities have also been revealed to use the supplement to support their exercise regimens, their post-pregnancy weight loss journeys, as well as beat the struggles of obesity.
Apple cider vinegar, on its own, is also known to be a powerful natural weight loss aid, helping to burn calories and suppress appetite. When both are taken together, their weight loss benefits are taken to the next level, as they complement each other. Apple cider vinegar cleanses the digestive system, so the compounds of garcinia cambogia extract are fully absorbed by the body.
In a way, the powerful, yet safe, combo boosts each other's weight loss benefits. Both burn fat tissues, both boost metabolism, and both suppress the appetite. Both also come from natural sources, and both have little to no side effects.
So, what's the fuss all about? Simple – this effective weight loss duo helps you get the body you've always wanted in as little as 4 to 12 weeks. Results vary, based on your lifestyle, your genes, and your diligence in taking the supplement and drinking the apple cider vinegar mixture.
What Do Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar Have to Do with Each Other?
Apple cider vinegar is one of the most studied beverages in the world. A drink made from fermented apples, it features a pungent and tangy odor and flavor, yet many people gulp the vinegar daily. Its purpose as a vinegar may have been to be used for cooking or as a dressing for salads, but countless scientific studies have revealed its incredible health benefits that are hard to deny.
When fully produced as apple cider vinegar, according to the US Department of Agriculture, it is made of 93% water, and the rest carbohydrates that contain pectin and a combination of 19 minerals, which include iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and many others.
In short, apple cider vinegar is a nutrient powerhouse. It's also a probiotic – helping to improve digestion and ridding the intestines of bacteria and toxins. It helps a healthier body and mental well-being.
Role of Apple Cider Vinegar in Weight Loss
One Japanese study reveal that, between two groups of subjects (one group drank apple cider vinegar regularly and the other group didn't), the group who drank ACV (apple cider vinegar) had comparatively lower body mass index, smaller waist circumferences, and less visceral fat deposits.
In another Japanese study by Yamashita et. al, studies by Fushimi et. al. reveal that the acetate acid content in ACV inhibits the process called lipogenesis, which is the process, involved in the conversion of simple sugars into fat deposits. The acetate acid content in ACV was also discovered to stimulate fat oxidation, which, in simpler terms, is the breakdown of fat tissues.
2. Metabolism Boost:
ACV, as a probiotic, is known to aid in proper digestion. When proper digestion occurs, food doesn't stay long in the stomach, which means it is expelled through bowel movement, or carbs are used for energy. Unused carbs don't linger thus; they are not converted into fat deposits.
ACV does this by increasing metabolism in the body.
3. Appetite Suppression:
Apples naturally contain pectin and acetic acid. With apple cider vinegar, the amount of pectin present is increased, and this leads to the feeling of being fuller for longer. Pectin increases satiety, or the level of satisfaction you have from food. So even though you've only consumed little, you will feel full right away, reducing your calorie intake; and helping you lose weight.
ACV is also known to reduce water retention, preventing the look and feel of being bloated.
How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss
Apple cider vinegar is easily available from just about any supermarket.
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You can find it in the vinegar or condiments section, and it's affordable. Drinking ACV before meals is ideal because you want to take advantage of its ability to suppress appetite. So right before you eat your meals, drink the vinegar so you won't eat as much.
But because ACV is highly acidic, it is not advisable that you drink it in its concentrated form. Drinking it this way can lead to side effects, such as tooth enamel erosion, headaches, upset stomach, and mouth or throat burn. You have to dilute the vinegar so your body can take it.
How to Drink Apple Cider Vinegar:
- >Dilute the vinegar in a ratio of 10:1 – 10 parts water and 1 part ACV.
- >Once you've diluted the vinegar, you can drink it as is or add honey to add some sweetness or flavor.
- >Drink it a few minutes before eating your meals.
- >You can drink it 3 times a day.
- >When taking garcinia cambogia supplements, drink the mixture as you take one capsule.
You can also dilute ACV in juice or any healthy drink, such as tea. It is important to note that, although the vinegar is completely safe to drink, those who have allergies to apples or acetate acid must refrain from drinking it.
Reasons Why Apple Cider Vinegar is Your Weight Loss Best Friend
AVC and garcinia cambogia supplements work to give you safe and effective weight loss, without diet or exercise. This reason is enough to make you want to get up and head to your nearest supermarket or health store to get your hands on these natural weight loss solutions.
You don't need to go on a diet since both weight loss aids will help you suppress your appetite. So, if controlling your food consumption is the biggest obstacle in your mission to having a healthier body, then this powerful combo will do the job for you.
Other reasons are as follows:
- They're an easy and quick daily weight loss routine.
- They're healthy approaches to weight loss since they're made from natural sources.
- They both have no reports of severe or adverse side effects.
- They complement others' weight loss mechanisms.
- They both suppress the appetite and naturally reduce calorie intake.
In short, apple cider vinegar is an easy and fast way to lose weight since it can be added to your daily routine without much lifestyle change. All you have to do is add it to water or juice, drink it as you take garcinia cambogia, and you're good to go. Both natural weight loss aids will immediately help you lose weight.
Although the weight loss you'll probably notice will be gradual, the results are worth the simple addition to your diet, as it doesn't require any other effort from you. No special diets and no exercise – they simply work in your body to give you natural weight loss.
Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar Diet: The Bottom Line
Apple cider vinegar is known for its long list of healthy benefits that prevent and/or cure many ailments. This simple home remedy, when taken with garcinia cambogia supplements, becomes a weight loss powerhouse because both complement each other's capacities to give you a healthier and slimmer body.
Think of it this way: ACV suppresses your appetite and burns fat. Garcinia cambogia does the same. As a probiotic, ACV cleanses your stomach and intestines of bacteria and toxins, clearing the way for more nutrients to be absorbed by your body. With a healthier digestive system, the effects of garcinia cambogia are better enjoyed by your body.
All you need to do is use the diluted apple cider vinegar and take your garcinia cambogia, and that's it.
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It's simple and quick – giving you the ultimate home solution to weight loss without drastic changes.
Gallbladder removal - laparoscopic - discharge
Laparoscopic gallbladder removal is surgery to remove the gallbladder using a medical device called a laparoscope.
When You're in the Hospital
You had a procedure called a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Your doctor made 1 to 3 small cuts in your belly and used a special instrument called a laparoscope to take out your gallbladder.
What to Expect at Home
Recovering from laparoscopic cholecystectomy will take about 1 to 3 weeks for most people. You may have some of these symptoms as you recover:
- Pain in your belly. You may also feel pain in one or both shoulders. This pain comes from the gas still left in your belly after the surgery. The pain should ease over several days to a week.
- A sore throat from the breathing tube. Sucking on ice chips or gargling may be soothing.
- Nausea, and maybe throwing up. Your surgeon can provide you with nausea medicine if needed.
- Loose stools after eating. This may last 4 to 8 weeks. However, in some cases it can last longer.
- Bruising around your wounds. This will go away on its own.
- Skin redness around your wounds. This is normal.
Start walking after surgery. Begin your everyday activities as soon as you feel up to it. Move around the house and shower, and use the stairs during your first week home. If it hurts when you do something, stop doing that activity.
You may be able to drive after 2 or 3 days if you are not taking strong pain drugs (narcotics). You may lift 15 pounds (7 kilograms) or less. DO NOT do any heavy lifting or straining for the first 1 to 2 weeks.
You may be able to go back to a desk job within a week. Talk to your health care provider if your work is physical.
If sutures, staples, or glue were used to close your skin, you may take off the wound dressings and take a shower the day after surgery.
If tape strips (Steri-strips) were used to close your skin, cover the wounds with plastic wrap before showering for the first week after surgery. DO NOT try to wash the Steri-strips off. Let them fall off on their own.
DO NOT soak in a bathtub or hot tub, or go swimming, until your doctor tells you it is OK.
Eat a normal diet. You may want to avoid greasy or spicy foods for a while.
Go for a follow-up visit with your provider 1 to 2 weeks after your surgery.
When to Call the Doctor
Call your provider if:
- Your temperature is above 101°F (38.3°C).
- Your surgical wounds are bleeding, red or warm to the touch or you have a thick, yellow or green, or milky drainage.
- You have pain that is not helped with your pain medicines.
- It is hard to breathe.
- You have a cough that does not go away.
- You cannot drink or eat.
- Your skin or the white part of your eyes turns yellow.
- Your stools are a gray color.
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