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  • Cme
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    Just saw this. Many thanks for taking the time to reply to me. I am getting my head slowly slowly round this diet.

    Cme.

    Cme
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    Thank you for taking the time to reply to me!

    Cme
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    Hej Bocote

    Thank you so much for your reply. I didn’t get a notification that you had replied to me. Not sure why. Anyway, thanks. Really appreciate your advice and input. Very happy to hear that LPR goes down as the body heals. Very reassuring. I also take D, magnesium and K1 and 2 but did not realise I needed to take potassium as well. Thanks. I’ll look into that.

    Cme
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    When is the app due? I wonder possibly in the future, if apps could be personalised per country. I am in Sweden and when I see Breyers Lactose-free ice-cream and no substitute, it stresses me out a bit. I am new to the diet and don’t want to make any mistakes (I suffer from LPR).

    Cme
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    I had the same question re Jasmine rice as I would like to gain some weight. I couldn’t understand the restriction on Jasmine Rice. Okay, so after the two week trial, I will up my Jasmin Rice intake and see what happens. Is this the right way to go? Hope so.

    Cme
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    Hi

    Thank you so much for your reply. My LPR started to go up after dinner last night. I wonder if it was the whipped cream that did it? Since there was no cheesecake or dinner was chicken with green beans

    Thanks

    Cme
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    Also, do you drink alcohol – which is allowed on the FTD?
    I have read that LPR can go into some kind of remission – has that ever happened to you?

    Thanks

    Cme
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    Hi

    Thanks for your response. No restrictive diet as such but I can confirm that I was skipping lunch at the time – not good I know. I can also confirm that yes I have always suffered from anxiety. It came in the form of chlostrophobia when I was a child and then completely went away (wrong spelling, I know). Then, as an adult I started having panic attacks – which went away completely with exercise and CBT. I feel that my condition now is definitely aggravated by anxiety BUT I must say that I strongly believe that the use of Naproxen, Flagyl and Blastocystis Hominis parasite are the cause of my illness. Will I ever be able to rectify this? I don’t know. For now, I have switched to a functional medicine doctor and am awaiting my comprehensive stool/urine tests to gain some insight into my guts. I’d like to ask you a question:

    How long did it take you before the FTD had any positive effect? Can you ever cheat? Have you narrowed out any particular ingredients that causes your LPR? I read on this forum that one person is sensitive to dairy and by taking out dairy completely – his LPR is cured.

    Thanks

    Cme
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    in reply to: LPR Diet #7250

    Hi
    I can’t locate your post ‘Fast Tract Forever’. Any chance you can help me to locate it? I would really like to read it. Thanks.

    Cme
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    Hi

    Did you get an answer to your question? I too would like to know how to measure a reaction to a certain food. Do you know instantly i.e. after eating that it’s causing LPR or can it take hours? Or to make matters even more complicated, is it a case of both 🙂 ? I had two slices of cheddar cheese this morning and felt myself refluxing into my throat an hour later? Or was it the smoothie with the yoghurt in it? (Both from the FTD meal plan for Day 1).

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