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Old 10-22-2015, 14:12   #11
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Here's another bit to add to the discussion. High carbs, and wheat in general, cause inflammation throughout the body. Going LCHF and eliminating grains can greatly reduce inflammation - perhaps it would help your condition overall.

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glucomannan is my favorite add-a-fiber. It is soluble, expands into quite a sponge when it gets wet. BUT, add it to soup or sauce and you get enhanced texture with no added flavor. I buy capsules. Break them open and stir them into liquids one at a time.

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Here's another bit to add to the discussion. High carbs, and wheat in general, cause inflammation throughout the body. Going LCHF and eliminating grains can greatly reduce inflammation - perhaps it would help your condition overall.
Inflammation seems to be the main trigger for a lot of health problems.

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Inflammation seems to be the main trigger for a lot of health problems
You can say that again! and again!

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