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Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by janet, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. janet

    janet

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    I'd done a search for betaine HCI and it led me to this site - I found very little relating to customer reviews to see how they found it but there was some good info on here plus there was info on IBS and candida - I suffer from constipation which has been a huge problem for me but I'm getting there
     
  2. justy

    justy Senior Member

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    I'm glad that you have found useful information on here.
    Best wishes, Justy.
     
  3. janet

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    There is a lot of good information and what I liked was information that I'd not found on other sites especially with regards to the section on IBS, candida etc. and I like to hear reviews comments from real people - sometimes I'm sure some of the testimonials for products are made up. Trouble is with this site so much information and not enough time to get through it all - your day could just go - I know I've lost a couple of evenings of late! Good though!
     
  4. Valentijn

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    I used to be able to handle a bit of gluten, but I can't anymore. Every a very very small amount will cause stomach itching and some swelling all over my body (not just stomach bloating). If you're having an immune reaction to gluten or anything else, I think it's very important to avoid it completely.
     
  5. janet

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    I know if I eat nuts, seeds, yoghurts - to name but a few things, I can have a tiny amount before I get face bloating and puffiness yet tests showed I was neither allergic or sensitive to all of the above and was just told to not eat them every day - sort of a build up in my system. I've been told so much different and conflicting information throughout the years I just listen to my own body because I know it so well. But I would like to get to the bottom of why I get this bloating, why I get the face bloating eating certain foods - OK I know certain foods I can't have because I do react i.e. tight chest, spaced out feeling, chills, joint pains which can come on pretty quick so I avoid and any new food I've not had for a while or before is introduced in the tiniest amount.
    What I don't understand is there is not a common denominator in any of the foods that is a link well I can't see one i.e. what is the link between nuts and yoghurt. I eat so simple and so plain it gets quite boring so good job I'm not a foodie and I eat to live not the other way round.
     

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