Helleborus wrote:everything supplement-wise should come second to a foundation of healthy, whole, unprocessed, nutrient-dense, and preferably organic foods. so if you can take a look at your diet for zinc, magnesium and iron sources, plus any potential negative impacts on your absorption and retention of these minerals, this info should be worked into your personal plan for addressing nutrient issues.
Ok- I try not to eat much gluten. Organic food in Norway is expencive and I cant even find everything I need. I try to eat healthy.
Morning- half lemon squeezed in lukewarm water. 2 slices of finn crisp with butter and cheese or ham. Coffee with a little milk.
Lunch- vegetable soup- with kale , carrots, onions and differnet veggies.Coffee with milk.
snack, a banana or apple, mandarins etc
dinner- fisk 3 times a week ( salmon), red meat 1 or 2 s\days pr.week, . Chicken 2 times7 week. Fo rthe past 3 weeks I dont eat potatoes, pasta, rice , bulgur etc...
Late snacks- 2 finn crisp with cheese.
I try not to eat sugar in week days but in weekends , some dark chocolate.
How does that sound? Not good enough?
Helleborus wrote:Another thing that has showed up, Contact Hives. OMG- Iv been in the cosmetics industry for 13 years and never had a problem- now the dermatologist says that I have allergic contact urticaria. Im having so much truble to find a cleanser and some light make- up. Suddenly Im allergic to everything. is Hives a more common problem in MS patients?
BTW- No more rice crisps- only ones that are gluten free , I also eat red pepper everyday ( with some cheese) and Im getting iron shots in the near future
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