Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Carol
- Thanks Claudine...I needed that! Tact? No, my doc has none, but then
he's only 5' tall and probably weighs 90 pounds LOL.
I know you're right about the diet change. I just HAVE to bite the
bullet, starting tonight. I notice a difference in how I feel when I
eat a low fat diet. No-fat ice cream?? Where? What's it called? If
I can find it I'd suggest you all invest in stock.
I've read a lot lately about skim milk..it would be fine for this
household. My son needs to lose some weight too. I will switch, I
only use it for tea but that can add up.
I can't remember for sure what he said about inflammation, I think he
said there was little or none. My ALT level also dropped from my last
test, I think that Milk Thistle is helping. Maybe I haven't had hcv
for over 30 years, maybe it's been 4-5 years. I'll find out more
about that with the rest of the results.
Thanks a million for the encouragement. I will keep this email and
read it when I feel like cheating LOL. You are so right about a low
fat diet, it's better for us.
claudine intexas wrote:
> --- Carol <csean@...> wrote:
> > Went to my PC doc...he had some test results in.
> > Seems I have no
> > fibrosis yet which shocked me considering my 20
> > years of hard drinking
> > way back when..when life was more fun LOL. However,
> > my liver and
> > spleen are "fatty"...but then the Doc looked at me
> > and said so are
> > you. Hmmmm, insulted...yeah.
> Gee, he could have at least been a little 'tactful,
> lol! But that is great news that you have no fibrosis!
> Did he say how much inflammation was going on?
> Well, maybe it's time to go on a low fat diet, even
> though I HAVE seen studies that show there may not be
> a correlation between body fat and 'fatty' liver.
> Still, there is probably more of a chance it WILL
> help, than it won't, and fatty liver can cause a lot
> of problems too. I know it's hard at first, but
> non-fat stuff, like skim milk and non-fat ice cream or
> yogurt, CAN become acceptable. I read once (this was
> in an article about reg. milk vs. skim milk) that if
> you drink(eat) the new item (new being the non-fat)
> for two weeks, your taste buds adjust to the new
> taste, and it will start to taste 'normal' to you. So
> if you do make diet changes, give yourself that
> minimum of two weeks of eating/drinking the non-fat or
> low-fat item before you trash it. I have been on a low
> fat diet for many years now, and I am so used to it
> that if I eat something really greasy it will upset my
> stomach - my whole digestive tract I think! And, it's
> healthier for your whole body too, not just your
> Well, good luck! And let us know when you get the rest
> of your test results.
> Take care,
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- In a message dated 7/14/2004 12:07:29 AM Eastern Daylight Time, csean@...
Anne, liking ourselves is one thing.....loving ourselves unconditionally is
another....but I'm still working on that one myself lol. It's terrible that we
put ourselves last but I think that's cuz we're the "strong ones".
ps. Where do I buy that tree oil?
Loving ourselves unconditionally is something that we can only do when we
recognize that our strength is a gift from God. We make the mistake of thinking
that when we put ourselves on our own list, we should feel guilty. If we
don't take care of ourselves, "we ain't agonna be here a-tall". :-)))
Here, you can buy tree oil at GNC, believe it or not. If it's not in stock
they will order it for you.
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