>can't eat any animal proteins (makes me poop blood)>can't eat any fats/oils (steatorrhea)>can't eat any wheat (inflammatory)>can't eat any nuts (scratches intestines)>can't eat any dairy (bloats me up)>can't eat any spices (irritates intestines)all i can eat are salted steamed/baked vegetables with a few fruits. anyone else suffering with me?
seek mental health treatment
>>19313287You should eat the shaft of a steel knife.
>>19313287Try pearl barley with steamed carrots
>>19313287I have MCAS and have a reaction to just drinking water. I hate eating anymore. I only come here out of loneliness and to pretend like nothing is wrong.
>>19313340>I have MCAS and have a reaction to just drinking waterwhat's that? do you panic from drinking water?
unironically OP the vaxx ruined you
You'd be dead if you are only fruits and vegetables for half a decade. Your dick would probably stop working by year 2.
This is what the welfare state has created. Soft shit genetics subhuman tier people like op and their parents should have died off long ago.
>>19313383you mean "vax"? there's no reason to put 2 xs
>>19313287>>19313340How did these things happen to you, help us avoid your fate old man
>>19313402avoid.... the..... seed... oils.....>BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP
>>19313381Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. My body just reacts like it's allergic to everything. After drinking water I feel hot and my face gets red, lips peeling, itching, and I get a rash around my mouth. Happens with everything. Makes me panic a little I guess, and I have another condition that makes my heart rate go up when my stomach is full which doesn't help.>>19313402I have a genetic connective tissue disorder called Ehlers-Danlos. Some people have said they developed MCAS after having COVID or getting vaccinated though.
>>19313501Your only condition is the mental illness making you imagine these things. I feel bad for you. Hope you figure it out before years of malnutrition fucks you up.
>>19313501how many years do you have left?
>>19313287Dysgenics like you belong on a cross
>>19313509It's been confirmed by a doctor, I didn't just diagnose myself. Had tests showing problems with my organs from it.>>19313515I'm not sure. It's not supposed to affect your lifespan that much but my quality of life is really bad in my 30s and I don't seem to respond well to treatment.
>>19313535guess i am living like a king compared to you. is there really nothing that you can eat which gives a minimal reaction?
>>19313501you sound like a burden to those around you and a waste of medical resources. you really ought to kill yourself
>>19313578Some things are worse than others and I just try to avoid those. But since plain water makes me react that way it seems like everything will.>>19313587Thanks, I've thought about that. I've been told I've saved multiple lives after helping people who were having medical emergencies, and been told by others I gave them a reason to live when they wanted to die. Do you think that makes up for it?
>>19313622>Do you think that makes up for it?it sounds like you are worth more than the ham planets screaming at you
>>19313622>plain waterWhat sources of water have you tried, have you tried anti inflammatory supplements and foods?
>>19313287Luckily for you, most or all of these are made up.
>>19313662Thanks Anon, reading that made my eyes tear up a little.>>19313662Tried tap, filtered tap, purified bottled water, and distilled. Same reaction to all. I really like turmeric and add that to almost everything I eat now, I think it helps a little. I wish I could find fresh more often because it tastes really different from dry.
If you can only eat vegetables, you should look up what vitamins vegans tend to be deficient in.Vitamin B12 comes to mind. If you can get a supplement for this, it would probably be good for you.If you can't eat wheat, what about rice, beans, potatoes, and buckwheat? Those would add some variety to your diet.So dairy makes you bloat and then poop blood, since it has animal proteins? Sounds tough, will you get better?Consuming anti-oxidants seems like it would reduce problems caused by inflammation
>>19313501do you have the stretchy EDS skin?i thought i might have it because i have a few of the symptoms (double jointed, crowded palete, possibly stretchy skin but not sure) but don't seem to have the big ones (chronic pain, heart issues).
>>19313872Yeah I've got the stretchy skin. Some of my family members are like that where they have a couple symptoms but nothing that affects them much. I just got unlucky and have most of the symptoms together. If those are your only symptoms then you probably just want to make sure you take care of your joints now so they don't cause too many problems as you get older.
>>19313287I pretty much can't eat at the moment. I've got some kind of internal prolapse that's blocking up my rectum (I know what you're thinking, but I hadn't crammed anything in a long time)I got a picc line in my arm a few months back while my useless gastroenterologist was working me up for literally everything but this before it became clear to me that this is what it is, the useless faggot referred me to psychiatry because he couldn't find anything even though I'm literally stuck eating through a vein at this point. It's been progressively worsening for over a year now. Gotta get a defecogram and see a colorectal surgeon now, but until then the bloating is just insane and constant even without eating anything.So yeah I'm suffering with you alright.
>>19314023it's all in your head, psychiatry is right
>>19313287sorry to hear about your pathetic genes OP please don't pass them on tho
>>19314023>I'm literally stuck eating through a vein at this pointget that sorted asap cause it slowly kills your liver
>>19313287Uhh I'm ill too and allergies were killing me as a kid. I'm ill in a different way. Just... try different things and eventually life will be over in a good way.
>>19313287>>19314023>>19313340>>19314061Don't entertain the demons in this thread trying to torment you, anons. Psychiatric drugs do anything but help. The only "good" thing they can do is numb the pain and make you forget, but they will not solve the problem unless you take them for life and, well, that's no solution. More often than not they leave you with crippling side effects and withdrawals which can last for years. I am sorry to hear you are dealing with this stuff.I cannot promise you it will get better in this life, because this world is predicated on pain and imperfection and we should not aspire to remain here, but I can say that there is significant hope for improvement if you look into the art of prolonged fasting. By not eating, and resting completely, you are reallocating resources which are ordinarily spent on digesting food (extremely energy-intensive), and all that comes with it, towards healing and repairing.Consider this: The body is already acutely aware of what problems plague it, and what actions to take to solve those problems. In fact, it is in a constant state of troubleshooting (healing wounds are a great example of this; you can speed wound healing up with nutritional supplementation and topical treatments, but ultimately your body is doing all the heavy lifting). The thing is, the body needs to be provided the conditions to heal. When you enter a fasted state—provided you rest, remain hydrated, and get fresh air and sunlight—your body can begin to work on these things, although it may take a long time.It's easy to think you have to look outside of yourself to find healing, but what makes the most sense to me is that healing comes from within. Having to sweep the Earth for some chemical to put in your body to alleviate your problems, although it can work if you're lucky, seems inconvenient to me; I think there's a system in place to take care of these things regardless of where you find yourself, and that is fasting.
>>19314080BUT, don't trust me. Do your own research. Plenty of good resources I can recommend, though, like Herbert M. Shelton.I hope you feel better soon. This world might just be something we just have to get through, but it's important not to let it break you as it has broken some of the people in this thread.
>>19314087not enough people allow Jesus to take some of the burden off them
>>19314080>When you enter a fasted state—provided you rest, remain hydratedFasting helps me, but only dry fasting. After a 3 day dry fast all of my symptoms were reduced, and they weren't so bad for a couple days when I started eating again. But it only seems like a temporary fix, and it's hard to keep doing that. I feel even lonelier when fasting like that because I have even less energy to try and interact with others. You seem very kind. I appreciate that. Thank you.
>>19314125Agreed. Don't be afraid to call on His name for help. And even if you don't believe in Jesus Christ or God (it's very difficult to do for a lot of people; it just doesn't make sense if you don't have your "spiritual glasses" on), just look around you. This world has good in it even if the bad tends to outweigh it, and you know there is good in you, especially if you've ever been downtrodden. That's evidence, at least to me, that benevolence exists.The demons, whether you think they are spiritual or figurative, want to torment you to suicide. Don't let them. Positive affirmations only.>>19314132>and they weren't so bad for a couple days when I started eating again.This sounds like a really good sign that they can abate more permanently if you commit to longer fasts, if you ask me. What is the longest water fast and dry fast you've done?I understand how it feels, though. It's very taxing mentally to fast; either you're around people and are being tempted by food (ideally you should never have food around you while fasting, because if you open the door to temptation it takes iron will to force it back out again), or you're lonely. Having access to a computer helps a lot to distract yourself while fasting, in my experience. I would go to a retreat (only one that I can think of that is good, but I don't wanna shill anything), but they cost a ton of money and the reason fasting is so amazing is that it's free.Personally, I had a lot of success fasting dry, but having small drinks in between dry periods. So, days 1-5 dry, days 6-7 drinking water, only to go for another five days dry. This might work for you!There are also more unorthodox means of fasting for the very desperate, such as what John W. Armstrong wrote about in his book, but I wouldn't recommend that to anyone who hasn't done their research on it as it's very extracurricular.You deserve to live free of pain, anon. I wish you the best.
>>19314189not him, but would fasting help with a bad gut microbiome? that's the main problem i have, and it doesn't make sense that fasting would change it
>>19314197As I understand it, it helps with everything, even the microbiome. I cannot lie and say I know exactly how it helps with the microbiome, but I can say that my digestion and gut (as well as other areas like the nose and skin which rely on a healthy balance of bacteria) feel much better than before, and many people report improvements in the gut after a couple of days to a couple of weeks of fasting. It might take a while, and a lot of experimentation with diet, to manifest change for yourself, though.A great way to get the right kind of stuff into your microbiome is by avoiding antibiotics to the best of your ability and eating whole, unprocessed foods that contain probiotics. ACV can be helpful, but be skeptical of yoghurt unless it's unpasteurized and you know where it came from. Also, I'm not advising any particular way of eating, but raw fruit and berries contain high amounts of good bacteria and taste great.Since a lot of the people in this thread have problems with a lot of foods, fasting can be really helpful. In Shelton's books, there are many cases of people who were unable to keep food down, or who were only able to eat select foods because they were "safe," who fasted and saw complete recovery. Just remember that this world is imperfect and do not expect a miracle in a short time. Faith in the process and consistency is crucial to survival.
>>19314223>avoiding antibioticsheh, i'm on them right now because i got salmonella and it got too bad. on the bright side, the bad gutbiome is killed by it too so i can probably fix it all with a probiotic diet
>>19314227Haha, damn. Well, yes, the body can absolutely repopulate itself if it's given the right building blocks.But yes, don't sleep on fasting for the microbiome and for problems like OP is having, as many people have been helped by it when they were on their last legs. I believe there are even studies that show it has a very positive effect on the microbiome, and most of them only record intermittent fasting, not prolonged fasting.I don't suppose it needs to be mentioned that fasting is not the same as starving. You will not begin starving until all of your fat stores have been depleted, which can take months depending on how active you are while fasting and how much fat you're carrying.
>>19314243Also, a lot of thinner people carry visceral fat, and can actually go far longer without food than they think they can. Anyone trying to scare you into the erroneous belief that fasting kills you very easily by starvation is either lying or likely hasn't done a lot of research. Most people starting out fasting will not even have the mental fortitude required to make it long enough for it to be harmful, and even if they do the body will give clear signs that it is time to start eating again. As long as you take things slow and are careful to listen to your body, and you do not dehydrate yourself completely (you can go without water a lot longer than you think you can if you live in a mild or cold climate, but inexperienced fasters shouldn't really go any longer than a couple of days without water).The safest kind of dry fast is one where you go dry for a couple of days to a week, then hydrate, and then go dry again. That way, you're getting the benefits of dry fasting but you're also staving away the risk of total dehydration. Do your own research, though, and don't listen to me. That's the only way you can trust this information to be true.
>>19313501are you sure you dont just have bedbugs or something?
>>19313535guess it's time to try alternative chinese medicine. no, I am not joking.
>>19314275make sure to mention refeeding syndrome. i heard someone died when they ate fried chicken after a 20+ day fast
>>19313501>my heart rate go up when my stomach is fullThat's not a condition, that's normal. Everyone's heart rate increases as you eat. Your body pumps blood to the stomach to start digestion.
>>19313287eat bean and tomato stew.Very tasty
>>19314336Good point. I should have mentioned that (though the author I recommended does stress it in his books, to be fair). It's absolutely crucial to eat the right things when coming off a fast. Light, hydrating foods which support digestion such as raw fruit or bone broth are ideal. I broke all of my fasts on raw fruit and felt very good. Also, you must take it slow. Aim to refeed for at least a week, and do not return to your old eating habits unless you want to light all of your progress ablaze. Reintroduce foods gradually, and track how they make you feel.
>>19314279I'm sure. The symptoms are less severe when I eat less. >>19314311I tried looking into it a long time ago before I knew what I had. People are told to avoid high histamine foods with that condition and I saw similar advice before with traditional Chinese medicine and avoiding "hot" foods. I'm not sure what else it could help with though.>>19314353I know a certain increase is normal but it's gone from 60 to 130 and made me feel like I'm going to pass out. It's a form of dysautonomia which is more common in people with Ehlers-Danlos.
>>19314674>I know a certain increase is normal but it's gone from 60 to 130 and made me feel like I'm going to pass out. It's a form of dysautonomia which is more common in people with Ehlers-Danlos.Is it not? Pretty sure I've heard it from other people too who I assume had a healthy heart get decent jumps in their heart rate after eating too much. I can get pretty big jumps too but I'm an alcoholic. It usually also happens when I overeat and there was a high amount of sodium. So I've been trying to not eat till I'm stuffed and watch the sodium.Though I probably have some dysautonomia too because it can be caused by alcoholism.
>>19315294Yeah a certain increase is normal like the other poster said, it helps digestion. But I've experienced dizziness and shortness of breath even from small meals with fresh food and no added salt. Technically anything over 100 is considered tachycardia, and if it's more than doubling for an extended amount of time that's not normal. It also makes it harder for me to stand because that causes the same symptoms too.Alcoholism can cause it, especially if you're dehydrated. Try not to let it get worse because it's pretty miserable when it gets to this point.
>>19313287>can't eat any nuts (scratches intestines)Are you swallowing the shells with them? Or are you even chewing them first?
>>19313587i second this
>>19313622Dubs dont lie
>>19314275ikr, those turkish ppl were burried in rubble for like 5 days and they were fine.
>>19314058I know bitch I'm tryingThe one thing the sneed oil tards were right about... injecting them directly into your bloodstream every day will eventually give you a fatty liver after several years. Imagine that.
>>19314080This is in fact complete nonsense, especially when it comes to gut problems. Bowel rest may be indicated for inflammatory conditions sometimes, but generally not using your intestines for too long will in fact cause them to atrophy and become even less functional.
You need to go full Gerson and live on carrot juice, salad and potatoes for like a year.
Damn there's some real schizos on this board.
>>19316182>potatoes for a yearplease no, i am becoming so sick of them
>>193161954chan turned into an insane asylum run by the patients around when they made /pol/. They made it to act as a containment board until the whole Trump thing started, then it just became a hive for conspiratorial, retarded, delusional and cult like paranoid schizophrenics for some weird fucking reason because I remember when we all used to just like anime, video games and shitposting.
please don't have kids OP
>>19313340Have you tried omalizumab injections? I happen to know someone with that problem, and almost all of the allergy symptoms vanish with getting a monthly injection.
>>19313287learn how to make Indian food. I’m fairly sure all they really eat are veggies anyway
>>19317389>indian food>cant eat any spices
>>19313501how are your adhd, ocd, anxiety, depression, ptsd?
>>19316097>complete nonsenseThat is an opinion that you hold, and not necessarily fact, to be clear. I have undertaken four fasts without experiencing even an indication of intestinal problems except what I would refer to as healing pains, which only happened the first time around. My bowel health actually improved dramatically after my first one and has stayed more or less the same since. Herbert M. Shelton's books say pretty much the same thing, and there are dozens of testimonials to the healing powers of fasting online, especially for digestive problems. This shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, because by not eating you are giving your digestive organs a rest. Of all the health problems I see cured via fasting, digestive ones are the MOST common ones.You are welcome to have your opinion, but if I had to guess I'd say you have zero experience with fasting, and you should examine some of the material available, and maybe even try it yourself, before you pass judgement. To me, it's plain to see that we are designed to go without food for days and even weeks at a time; the reason we store fat is so that we can rely upon it as a source of fuel in times of scarcity. Spend some time thinking about it and you will see that it makes a lot of sense.Anyway, don't take my word for it—do your own fuckin' research, anons. Trusting yourself is worth its weight in gold. Don't let anyone drive you or tell you what to do. I'm just suggesting something to bookmark and look into for when you find yourself at your wits' end, because I truly believe this can save lives, and I don't want to be one of the pieces of shit on here who tells people to kill themselves or take toxic, potentially life-ruining pills in a serious thread when they can, in fact, do something about it. Anecdotes can be very valuable.
>>19315953And even longer. The body is economical in the sense that it does not consume vital organ tissue until it has exhausted its supply of fat and other forms of fuel.
>>19313287you sound like a failed evolutionary dead end. please do not breed.
>>19317354I haven't tried that. I had a bad reaction to the antihistamines I've tried so I was seeing how else I could manage it. Do you know if they've experienced any side effects? Thanks. >>19317406I'm always anxious and short of breath when regularly eating. I feel a little better for a while if I don't eat for a day or two but then I start to feel really sad from the lack of energy.
>>19318763It's not a traditional antihistamine from what she told me about it, and so far she's had no noticeable side effects with the injections, except for a headache after injecting the meds. There is apparently a risk of anaphylaxis right after an injection, but you're kept in observation for a short while after getting it. She's pretty much tried all other antihistamines with minimal to no help and a lot of side effects, and in comparison this is like a miracle drug to her.I'd suggest you do your own research, but your post caught my eye since she was also diagnosed with MCAS with suspect Ehlers-Danlos that is very resistant to regular antihistamine treatment. She'd get allergic symptoms to all sorts of nonsense; food, clothing, makeup, weather. Now she may get minor urticaria right before a new injection. I don't know your exact situation, but this may be something to bring up with a doctor in between your own research, and give it a try. Best of luck to you, shit sounds like hell.
>>19313408>randomly brings up seed oilsI legitimately feel so fucking superior to you faggots for dropping seed oils, they are literally rent free (and literally in your fucking brain because they can bypass the blood brain barrier) Feels so great
>>19319130why are you angry at me for agreeing with you?
>>19313501That’s so pathetic. We have like 3000+ years history and here u r lol.
>>19314042>>19314055Freud is right
>>1319222your post isn't good faith and is mocking people who don't want to eat seed oilsi'm not mad btw which is why i have no interest in giving you a you and continuing this """argument"""
>>19319109>She'd get allergic symptoms to...weather.That happens to me too. I read I need something other than an antihistamine because that's just one part of what causes the symptoms. I'll bring it up the next time I see my doctor.>Best of luck to you, shit sounds like hell.Thanks, and yeah 0/10 wouldn't recommend.
sounds like you should visit Canada for proper diagnostic :^)
>>19313287>anyone else suffering with me?Pretty sure anybody with all this going on has long ago killed themselves.You hang in there though!