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Okay, this probably seems like a silly and ignorant question, but I'm genuine in asking it. It seems the number one bit of advice is to change your diet. Some seem to claim that diet change alone can heal the fissure(s). But, if your BM are usuall
after going to my primary care physician for a complete physical - mainly to check my nuts out and to also take a peek at my slowly healing ass - he recommended to get on metamucil. as i am not fond of these OTC fiber supplements, as i do my best to at
I'm having a hard time coming up with different meals that are filling and don't cross the boarders of being bad for your hair. For breakfast I usually have eggs and fruit For lunch I have a turkey sandwich on sourdough And dinner varies. Just
While reading a bit about the Paleolithic Diet, which is where my diet is currently heading, I noticed this tiny afterthought in the diet's Wikipedia article. I'll quote it so you don't have to follow links: The Paleolithic diet has been criticized on
Does anyone who is doing this diet work 3rd shift?
Hi I thought Id share my current diet with you as you have a really good amount of experience/knowledge about healthy stuff. I'm losing hair since 3 years and I've started IH regimen since 2 years. I lost a lot but my scalp irritation is gone. Scalp
Just a quick question - How many Cruskits do you fit in? I've been having 2 but I'm wondering if that is too much =/ Thanks, Gretchen.