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Re: Colonoscopy next week, when should I start Paragone cleanse?


Hi curability ,Hi geoff1981,

Yes, all snacks and all meals include proteins.

The basic rule is to eat 3 meals at set time and three snacks at set time too in a predictable manner.

A woman should eat bw 50-60grams of protein a day and a men bw 60-75 grams depending if you are active or not, recovering from surgery etc...

Basically you need to always balance a portion of protein with a complex carbohydrate rich in fiber.

I went to see a nutritionnist which advised me to eat at least 2-3 onces of protein at meal time and 1 once at every snack including before bed time combine with equal amount of complex carbohydrates (for every once of protein (1 portion) you eat 15 grams(1 portion) of carbo with good fibers.

Snacks could be: 1 once of cheese with an apple, soy grains with carrot sticks,nuts and a fruit /or veggy,1/2 a wheat pita with hoummous, 3/4 cup of popcorn with cheese (it has lots of fiber), a glass of 2% milk (it has both carbo and protein and the fats slows its absorbtion), 1 cup of soy milk and a fruit, slice of ezekiel bread and a table spoon of peanut butter...

The main goal is to slow absorbtion of Sugar with protein, fiber , or fat (avocado is a good source).

As a general rule fruits should be eaten with other foods(never alone) and only one portion at a time, no more than 3 a day and usually not at night as it is absorbed too quiclky and might cause rebound hypoglycemia.

It might sound a bit complicated but it is only a matter of balancing your choices during your meal so that your blood Sugar is steady. Eating all day is not the answer...

As for the test: the main test is "5 hours glucose tolerance test": the 3 hours version exists but if your body compensates with adrenalin, it might not pick up the hypoglycemia.

Personnaly I did not do the test, because after reading about it, it explained that for some poeple it is a matter of 'speed" of the Sugar drop that make them hypoglycemics and for other with chronic fatigue (addrenal issues) it might just be that the entire curve is below the range...

Therefore, you need knowlegable doctors specialised in hypoglycemia to tell you there is something wrong otherwise they will say you have nothing..
I had my share of that!

A glucose meter might be helpful...
you may even do your own GTT test by taking a very sugary meal in a specific quantity and testing blood sugar fasting and then at every hour and noting your symptoms.

Hope it is helpful!

P.




 

 
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