All About the Digestive System

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Got digestive problems? Take it easy on the veggies.
I have just done a bit of research about psyllium husk and not quite sure where to start. Movement Through the Small Intestine: Eliminating sources of insoluble fibre aka vegetables is a Band-Aid solution for a bigger problem and telling people not to eat vegetables sends a poor message. I know what to stay away from so that I am not in serious agony, but I still have trouble making it from , as an example, without having to be in the bathroom a lot, daily. I am 49 and really in the best health ever. I have had stomach pains after eating apples, bananas, and celery on a raw stomach for years.

Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

Digestive System II: The Lower Gastrointestinal Tract

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Tonight my dinner was steamed corn and peas, artichokes in vinegar, an avacodo and wild pink salmon canned. Live by what feels good and being open to following different ways of eating. I eat one large meal towards the end of the day.

Start my day with fresh lemons in water warm and room temp, never cold and fruit only until mid day with nuts and dried fruit until my meal.

I found a big difference when I ate fruit alone and first part of day. I am 49 and really in the best health ever. Listen to your body. Stay away from processed and read labels.

Less then five ingredients and they have to be real. Never things that say or include the word natural. I can also eat some goat cheese and some tofu but am having problems digesting all things soy, all legumes. Eating canned salmon agrees with me but not cooked.

I also eat a lot of potatoes and root veggies. I also try to include organic and definitely non gmo. Sorry for lengthy response but just wanted to say and show you have to listen to your body. Keep reading and learning. For those that ask, I am a whole food eater with celiac and lactose intolerant. I bring food to share wherever I go. Last night I brought roasted root veggies and halva.

My platters were first to go. Carry snacks with you at all times. Just came back from 2 months in India and made it work food wise. It has helped me in all aspects of my life. Thank you for writing such informative information concerning how those, like myself, have digestive issues with insoluble vegetables. By reading this article it made me realize why my digestive system reacts to insoluble vegetables the way it does.

Right now I am on a low residue diet and only eating soluble vegetables, mostly carrots and beets and finding my stomach so much happier. If only the doctor that cares for you would share what one should and should not eat when the digestive system is so delicate, not just during an occurrence of diverticulitis but afterwards as well. Keep your articles coming and thanks for all you do! Oh my God thank you for your article!!! But yep, tons of insoluble fiber on an empty belly, and always a variety.

I highly recommend Kefir to anyone experiencing digestive probs. Thank you for your article. I have been having issues with my stomach swelling for about 8 months now and I have not been able to pinpoint what it is. Lately I have been eating healthy I am not overweight, just getting closer to 40 and I am trying to be healthier. Every time I eat a salad I love salads my belly swells and I am gassy for days after. I believe it has to be the vegetables. When I eat cooked vegetables it is not so bad.

This really is no good because it takes away a lot of my quick healthy snacks and I love my snacks. Oh well, I guess. How about drinking a lot of water? I had a salad almost three years ago and that is the last time I have had anything except for potatoes since. That experience led to a lot of pain, severe dehydration, throwing up, and diarrhea. Though it may help some, not all people that will help. I started juicing a couple weeks ago and eating fresh veggies often.

It looks like that might actually be my problem! Thanks for the article. Only way I can eat most veggies and some fruit is by boiling them until they are limp and than puree ing them and making it like baby food. Most the people that have posted seem to be under weight and here I am about 80 pounds to lose.

Tho I eat very little as I have so many intolerances and bouts of bloating and diarrhea. Have a very hard time losing anything. Have a hard time eating anything. Something has to give. I also cannot eat most vegetables and most fruits. I am also lactose intolerant as well. No juice and no red wine. I need to lose about 80 lbs as well. I love tomatoes but when I have them even making a sauce I am in the bathroom for two days.

Thanks for the article on soluble foods and insoluble foods. I have very bad IBS, and I think raw vegetables really create havoc in my stomach. One thing for sure is that I have to lose weight. On wiki it says broccoli is a soluble fiber but here it says insoluble. I had HUGE histamine and food intolerances. Again, in 8 weeks of insulin I can eat as much canned fish as I want and drink red wine and gained all my lost weight back.

Point is, have you had your blood sugar tested? Hi, google high carb diet cures diabetes. Also google diabetes — disease of fat cells. I think it will turn your health and world around. Type one diabetes does not result from poor eating habits as Type two often does. I really wish Chris Kresser would address the problem of histamine intolerance and fermented foods.

For the last 8 months I have developed food sensitivies all over the place. I am down to meat and vegetables to control the dizziness from the histamine. I have been eating egg yolk, liver, beef, chicken. I am lined up with a Naturapath to get to the root cause, but it seems like forever for the appointment to get here. Sadly, I put a tsp of sauerkraut juice in my steamed greens today and felt the histamine right away.

I went to a GI to get some tests. I have pain on my left side high under the ribs. My allergist said, Candida overgrowth and the GI said, no, just take antihistamines and antacids and eat wheat every day. If I eat rice or oats and potatoes, then I feed Candida if I have it! What are the answers? Thinks It might be candida like you mentioned in lungs or track. I have a clean colonoscopy… I have to do three of the following… Oregano oil under my thong will help with candida issues.

Kale interferes with thyroid function and make you feel quite sick and tired. INQUIRE So far, The oregano oil is helping with candida issues… I started 4 drops under my tong once a day the burning is less acute… I will cook veggies for two weeks to see if it helps… I am a very healthy person… I should not be sick. For the fungi candida… You could take probiotic formula for the gut flora..

Please see your specialist or general practitioner. Seeking medical advice from a blog is really really wrong. Three different professionals could give you entirely contradictory advice. Each will charge you money for it. I saw at least 10 different specialists and M. None of them had a clue what was going on.

All they did was presribe more and more pills to treat the symptoms, not the cause which never worked. The doctors never even tried to find a cause and they certainly never looked at nutrition. Most of the people reading this blog HAVE seen many doctors, to no avail, and are now desperate. You should have a hair mineral analysis done through one of Dr. They do Nutritional Balancing Science and test the hair for necessary minerals and heavy metals. Little did I know that these things in the body are the cause for just about all ill health.

Once they get your personal test results, they tell you what supplements to take to change your body from within so it can heal from the inside out. It changed my health and my life. His website has hundreds of articles explaining almost every condition you could think of. I found the Blood Type Diet very helpful in determining the right diet for me. Every person I know who has tried it says it has worked for them.

For most people the complete elimination of gluten grains or grains in general as well as dairy alleviate a lot of their troubles. Then it was all down hill from there! Grease is NOT my friend.

Before I had my gallbladder removed I had been doing the Suzanne Sommers Diet and lost a temendous amout of weigh only to gain and then some back.

Now, my diet is meat, and bread; crackers, rice boiled veggies small amount. I get so bored with my diet, I just crave fruits and veggies! I forget about that awful gut wrenching pain I get when I eat fruits and veggies. I call it food amnesia. Just the other day, I had bought some carrots for my daughter to nosh on afterschool. I also had a juicer that I bought years ago and had never taken out of the box. I also used chia seeds that get a pocket of gel around them in the juice.

It worked for a while until I had a blowout and I never ventured back!! I just want my old stomach back, I just want to eat a freeekin salad!!! I am so bored with the food i am currently eating.

I go to the grocery store and wander up and down the isles trying to find something to eat. Please, if anyone can help with some IBS recipes that would be helpful! It has a great success rate for IBS sufferers. Your diet would still be restricted, but probably not nearly as much as it is now. It worked wonders for me. Check out this site for information and recipes: I use to be able to eat anything on the planet, with no problem. Until I started adult life. As the years, decades went by, along with more responsibility, diet priblems grew to my 1 concern.

After lots of trials and errors I have found 2 solutions. One is clocking lots of outdoor hours in my day. The second is lots of soluble fiber- apples, figs, beans,. Recently read there was a connection between sunlight into pineal gland, and gut health. I have noticed the same thing if I eat too many vegetables and I am generally someone who can eat just about anything.

As for the coffee, I never developed a habit, because the few times I tried it, my stomach quickly warned me not to finish the cup. I know tea has less caffeine than coffee, but my stomach starts to feel uneasy after a few sips of coffee and I can drink many cups of tea without issues, so caffeine does not seem to be the problem.

Is it the tannin? I was under the impression that tea contained a lot of tannin as well…. I love salads why does this happen. I have tried 3 different kinds of lettuce. Pat, Take the tomatoes out; it might be because of your blood type.

Or stop eating salad. Pat, I tried cucumbers while I was on an elimination diet and found I was very sensitive to cross reactivity with the cucumbers. I also ate the cucumbers. Check cucumbers in addition to tomatoes as they are very reactive. Hi — this has been very informative reading all your comments and realising that it is about finding what works for us. I have recently bought a nutri-bullet and having great smoothies with loads of fruit and added nutrition such as Macca, protein powder, hemp powder, chia seeds, spirilina added.

This keeps me going easily until lunch but I think I may be overdoing the variety of fruits in one go. I take digestive enzymes every day which helps and one thing that a nutritionist recommended which helped a great deal is linseeds — these need to be organic linseeds — make is Linusit Golden linseeds. I used to buy in the supermarket but now I can purchase this type on Amazon.

It is important you get the right type. Put some in a glass at night and put boiling water on them — allow to soak over night then drink down in the morning. Not very appetising so just open up and drink down. I hope each and everyone of you finds the answer as this is life-limiting eh? You can easily turn that into an appetizing pudding. If you can handle cocoa, just a bit of cocoa powder works wonders.

And use almond milk. Been having trouble for a long time now. Your article makes so much sense to me. I am now going to give it a go. This has helped me understand why I am feeling the way I do.

Thank you so much. I had to undergo a coloscopie French — I live in France a couple of weeks ago and one of the things I had to do on the run up to the procedure was to cut out all green veggies and no fresh bread. I was very mystified by this but now that you have explained it, it is all a lot clearer. Will endeavour to cut down on these in future and hopefully my gut will improve. I am a vegetarian by the way.

The only thing I have ever found to help with digesting vegs. But it does work. If you look at apes or gorillas, they seem to chew on the same plant leaf forever. Same with cows eating that grass. They chew and chew before swallowing. Years ago, I developed anorexia and bulimia to achieve. I seem to eat to access to achieve a calmer stomach. I always walked around tired, bloated and gassy. They are specific foods such as cashews, almonds, and coconut manna, salty things too.

In sum, many people has cured their disorders with this diet and achieved slim healthy figure with unlimited eating. I eat small salads with protein and snack on more veggies without the protein. Best of both worlds. Taking sodium bicarbonate helped at the worst times. Proteins can cause reflux if you have low stomach acid.

Hello, I am on my ninth day of the 30 day paleo challenge and seem to be fairing well. So far I have been unable to go off the Prilosec and would like to know if I should give it another week or so as I am going now or make a change. I am eating kale, brocolli, mushrooms, some fresh green beans, plenty of meats and eggs as well.

I do not believe I am eating more that 2 or 3 cups of those veggies a day and I usually cook them with my proteins. I am 51 in full menopause, exercise regularly strenght and cardio and am obese. I am healthy, no heart problems, blood pressure perfect, no diabetes or other health problems. Cholesterol controlled with Zocor. Thank you for any help you can provide, I greatly appreciate it.

Soon, I will cut it down to one every 3 days and do that for a month or so. Then one pill every 4 days for a month, etc. Those drugs suppress your stomach acid and when you stop taking them, your stomach over-reacts and produces more acid. As greens and fruits take a shorter time to digest than foods high in protein, they eventually catch up to putrefying, rancidifying and decomposing dairy and meat products consumed earlier, which is what creates bloating, diarrhea etc.

Eliminating dairy, meat and grains, as well as doing a liver and gallbladder cleanse has substantially improved my digestion. Not only have I not had any digestive issues ever since, but it has never been better! Moreover, my energy levels are soaring and my mind is so much clearer. The problem with IBS and other inflammatory bowel conditions is that the gut is inflamed for various reasons including poor diet, high consumption of inflammatory foods, not enough gut flora good bacteria and food intolerances and allergies.

Eliminating sources of insoluble fibre aka vegetables is a Band-Aid solution for a bigger problem and telling people not to eat vegetables sends a poor message. Furthermore, increased animal protein and dairy consumption is associated with other digestive problems, constipation, increased inflammation, allergies and cancer. Advising people to increase animal products is advising people to take on a whole host of other problems not to mention basically increasing allergenic and inflammation which are causing the IBS and other problems in the first place.

People need to eat a balanced diet, identify what their food intolerances may be, reduce inflammatory foods, increase good gut bacteria and heal the intestinal wall with glutamine, aloe and other anti-inflammatory, tissue building sources.

Lets fix the cause of the problem not give out advice that just perpetuates it. I have had a big improvement to digestive issues and candida since starting the GAPS diet 6 months ago, I no longer get IBS, soft stools, very little bloating or wind and my candida has also improved. Like some caricature of the sick-lady on a tv show. I had a similar experience, and have found a solution. The GI i saw last doctor 47 recommended a stick elimination diet.

Nothing else except water. I found out that virtually everything I was eating was causing me some kind of problem. My diet is very limited in choices, but for the first time in my life, I am out of pain. I still have diarrhea, but the doc said I may have nerve and muscle memory for that and may always have it and that it does not shorten my life. Try the elimination diet and see which foods are causing you the most problems. Something about the veggies having anti- cancer properties. But I went from being about to eat everything to having digestion issues.

At one point I though it was having a heart attack. I pay for it big time if I eat any. Up until that point I hardly ate many veggies, especially greens. Did extreamly well for 3 months then started to have digestive issues after every smoothie. Bloating, pain, tired and even a burning sensation in my stomach. One by one I removed everything from my smoothie trying to find what was causing my symptoms. The last thing I removed was the kale, spinach, bok choy etc and only then did my symptoms go away.

Who knew greens could be bad for you?! I understand now that I need to cook those first. Limiting food choices is not always convenient, but the results are worth it.

This is the worst article I have ever read. Does this guy work for the meat and dairy industry? Adding greens to my diet was the only thing that helped me cure and heal my digestion problems. I lost 40 lbs by adding ounces of greens per day, while eating a high carb, low fat plant based diet.

Been a raw high fruit carbs vegan for 8 yrs. Not cooking my produce and eating mostly fruits is what keeps my bowels moving. There is obviously truth to what Chris is saying.

It seems to me from listening to people about what kinds of foods make them feel good, some people have trouble digesting sugars fodmaps and some people have trouble digesting proteins like gluten or animal meats. I think it all comes down to genetics and what enzymes your body makes more of. The author has a good point about insoluble fibers. Cellulose and other difficult-to-digest fibers CAN put a strain on the digestive system.

They can, however, be digested when eaten in their youngest and most tender state, thoroughly chewed or mechanically pre-digested using a blender or a food processor. What IS easily digestible are soft, soluble fibbers found in fruits and tender leafy greens. Instead of eliminating vegetables, the intake of fruits and veggies should be increased to take up a large portion of the diet, if not constitute the whole diet, if you are looking to improve your digestion.

I have been doing liver cleanses and have been raw vegan now for about a month and I am not intending to look back as my health has improved drastically, including constipation, headaches, lack of energy, etc.

The books I have read have given me so much information and have transformed my mindset completely. Somehow I ended up this site after googling vegetables giving loose stool I have only been having this problem recently within the last month I eat something like spinach or asparagus which I love and next thing you know my stomach is hurting badly and I have very loose stool this has never happened before and its pretty painful almost feel like stomach cramps however it only happens sometime I have ate a salad or had brocolli with a meal and been fine.

Hi, i dont know if someone can help me but i try to explain my issue that start back in with abdominal pain. I explain better this part, every morning i have a normal bowel movement without any straining or pain, the first part of my stools are a bit hard, small fragments, while the rest is soft. After this my gut start to hurt, the low abdomen in the right and left side, like i have knives, and it remain after i have another bowel movement later about hours later , but this time i need heavy straining because my stools are hard, small and filled with mucus viscous and white liquid.

Is painfull and insopportable, make my life miserable. I tried to eat more fiber, like boiled zucchini, carrots or green beans but everytime i try them my pain and bloating increase for the next 24 hours. Drinking warm water a tisane with psyllium seems not have any result and the pain and bloating increase. Drinking lemon juice make my stools more hard and the pain increase.

Maybe paleo diet is not for me? Maybe to much meat cause my stool so hard? Or my disbiosis is so sever that there is nothing more that i can do? Had the exact same issues as you! It just takes a lot of time to heal. Yet I needed something. I was diagnosed with celiac disease about a year ago, and also have IBS.

After being on a gluten free diet for a year, I was better but still had diarrhea and abdominal pain. I am now out of pain, I have lost 12 pounds, and I can feel my gut healing. Ever since I came out of oral surgery and had 2 weeks of antibiotics, then 3 roothcanals and another 3 antibiotics treatments of 3 weeks total… My gut has never been the same.

I love my raw vegetables and fruit! So I decided to go as much raw as possible and have experienced abdominal pains ever since. It took a long time to figure out because there were 2 triggers, but I share this because there is hope for those of us with persistent problems.

The longest I have been able to go was one month! Which is so not like me! But I always end up in this same place of pain. Any thoughts on this Dr. I feel so stuck! A multivitamin with intestinal probiotics, and also added some gut health vitamin which is considered a bacteria. They have helped but I still have issues.

A few points raised that concern me; the author suggested that we might in fact be causing inflammation and therefor hurting ourselves if we continue to eat these offenders? Hmm, that is a major concern. Now, lastly, and it spoke to a gal about the Paleo Revolution that us going in now; no grains is the key. The key is everyone has different issues here. We all must take what we read lightly…. Then i cut back on fruits AND VEGIS started loading up on aspargus and loading up on protien and meats i drink over a gallon of water a day and even more than 2 if i sweat alot.

I limit my vegetables servings a day?? One big discovery just occurred 3 weeks ago: I used to live on pasta and bread when my IBS flared, and I finally figured out it was making me worse.

Bread and wheat pasta are out! Thanks for writing on all these topics! I started a new diet and I ate in one day lettuce, green pepper and green beans. I had painful diarrhea on that day and now I hv stomach ache that only white toast will make it go away!!! I had been suffering from a chronic anal fissure and hemorriohds for over six months, extreme pain, and at the end of my tether and awaiting surgery. I did some research and found out about soluble and insoluble fibre, I cut out all insoluble fibre and started eating only soluble fibre.

I can not believe the advice of my GP and Consultant, why did they not know or explain about soluble and insoluble fibre — 6 months of extreme pain for no reason. I saw your comment about fissures and wanted to share that I, too, had a fistulotomy while on a high-fiber diet.

I have done everything, as everyone stated above. Steam veggies, raw veggies, more veggies, less veggies. More fruit, less fruit, more water, less water, more protein, less protein, liquid diets, cut out processed foods, breads, soak nuts, soak grains.

Over and over, and over. Guess what, some peoples bodies, just cannot break down foods. I noticed I had constipation since I was 14 years old, I am now 54, my liver was congested from infrequent bowel movements.

I have celiac disease diagnosed Sept. I done so many food journals and elination diets and have not found any answers. A week ago I introduced two slippery elm tincture drops in water doses daily, between meals, and it ceased after about 4 days.

The IBS and nonresponsive digestive system of the past 12 years are still at issue, but it did stop the diarrhea. Also no meat, poultry, soy, eggs, sugar, gluten, and many fruits.

Subsisting on a few non gluten grains, goat milk and cheese, yogurt, applesauce, banana, plum, peach, blueberry, lentils, avocado, occasional salmon, and the aforementioned vegetables.

Have been diagnosed by other than medical testing with a T1-T2 transfer issue, which is about the messages sent from the thyroid to the rest of the body, and am taking n-acetyl choline for this. Also something to consider: If you spend a lot of time around computers and other screens, cell phone, etc. I can confirm that vegetables with high insoluble fiber such as spinach, cabbage, kale make me constipated, although zucchini, cucumber, yam and squash normalize my stool.

For about 2 years and 6 months I have been observing the diet issues with my weaken digestion due to, I believe, aging problem. Olga, I have been low carb and constipated all my life. I only ate green veggies and zero starch. I have recently added 2 oz sweet potato to all 3 meals and carrots and black beans to one of them and now I never miss a day, sometimes more than once. I also believe the way of cooking may change the final result. By the way traditionaly we use lots of saturated fat with veggies like lard, ghee and becon.

Hi Olga, I do agree cooking may change things but the sweet potatoes are one of the few things I microwave. I use Edens organic black beans and just use my emersion blender to make Hummus.

They are soaked in Kombu seaweed and this makes them easier to digest. I dip carrots and celery in it. Something about this combination works wonders. I have recently been diagnosed with adult onset type 1 diabetes and have to monitor my carbs so at this point, eating the same things makes it easier.

I vary my proteins and fats and vegetables and always have cold and cooked vegetables along with the potato and beans. I hope this helps.

Hi— I ve stomach ache , cramps , diarrhae ,gas for quite sometime now — kindly suggest proper diet n also wat could b te reason— my doctor gave me oxaflaxon n orindazole n was k for sometime but m havin problem again— thanks. During the past few years I started caring more about my health and consuming a nutritious diet. As a result, I now consume a large quantity of fiber, especially vegetables. In the last week or so, I decided I was sick of feeling uncomfortable after eating and visited the doctor.

I also just read a book on digestive issues and it said that the cure was to go completely plant-based and cut out any animal products basically vegan. So today I bought a tonne of vegies and fruits and thought today I would begin my plant-based diet. This made me question that maybe fiber was my problem, as these days I have a lot of it in every meal. I had the stomach of a goat. Then two years ago I had gall bladder surgery and all changed. Eat rice and veggies.

Many months after surgery I had had it! I felt like I was worse than I was before surgery. Everything I ate made me sick! I went to the Paleo-style diet and only ate excellent quality beef, chick and fish!

My stomach began improving steadily. I still get horribly ill and vomit the entire following day anytime I eat any type of green salad. I had my Gyno of all people tell me to stoo eating raw green leafy veggies. Yep, worked for me. Had gut issues for some time…. Has taken 3 years to get a handle on it.

Docs kept telling me to eat more fibre. Had colonoscopys Dad died of bowel cancer at a younger age than I am now , went to natural therapists of all varieties, tried prescription drugs. Mind of miss my broccoli and cauliflower used to have huge meals with mostly veges but love not having pain.

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UK offers the class to high school kids for college credit. He has two lectures in PPT format on the web. One on Breeds of Horses origin and characteristics and one on Horse Management. They are very good, in depth lessons. Click here to go to the UK Website. Chapter 2 - Digestive Systems. Chapter 4 - Protein. Chapter 5 - Minerals.

Chapter 6 - Vitamins, Feed Additives, and Water. Chapter 7 - Classification of Feeds. Chapter 8 - Feed Quality and Analysis. Equine Colic - Brandy Smith. Internal and External Parasites - Jake Everhart. Hoof and Mouth Disease - Drexel Titus. Rabies - Jessie Bull. This series of lessons were developed by the Adv. Inheritance - David Wilson. Unit 3 Lesson 2. Unit 2C Animal Selection. Unit 2 Genetics and Animal Breeding.

Unit 2B Genetics and Heritability. Unit 2C Animal Breeding Systems. Unit 3A Animal Digestion. Unit 4 Buildings and Facilities. Unit 5 Animal Health. Unit 6 Marketing of Livestock. Unit 7 Meat Science. Breeds of Livestock - Beef Cattle. Cattle Breeds - Quiz. Dairy and Swine ID Test. Conformation - Maureen Fallon - Auburn High. Animal Handling - Carrie Carson. Plant Science including soils. Hydroponics - Mike White. Gardening - Mike White. Soil Erosion - William Billman. Plant Growth and Reproduction - Bill Pannell.

Turf Grass - Karl Buchta. Types of Flower Shops - John Jones. Landscape Design - Joel Wondra. Cropping - Darrin Holle.

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