All Boards >> IBS Fitness & Lifestyle Board Discussions

Posts     Flat       Threaded

Pages: 1 | 2 | (show all)
REPORTING IN - 12/29/05
      #234238 - 12/29/05 07:20 AM
Shell Marr

Reged: 08/04/03
Posts: 14959
Loc: Seattle, WA USA

Everyone post their report for what you did on 12/29 here....

--------------------
www.facebook.com/shell.marr

www.myspace.com/shellmarr




Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: REPORTING IN - 12/29/05 new
      #234427 - 12/29/05 05:18 PM
Little Minnie

Reged: 04/16/04
Posts: 4987
Loc: Minnesota

Got a cold and couldn't exercise. I don't have much of an appetite. If I have some sherbet my total will be 1435.

--------------------
IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: REPORTING IN - 12/29/05 new
      #234435 - 12/29/05 05:35 PM
junevarn

Reged: 12/14/04
Posts: 33


Hi all,

I made a mistake yesterday and had a little mayonnaise on a turkey sandwich and then I think too much fruit. This morning I had a bit of cramping and a lot of pooping, but not too bad. I played it safe today, had rice waffles for breakfast, two chicken sausages( that I drained out all the fat.)

Lunch I had a turkey sandwich with cranberry and tomato and carrots, then an apple.

For dinner I had two red potatoes, rice crackers, cooked carrots and peas, chicken, a slice of banana bread,(made with acacia fiber), with a little strawberry rice dream ice cream. I am stuffed but I was so hungry when I came home from work!

I am very grateful that I have been feeling pretty good.

Take care,
June

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: REPORTING IN - 12/29/05 new
      #234462 - 12/29/05 07:57 PM
Wind

Reged: 04/02/05
Posts: 3178


extra small organic banana

eggplant, zucchini, portabella mushrooms (with parsley, basil)

asparagus bisque (just asparagus, first steamed & then pureed in organic broth) (with fresh dill)
steamed potato, pureed baby spinach, leftover portabella mushrooms (topped with chives & dill)

earl grey tea with Rice Dream
lots of peppermint tea
flat diet gingerale
water

Kate.


Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: REPORTING IN - 12/29/05 new
      #234464 - 12/29/05 08:10 PM
anlikerm

Reged: 09/16/05
Posts: 1320
Loc: NC

My 5 year wedding anniversary was today, but the hubby worked 12 hours so we didn't do squat!!! It's midnight and he's STILL at work!!

2 Mini Bagels
Chamomile Tea

Mashed potato/green bean/almond burrito
Nilla Wafers

Homebaked Fries w/ Honey
Chamomile Tea

Mashed Potatoes
Pumpkin Spice English Muffin

Plain heated flour tortilla w/ 1 tsp coconut oil

Mini Bagel w/ Veggie butter

Michelle

--------------------
IBS-D. Hiatal Hernia, GERD
Unstable

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: Kate new
      #234607 - 12/30/05 10:57 AM
lalala

Reged: 02/14/05
Posts: 2634


That all sounds so delicious! Especially the mushrooms w/ parsley and basil. Yum!

I find I do better with the smaller, organic bananas than the extra-large ones you usually find at grocery stores, which seem to make me gassy. So how did you do with the fruit?

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: Aww... new
      #234614 - 12/30/05 11:26 AM
lalala

Reged: 02/14/05
Posts: 2634


Do you have any plans this weekend to celebrate your anniversary? Even if it's just a quiet evening together? Happy anniversary, btw!

Changing the subject to tortillas... Have you seen that book 101 Things to Do with A Tortilla? (Link to book description - not IBS-safe recipes!) I haven't read it, but you should write up a list of IBS-Safe Things to do with a Tortilla. These make a great snack for me too - both the flour and corn tortillas - and accompaniment to soups.

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: REPORTING IN - 12/29/05 new
      #234616 - 12/30/05 11:28 AM
Draupadi

Reged: 07/16/05
Posts: 218
Loc: Santa Cruz, California

Yesterday was long and painful...I have really been struggling with C, bloat, fullness, and a lot of pain for the past few days. But, I've been pretty good about forcing myself to eat, because I need the calories, and the energy for long work days. Here's how it went:

*plain soy yogurt with sprinkle of granola (ouch!), soy chai

*eggless tofu salad sandwich on sourdough with spring mix and a little tomato

*larabar, cashew cookie flavor

*baked sweet potatoe with Earth Balance vegan buttery spread, sauteed rainbow shard, and tempeh, a few sips of red wine


I think today might have to be a BTC day...but I'm kind of worried about that making my C even worse.

We'll see what happens...

Take care, and have a great day!



--------------------
Julia



Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: Aww... new
      #234654 - 12/30/05 01:42 PM
anlikerm

Reged: 09/16/05
Posts: 1320
Loc: NC

That is VERY COOL!!!! I have never seen this! Thanks for the link. I might have to buy this book!!

We don't have any plans......he has to work 12 hour shifts until sometime AFTER the New Year so by the time he gets home at night, I'm knocked out.

I am not healthy enough to go partying all night anymore, like I used to!!! LOL!!

Michelle

--------------------
IBS-D. Hiatal Hernia, GERD
Unstable

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Re: Kate new
      #234661 - 12/30/05 02:24 PM
Wind

Reged: 04/02/05
Posts: 3178


Herbs are serious flavour enhancers, I agree! (I peeled the eggplant--I find their skins troublesome/irritating, but not their flesh or guts) Are you like me & fall positively in love with a particular herb for a few weeks, only to catch yourself having an affair shortly thereafter with a different one? And then, I have streaks of "playing the field" or herbing aroung. I AM JUST MAD ABOUT CHIVES THIS WEEK. I cannot tell you how many times they've been in my mouth this week! I had the most insane affair with sweet basil all summer of 2005. And well...there's always the Dil--.

I also agree with you re: organic fruit. I could never eat a regular banana without major gassiness & bloating too. However, beyond a little stomach acid (from not having fresh fruit for a few months, I suspect!), it gave me neither gas nor bloating. It was really yummy. And the size is perfect. Nature's fast food. (actually, I wouldn't bother eating a non-organic banana & deal with the discomfort)

Organic dried fruit snacks are really good too. No creepy additives--they are generally apple pectin based, so very safe. AND, no sulfites. I love the apricot ones.

One final comment. Without cigarette oral self-pollution, food really tastes so much better.

Kate.

Print     Remind Me     Notify Moderator    

Pages: 1 | 2 | (show all)

Extra information
0 registered and 75 anonymous users are browsing this forum.

Moderator:  Heather 

Print Thread

Permissions
      You cannot post until you login
      You cannot reply until you login
      HTML is enabled
      UBBCode is enabled

Thread views: 2814

Jump to

| Privacy statement Help for IBS Home

*
UBB.threads™ 6.2


McAfee SECURE sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams

HelpForIBS.com BBB Business Review