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Auotimmune reversal?

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Jack Kruse, Feb 8, 2017.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  2. prime1

    prime1 New Member

    I haven't read that but just finished up lecture on eating carbs in the right season. And, wheat is good for you in the right season. More than a 3 hour lecture and my head was full. The oringal paleo diet had carbs in it and in fact more gluten then what we consume today. Shoots the whole gluten free crap out the window.

    Dr Douillard -


    Dr Douillard completely crushes Dr Perlmutter - Great presentation:

  3. JanSz

    JanSz Silver

    Excellent topic.
    Fix gut, then you can eat anything.
    Or rather eat anything and gut will fix itself (if it is not gone too far).
    Inhale dust (full bore), specially pollen and hay dust.
    Do not wash hands, unless you doing surgery.
    Pampering results in low resistance.
    There is so much talk about wheat there and not enough about barley and rye.
    Rye is getting extinct.
    Look at the "rye bread", if you can find it. It is made of wheat flour and minute amounts of rye, basically rye flavored.

    From my memory, back in Poland, 1940-1971, bread was a rye bread, nothing but rye.
    Wheat was for deserts, pastry, donuts, cakes.

    Where to get 100% rye bread?
    The (pretty good) Lithuanian sourdough bread, that I can get in my German store (is made of wheat).
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  4. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    make your own?????
  5. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    We have Phil's book .........wonderful story of discovery and recovery.
  6. JanSz

    JanSz Silver

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  7. JanSz

    JanSz Silver

    Processed flour ---->high GI
    Whole grain flour---->lower GI (wonder how much lower??)

    https://www.amazon.com/Hodgson-Mill-Whole-Grain-5-Pounds/dp/B004IN601I/ref=sr_1_2_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1486600835&sr=8-2&keywords=whole rye flour


    Rye Sourdough Starter
    Made the Breadtopia recipe for Artisan Sourdough Rye bread (Swedish Rye Bread)


    Cuisinart CBK-200 2-Lb Convection Bread Maker

    This machines assume that yeast will be used. (I think)
    Wonder how they would work with sourdough starter?

    @caroline any opinion or pointers on using bread machine to make sourdough bread (using starter)??
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  8. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Do you have a bread machine? I don't know anything about them. I have always made bread by hand.

    bread made with 100% rye flour would be quite heavy I think. There is a great recipe that was in the NY times - I can look it up I think.

    Do you know of James Beard? He has/had a book .....Beard on bread

    Your best bet would be the above packet maybe? what do they suggest?
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  9. Penny

    Penny New Member

    oh God if you want a nice ancient tasting real rye bread - Trader Joes has this authentic rye bread with really thin slices that is divine - in fact, there was a guy who fixed his gut flora using it which is how I became aware of it - it is just like the stuff you can order on Amazon which is authentic - but here is a rye with no rye which tastes just like rye:

    In fact, their Thai soup (tom ka gai) is utterly divine and quite possible the most healing broth I've ever seen...
  10. Penny

    Penny New Member

    Actually, I find getting nice and dirty in the garden probably does more wonders for the gut flora than any probiotic - inhale deeply:) And eat anything out there - I planted some drought tolerant flowers that taste like mint - I worked with a guy once who grew up in Egypt - they scratched his shoulder and then told him to go play in the dirt... amazing -
  11. Penny

    Penny New Member

  12. JanSz

    JanSz Silver

    I know good 100% rye sourdough bread made from starter.
    My father was excellent at that.
    He had oven, like pizza oven, just for that purpose.
    Practically home bread baking was just for fun. There was available rye bread in bakery in town.
    I have newer made bread myself, but from what I have seen watching my father it was time consuming process.
    Most of the time is spend waiting and watching the dough to grow (proofing).
    Not sure if machine can replicate that, or if it can, I would have to somehow predict that time and tell machine how long to wait.
    IIRC, there are two or three of those periods, each take different amount of time.
    First make a dough, leave it, wait till it grows
    then mix it, let it grow again
    mix it, make loves, wait til it grows
    bake it
    Father knew what to look for by watching, touching, adjusting room temperature (no drafts), humidity (covered with cloth, water sprinkled).
    I missed my chance, newer got involved in that process.
    But the bread was insanely good.
    When father made bread usually my mom would make butter.
    Freshly baked bread, still hot from the oven, lots of new butter chased by buttermilk.
    Is there anything better?
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  13. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    Michael Pollan predicted the gluten free dogma would come falling down eventually.

    There is nothing wrong with gluten per se for a healthy person. But huge amounts of gluten for an already sick problem can exacerbate things. Of course the most processed breads are the worst. Traditional breads are fine depending on your location. And like JanSz says, making bread is time consuming, it's supposed to be.
  14. Inger

    Inger Silver

  15. JanSz

    JanSz Silver

    Diet and Seasonal Eating
    In my book, The 3-Season Diet, I discuss how nature has 3 growing seasons. The spring, summer and fall are the growing seasons, with winter as nature’s dormant season. In this section, learn how to eat with the seasons, according to your body type and the natural digestive cycles, and the importance of eating regular meals in a relaxed way.


    5 Required Foods for Winter Wellness
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