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What is the most useful thing hat has helped

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    • Ena

      713d

      Caffeine is an addiction I agree. But, if you can push past that first rough week. You will be thankful. At first I drank decaf with the same crappy creamer n sugar (didn't want to drop all the fun stuff at once). I did the bare minimum with chores. It did help that zi like to batch cook so all our meals were already prepared. Then from there just follow your same routine. This was a few years ago. Now, only once in a blue moon will I drink a half cup of Jo. Can't handle more then that I get the gutters and BP shots up. Hope this helps.

    • Ena

      713d

      Caffeine is an addiction I agree. But, if you can push past that first rough week. You will be thankful. At first I drank decaf with the same crappy creamer n sugar (didn't want to drop all the fun stuff at once). I did the bare minimum with chores. It did help that zi like to batch cook so all our meals were already prepared. Then from there just follow your same routine. This was a few years ago. Now, only once in a blue moon will I drink a half cup of Jo. Can't handle more then that I get the gutters and BP shots up. Hope this helps.

    • fairygodmom

      713d

      @Ena how do you avoid caffeine and still manage to feel awake enough during the day to get anything done? This is a struggle for me!

    • Ena

      718d

      I have noticed if I stay away from gluten, nightshades, sugar, caffeine and all processed foods I feel 100% better. But, I wouldn't have known that if I didn't do AIP.

    • LeelaZ

      725d

      Agreed, I follow the paleo diet and have seen a big improvement (no dairy, no grains)

    • Sophy

      725d

      Every information helps! Thanks

    • Wrenny

      725d

      I have a moderate allergy to whey and casein. I’m still hypothyroid but my antibodies are not there anymore

    • Wrenny

      725d

      Yes

    • Janet27

      726d

      Seriously?

    • Wrenny

      726d

      Going dairy free for two years put me in remission 🤷🏼‍♀️

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