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27 Jun 13
Just done day one, slow bowels, not sure if due to codeine as well. Trying the fast diet for RA currently on methotrexate just in the middle of a flare so barely moving n on codeine so not sure what”s what. All in all not too bad for me.
30 Jun 13
I struggled in this area but found 1 teaspoon of psyllium and 1/2 teaspoon of slippery elm stirred in orange juice followed by a glass of water in the evening has got things moving regularly for me,
6 Sep 13
Actually, my bowels have gotten a ‘move-on’ from the fast days! 😀
Maybe it has time to clean up itself and therefore function better even on non-fast days.
So, me it has been the reverse… yay! 😀
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