cleaninguplife Posted July 18, 2015 Share Posted July 18, 2015 I could use some help. I have suffered from constipation for most of my life even having to go to the ER at times for the issue. This is one thing I was really hoping would resolve with the Whole 30. I have food allergies to hazelnuts, malt and barley and a number of food sensitivities: carrots, avocado, pork, crab, rice, rye, oats, buckwheat. Tested negative for eggs and dairy, but I know I cannot eat cheese without having problems. Have been eating meat and fat and lots of veggies at each meal. Even cut out white potatoes as I used to get extremely hungry a few hours after eating them. Overall I am finally feeling more cheerful, I have energy to play with my dog, I can actually speak when I wake up as opposed to my normal hour of complete fogginess, my muffin top was significantly less today... But I am so constipated that it literally hurts to sit on hard wood chairs. I'm afraid to try laxatives so I don't get my body trained to need them. And would normally solve the issue by juicing a pear and blending it with some prunes. But I know we're not supposed to be drinking our calories. Any suggestions on how to solve this? Today's meals: 3 Scrambled eggs, ghee, red pepper sauce, spinach with blueberries Snack - cashews (raw) Smoked salmon, onions, 3 poached eggs, cup of mixed fruit Snack - prunes 1 cup beef broth Salmon cakes with 2 eggs (salmon cakes with pumpkin instead of sweet potato) Yesterday: 3 hardboiled eggs with red pepper sauce on top Apple Red pepper slices Prunes Cashews (Raw) Leftover brisket, creamed spinach, roasted sweet potatoes Canned tuna, homemade mayo, half a cucumber with salt Dried mango Help greatly appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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