Holly Posted February 7, 2013 Share Posted February 7, 2013 Ok, I have seen poop topics but can't seem to find them now. Even though I know time frames for healing is a personal process, I'm curious what other people have experienced with their IBS on a W30. I have had digestive issues for the past 20 years. It was only this past summer that I went gluten free and started having solid BMs all the time. Solid BMs! I was in poo poo heaven. Slowly, I started to eat dairy and wheat again and had some problems return. Not as badly though. So I went into this thinking I would get those magical BMs again, but I have been scoring 5-7 on the famous poop scale all along (25 days). I'm wondering if the fat contributes to this, and if so, is the fat I cook with enough fat overall? Has anyone had any experience with using the autoimmune protocol helping with loose bowel issues? I changed my focus from a W30 to a W100 for healing, but want to do it right. I suppose I could start the autoimmune protocol and give it a 30 day trial. Even though I would miss my eggs. The other thing is that I know bone broth is supposed to be healing for your gut, but I can't find any pastured bones at the store. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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