Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD and CRPS) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I) and Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)(RSD and CRPS)

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Thumbs up Thanks, Megsmountain!

Thanks for this interesting thread!

I do pay attention to Dr. Wahls' research. I have her book, The Wahls Protocol, as well. Interesting recipes and three levels of protocol intensity, outlined in her book.

I also follow the offerings of Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D.
She offers information on an anti-inflammatory Paleo diet, as well as an autoimmune protocol (AIP).

I vary my diet, while searching for the best protocol for me.
I may found I will always be making some changes.

Currently, I am juicing quite a bit, hoping to work my way into a 100% juicing fast, if I can tolerate going that far. Time will tell.

My current green juice: Kale, broccoli, celery, cukes, spirulina, ginger, lemon. I sometimes allow green apple. I add a healthy oil.
My current carrot juice: carrots, cukes, ginger, a healthy oil.

I sometimes also make beet juice, which can be delicious. I have been trying to keep to the basic juices for now. I try to use mainly low-carb veggies.

If the sugar content of carrot juice raises concerns, adding purified water and a healthy oil to the juice can help with this.

Cuke juice is quite sweet and also adds volume to the juice.
"Juicing cukes" can often be found in bulk and usually cost less.
"Juicing carrots" can also often be found in bulk and usually cost less.

I add vegan protein to my green juice at some point in the day, to get all BCAAs, to help keep blood sugar stable, etc. I am currently using Nutrafusion's PlantFusion. More and more palatable vegan protein powders are becoming available.

I also add chia seeds and/or ground flax seeds and healthy oils to juice sometime during the day.
I rotate some ingredients throughout the day.

As per Diandra's post, I also enjoy chia pudding now and then.

As per Littlepaw's post, I have also found I do much better avoiding any food which causes a shift in circulation. (Coffee, alcohol, etc.)

Thanks, megs, for this thread!
Thanks to all contributors, as well!

May we have the courage to live from our hearts, to allow Love, Faith and Hope to light our paths.


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