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crohn's misdiagnosis

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  • Posted By: thereisacure
  • December 18, 2009
  • 01:37 AM

Hi, I was diagnosed with crohn's, but I found a way to make it go away on command. I don't know if I was diagnosed properly or not, but I am wondering if other people experience the same result that I have when they use the solution I used. They recommended that I limit my diet when this first happened. That didn't do much obviously, and I bet anyone who does it just gets worse. Then I realized that I was only eating about 1,000 calories a day, on good days. That isn't nearly enough to avoid starvation. A prolonged period of time on a diet like that certainly leads to starvation. Then I increased the amount of food I ate every day. Ever since I started to increase the amount of food I eat I've felt 100%. The only conclusion is that what I was facing was really starvation. Now I feel great and I eat like 3-4 pounds of food a day. That's pretty much the amount of food I ate on normal days before this happened. I drink when I feel thirsty too. And I feel better when I'm thinking positive forward looking thoughts. The most important part is to eat an amount of food that is consistent with your natural and healthy body size. Probably at least 2,000 calories worth of food. I eat 3,000 to 4,000 a day right now. I don't know if I am eating more than I will normally, but I am gaining weight again, so I might be eating more for recovering. By the way, it's not just remission, I can control when I feel good or not by the amount of food I consume. I eat more and the next day I feel completely healthy again. If I stop eating, it just comes right back. Then I eat a large amount of food again and it's gone. I have done many tests to prove this. I just wanted to let people know that they may actually be facing starvation rather than a disease. I hope this helps someone. Thanks. p.s. it would be interesting to read that someone else was helped by this, so that I can tell more people if it works for others. Thank you.

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