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Howdy.

due to dental issue, i have two teeth which keep me from being able to chew for now.

Looking to expand my tiny present daily diet, after decades of foods which have made
my body very seriously ill.

also just found out i have MTHFR mutation, yet just beginning to explore my mutant self to find
out what various mutations i have.

Present limited elimination diet has been:

Local Goat milk

Local Duck and hen eggs, loosely 'scrambled' with ghee, coconut oil, olive oil.

'smoothie' of Naked Goat Whey, banana, and Gynostemma tea.
(i know most protein powders are not considered paleo, this is just what i can do for now...)

Aroy-d coconut cream. creamed with almond, vanilla and stevia.

just beginning the Paleo adventure and would truly appreciate
your wisdom and input.

have just begun to consume New Zealand Grassfed Bovine freeze dried and desiccated:
heart.
brain.
thymus
adrenals
bone marrow
trachea cartilage
liver
will be adding bovine organs blend this month.


 
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i also think i cannot have bone broth for now, due to the histaminic effects.

have on hand a slow cooker, blender and food processor.
 
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I have spent the last year researching dental issues after the dentist suggested that I needed a tooth pulled that he could not save and deep cleaning for a $2000 - $3000.

The tooth has not caused any pain since then and I have not been back to his office.

I am not sure why you feel you cannot have bone broth but can have bone marrow?

What about yogurt?  Seem that would be a biggie for a soft diet.  Homemade?



 
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Are you avoiding greens or fruit for any reason? seems like a green smoothie would be a nice change of pace in that diet. You could even still add some of the powdered bovine bits to it.
 
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THANK YOU to both of you for your input.

as i am just beginning to explore the MTHFR mutation and its various expressions,
there are things i can't eat and don't understand why yet.

and maybe as this body heals,  i can add some foodstuffs which for whatever reason i cannot
eat now.

leafy greens/greenfood powders for now, make me very tired. hard to imagine and hard to explain.

inot being able to chew, i went with a powdered green combo. and had to give it to someone else. there may be
some of the greens i can consume. yet am in the elimination/ adding to phase of exploration.

 
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If you are on a paleo diet and avoiding gluten, some of the powdered green combinations have wheat and barley which can be a problem.  You may want to try a gluten free combo or a more simple ingredient green powder for the veggie benefits and antioxidents.  Blending some soft cooked vegetables into your smoothies would help boost nutrition as well. I hope you find some relief!
 
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If you are going from a high carb diet to a low carb diet, you could be experiencing what is called diet flu by some.  It makes you feel really tired.
 
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Have been low carb for over a year.

and, yes, teh wheat and barley in the green powders are tricky for those of us who need to avoid them.


 
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I was thinking fresh greens and frozen fruit in a blender mostly. that way you could also use super limited ingredients and see how different greens/fruits affect you.
 
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You probably have an understanding of the MTHFR mutation.  This lady also has it and offers some beneficial information and tips.

https://wellnessmama.com/27148/mthfr-mutation/


You might also enjoy some of her drinks recipes

https://wellnessmama.com/category/drinks/:

 
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