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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    wow no kidding man, that's a new one on me
    ibs? or if personal we can chat via e-mail
    Collagenous colitis. Un cureable type of inflammitory disease. I've been on a corticol steroid for about three months and things are ok unless I eat greens then it all goes to hell. I obviously can't stay on the corticol forever so when I come off of it ill be backk to 15+ bathroom trips a day and almost impossible to keep weight up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    back by popular demand..
    I was ready for some down time after my last log, but noooo such luck since my fans (all 2 of you - you know who you are) want to see me front & center LOL
    I really have no business starting a log but what the hell..

    quick update to catch ya'll up on the last month:
    I had just finished a nice little off-season log with 3 weeks of quick-cut to end it, was in pct and doing well, when all of the sudden one night my hemorrhoids just exploded into a sea of pain and agony..I've dealt with them bastages for yrs (over a decade) but never anything that approached this kind of pain; srs, I was praying for a speedy death before I broke down and got whisked into ER.. doc told me my case was among the worst he had ever seen in his 30+yrs, I even had some necrotic tissue down there

    and here we are about another 3 weeks later, still healing but not too bad (surprised that it takes this long, I have always been a very rapid healer), was able to start working out again this past SAT and today will be my 4th session (back/arms this day). strength has been hiding bigtime, but that's okay it'll make its presence known when it's ready..getting stamina back up to speed, getting comfortable in my lifts and just back in the groove are the priorities at this point

    so where will this log go? actually this should be much fun..
    you'll get snag and his randomness, and of course food pics galore
    I don't know if I can pull off a national show now, things were already piling up on me well before I got KOd by hemmys, but i'm certainly gonna give it my best shot..i'll drop some training parameters here & there, explain some of my beliefs & philosophies

    this will also be your one-stop-shop for news from the world of Finaflex, maybe i'll drop some inside info on upcoming releases and other goodies..

    so climb aboard with snag, grab some popcorn, and get comfy cuz we gonna be here awhile
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Collagenous colitis. Un cureable type of inflammitory disease. I've been on a corticol steroid for about three months and things are ok unless I eat greens then it all goes to hell. I obviously can't stay on the corticol forever so when I come off of it ill be backk to 15+ bathroom trips a day and almost impossible to keep weight up.
    wow man that's crazy - and a new ibd for me to learn about as well
    so is this not something you've had for awhile, rather came on recently?

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    Wow dude that sucks. I just don't like the way they taste
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    I just don't like the way they taste
    but THAT is curable
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    I dealt with it for almost two years before finally going to see a dr. I was perscribed zoloft around the time my syptoms occured and the drug has been linked to the disease but no proof has been shown that it causes the disease. I've changed diet, supps anything I could think of. Very low fat diet. Low fiber. Extra fiber. No meat. No wheat. Probiotics. Digestive Enzymes. Charcoal. All have failed. Entocourt and whelchol are the only things that have worked. I have some bile acid salt is the reason for the wlechol.
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    And no I don't use zoloft anymore. Pill pushing dr and bad advice. I just needed to meditate in the end to relieve my anxiety.
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    I've had it for about three years
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    wow brother, that's just bizarre
    I've held a pet interest in internal inflammation since I figured out I was allergic to dairy, in my 20s
    the body is such an amazing organism..but there is so much there to go wrong! and really intrigues me when these things just surface (as my milk allergy did)
    thanks for sharing monte..ever hear of the saying "death begins in the colon"?
    I just read this earlier today, had to find a copy of it..is some interesting reading, i'll put it here for informative purposes



    Inflammation is the buzzword these days. Physicians now realise that inflammation in the walls of arteries is probably the most important risk factor in cardiovascular disease, more important even than cholesterol levels. Inflammation is common to many other chronic and debilitating diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteo-arthritis, asthma, acne, eczema, psoriasis, sinusitis, hayfever, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, etc. In fact, most conditions that are often treated with cortisone fall into this category. Apart from being painful, itchy or disfiguring, inflammatory illness can provoke many vague symptoms that leave one feeling really unwell. In some people low-grade inflammation may even account for difficulty in losing weight.

    The integrative approach to treating chronic disease is complex, and requires a multi-faceted approach by practitioners versed in integrative medicine. I believe that the source of inflammation in chronic diseases lies in the gut. The now famous quote ‘Death begins in the colon’ originated with the Russian Nobel Prize- winning biologist Elie Metchnikoff (1845 - 1916), who postulated that the toxic by-products of the bowel bacteria are responsible for many diseases.

    The functions of the gut
    Research and experience have now confirmed that the gut plays a vital role in chronic ill-health. As the interface between the external environment and the body proper, the intestine fulfils two opposing functions: to allow the absorption of nutrients, and to repel toxic substances.

    Let’s explore the protective role that the gut plays in more detail.
    There are five layers or barriers, which protect our internal environment from ingested toxins, organisms and allergens:

    First layer – bacterial flora
    Second layer – internal mucous coating of the intestine
    Third layer – enterocytes, which are the lining cells
    Fourth layer – lymphoid tissue in the walls of the intestines
    Fifth layer – the liver.

    The intestine also has non-specific defences, viz. the flow rate (30 minutes to travel 4 metres of small intestine) and desquamation (shedding) of enterocytes (60 million a day). Thus a slow flow rate in constipation allows for greater absorption of harmful substances.

    First layer - bacterial flora
    Over time the intestine has evolved into a complex functional system, largely dependent on the bacterial flora it contains. 99% of the bulk of stool passed consists of trillions of bacteria, of two types: endogenous flora and transient flora. The endogenous flora is made up of 10 - 20 species, which are dominant, and exist in high concentrations; and a low level of sub-dominant flora, which may multiply in certain disease situations to cause diarrhoea. The transient flora are potentially pathogenic (disease-causing), and include well-known organisms such as Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas and Staphylococci. While in transit through the gut, they are prevented from expressing their toxicity by the presence of the dominant flora. There are about 300 different species of bacteria in the gut at any one time. The

    flora has countless functions, but the three most important are:
    (i) assisting in digestion and absorption of nutrients, (ii) co-operation in defence mechanisms, and (iii) production of substances that have a beneficial metabolic role, e.g. metabolism of cholesterol, folic acid.

    Second layer - mucous coating
    An intact mucous coating lining the inner surface of the intestine traps bacteria, but allows absorption of nutrients.

    Third layer - enterocytes
    These are cylindrical-shaped cells that line the inner surface of the intestine, which is made up of villi. These villi are finger-like projections, which vastly increase the surface area for absorption of nutrients. Nutrients are absorbed either through the enterocytes, or via the gaps between the cells, which are referred to as ‘tight junctions’. Loss of tight junctions between these enterocytes is the prime factor in the development of a leaky gut.


    Fourth layer - lymphoid tissue
    This gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) is organised into Peyer’s patches in the walls of the small intestine, and lymphoid follicles in the wall of the colon. This forms the largest concentration of immune tissues in the body (one-third of the whole immune system). It is here that the sentries and patrol militia operate to provide effective defence; recognising and differentiating between harmful invaders and ‘own- side players’, communicating with HQ (the general immune system), neutralising invaders and raising the alarm.
    Any increase in the permeability of the gut lining or imbalance in the bowel flora has a powerful impact on the, the body will be subject to repeated infections. If it functions allergies, inflammation and auto-immune diseases.

    Diagram of Peyer’s patches



    Photograph of Peyer’s patches

    Fifth layer - liver
    One of the main functions of the liver is to receive and process everything that is absorbed via the intestines and travels to the liver via the portal veins. In a person eating a typical Western diet containing excessive sugars, fats, chemicals, alcohols and free radicals, the liver has to work very hard to detoxify and neutralise harmful substances. If the gut defence systems are compromised, the liver becomes even more overloaded.

    Causes of a leaky gut
    Many factors in our modern Western lifestyle cause these barriers to become compromised / weakened, and thus increasingly permeable. Among the most important are:

    Stress (mental, physical or emotional)
    Drugs, especially alcohol, antibiotics, cortisone, hormones and anti-inflammatories
    Food intolerances and sensitivities
    Environmental pollutants and toxins, including free radicals
    Surgery (and the anaesthetic drugs administered)
    Severe burns
    Radiation exposure.

    Altered gut permeability gives rise to allergic and other chronic diseases by making it possible for partially digested food particles, toxic wastes and even bacteria to pass directly into the bloodstream, overwhelming or bypassing the filters and barriers. The immune system springs into action and lymphocytes (white blood cells) form immune clusters around the foreign particles. These clusters circulate to all parts of the body, causing inflammation in one or more tissues or organs, depending on the inherited genetic tendency. One’s inherited weakness determines which inflammatory condition manifests. The constant drain on the immune system can then lead to an immune-suppressed illness.

    The burden on the liver is also greatly increased as it attempts to detoxify the blood. Other factors, which further compromise the body, are diminished stomach acid and pancreatic enzymes, which are essential to optimal digestion and breakdown of foods. Lack of these leads to a state of ‘modern malnutrition’. Great quantities of cortisol are released by the adrenal glands when under stress, and this also aggravates the leaky gut syndrome.

    Treatment of leaky gut syndrome
    The aim of the treatment protocol is to remove obstructions to metabolic processes, and to encourage the body to self-regulate these vital processes. The four pillars of treatment are: remove, replace, reinoculate and repair.

    1. Remove
    1.1 Parasites, bacteria and fungi: Removal of the latter can be effected with herbal products such as Warburgia, Taheebo or Pau D’Arco, Citricidal, Para 90 etc., or an essential oil product such as Origanum capsules (Pranarom), or Rife Resonator therapy. Usually about 2 weeks’ treatment is needed.
    1.2 Dietary toxins, additives, chemicals and foods to which the patient may be sensitive can be avoided by placing the patient on a diet eliminating foods commonly found to be sensitising, such as wheat, dairy, sugar and additives. Occasionally one needs to go further and eliminate soya, gluten and corn as well.

    2. Replace
    2.1 Insufficient stomach acid and digestive enzymes can be supplemented with products containing Betaine HCl, and digestive enzymes such as DigestCo (Mediherb), Digestizyme (Amipro), etc.
    2.2 Nutritional deficiencies, arising from poor digestion, can be corrected with a good functional food (see below).

    3. Re-inoculate
    3.1 Friendly bacteria must be replenished as soon as the parasite cleanse (above) has been completed. This should be ongoing for several months. Use a reliable product such as Reuteri, Intestiflora or Probiflora.

    4. Repair
    4.1 Gut lining can be repaired with L-Glutamine, MSM and good-quality, pharmaceutical-grade Omega 3 oils.

    A good-quality functional food forms the cornerstone of the above regimen, by providing a complete range of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, pre-biotics such as FOS (Fructo-Oligo-Saccharide) and insulin to support the bacteria, L-Glutamine and MSM. The locally produced Target Candida is effective and less expensive, but is based on soya, which may disagree with patients if they are intolerant to it. The imported UltraClear Sustain is excellent and rice-based, but more expensive. UltraInflamX is used when there is inflammation in the body, and UltraClear Plus is for promoting Phase 1 and 2 detoxification pathways in the liver. These products are best used under the supervision of a knowledgeable integrative practitioner.

    Liver support and detox
    It is important to support the liver through the above programme with herbal products such as Milk Thistle, LivCo (Mediherb), Livotibb, etc. UltraClear Plus and Chlorella both improve detoxification processes in the liver very effectively.

    TEST
    There are some fairly new tests available in South Africa, which can help to rationalise the above protocol and eliminate some of the guesswork. It is worthwhile submitting a stool sample to Synexa Laboratory in Cape Town for analysis of the flora. The results provide therapeutic guidance as to which beneficial bacteria are deficient, and which pathogens detected need elimination. This provides more specific guidance for treating 1.1 and 3.1 above. There are also two food sensitivity tests available, which can be helpful in detecting exactly which foods the patient may be intolerant to. This removes a lot of the dedication and commitment required in following an elimination diet for several months as outlined in 1.2 above. The disadvantages are that the tests are not 100% accurate and are expensive. MDS laboratories in Durban test the patient’s blood sample for 160 foods by means of an immunoglobulin G (IgG)-based testing method (conventional allergy tests use an IgE-based test). ALCAT Laboratory in Gauteng use a test based on measurement of the reaction of white blood cells.

    Up to 130 foods and 30 chemical substances can be tested. There is a test available to examine the permeability of the gut wall, but this has not proved to be reliable in practice.

    Conclusion
    Correction of a leaky gut problem may take from 1 to 3 months to achieve, and is not easy without professional guidance and supervision. It is a fairly intensive and expensive programme to follow for the first 4 - 6 weeks. Once the leaky gut and bowel environment has been corrected, many of the chronic symptoms will improve or disappear. The body may tolerate certain foods again after a period of avoidance, but some foods may prove to be potent triggers to the immune system and have to be avoided in the long term. Having removed the ‘obstacle’ of the leaky gut, the stage is set for further homeopathic or homotoxicological treatment, if needed.
    glad to hear you are no longer on zoloft as well
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    Great read snags. Lots of good information in that post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I dealt with it for almost two years before finally going to see a dr. I was perscribed zoloft around the time my syptoms occured and the drug has been linked to the disease but no proof has been shown that it causes the disease. I've changed diet, supps anything I could think of. Very low fat diet. Low fiber. Extra fiber. No meat. No wheat. Probiotics. Digestive Enzymes. Charcoal. All have failed. Entocourt and whelchol are the only things that have worked. I have some bile acid salt is the reason for the wlechol.
    I totally understand about the greens man. That sounds so very similar to something i dealt with a few years back... Not fun at all...
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    on the topic of greens..man i'm getting tired of canned greens really quick, gotta get to the store with a quickness
    but, here's the latest meal



    5oz sirloin
    5oz tuna topped w/ 2tbs salsa
    7oz sweet potato
    greens
    (not pictured: slice of Ezekiel with 1/4tbs real butter)
    ~600cals
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    on the topic of greens..man i'm getting tired of canned greens really quick, gotta get to the store with a quickness
    but, here's the latest meal

    5oz sirloin
    5oz tuna topped w/ 2tbs salsa
    7oz sweet potato
    greens
    (not pictured: slice of Ezekiel with 1/4tbs real butter)
    ~600cals
    Holy food porn....you did it again...

    Sirloin sirloin sirloin.....
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    beef - it's what's for dinner
    and breakfast
    and lunch....



    i'm actually getting ready to switch over to ground turkey for awhile, bought a ton in bulk last shopping trip at good price, time to make it go away
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    beef - it's what's for dinner
    and breakfast
    and lunch....



    i'm actually getting ready to switch over to ground turkey for awhile, bought a ton in bulk last shopping trip at good price, time to make it go away
    Found ground chicken like this two days ago. Did the same.
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    Hmm never tried the ground chicken. Have have to try it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Hmm never tried the ground chicken. Have have to try it
    Mix it with stir fry veggies, some garlic, herbs and hot salsa. Best meal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Hmm never tried the ground chicken. Have have to try it
    Sounds drrrrrrrrryyyyyyy
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post

    Sounds drrrrrrrrryyyyyyy
    Lol everything I eat comes off the George foreman I'm used to dry lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post

    Lol everything I eat comes off the George foreman I'm used to dry lol
    Probably gonna get quote edited on that one lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Found ground chicken like this two days ago. Did the same.
    yup, i got some of that too

    Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    Mix it with stir fry veggies, some garlic, herbs and hot salsa. Best meal
    haven't had stir fry in a long awhile
    you give me inspiration

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Sounds drrrrrrrrryyyyyyy
    ground chicken? nah, not as bad as ground turkey breast, not even close

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    Probably gonna get quote edited on that one lol
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    You know what I am loving is boneless skinless Turkey breast on the bbq.. you have to get the sear and it will remain pretty juicy. I like it better than chicken, at least it's something different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    You know what I am loving is boneless skinless Turkey breast on the bbq.. you have to get the sear and it will remain pretty juicy. I like it better than chicken, at least it's something different.
    yeah that's tasty
    big difference in turkey breast fillet, and ground turkey breast, far as dryness/texture goes

    speaking of food..man breakfast was cool this morning, hi-carb day as I move my SAT training to this day (back/shoulders)
    2 slices blueberry bread w/ butter
    2/3c grape nuts fit + 1/4c reg grape nuts in 1c almond milk
    1 scoop isolate (30g protein)
    small bit of grapefruit
    775cals, 100g carbs

    and I was gonna go on a this morning, after reading the paper, couple topics just pissed me off..
    but alas, I don't have the time, prolly shouldn't get political anyway, but the damn media never ceases to amaze me in what it chooses to cover..don't let me hear the words tolerance or racism today, please


    wtf is wrong with the world.............oh yeah - the media is part of the problem indeed
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    Couldn't agree more. I like to check the different news sites online. Just look at the headlines. It tells a lot.
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    lulzz..shoulda taken a pic of the postWO meal I mauled a bit ago

    format i'm using right now is postWO shake immediately after training, consists of:
    2 scoops Cell Shock + 2 scoops BCAA+SAA, then wait 30-45min before meal

    that meal then, in this format, is no carb & higher fat/protein + fiber..today:
    5oz sirloin + mustard
    5oz tuna + salsa
    6oz spinach
    1tbs natty pb
    10g fiber

    eat again 2hrs later, higher carb meal this time

    one of a couple different protocols I use, depending on what I feel like..i like this, will stick with it for awhile (maybe)
    will have a sup rollout of what i'm doing up soon, it's pretty slimmed down right now but i'll be adding things as we go
    next addition: monday, starting 1-Andro + 1-Alpha, time to get the hormones in action
    why do I mix these? well I have some 1-Andro to use up and I figured wth
    nothing scientific about it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    lulzz..shoulda taken a pic of the postWO meal I mauled a bit ago

    format i'm using right now is postWO shake immediately after training, consists of:
    2 scoops Cell Shock + 2 scoops BCAA+SAA, then wait 30-45min before meal

    that meal then, in this format, is no carb & higher fat/protein + fiber..today:
    5oz sirloin + mustard
    5oz tuna + salsa
    6oz spinach
    10g fiber

    eat again 2hrs later, higher carb meal this time

    one of a couple different protocols I use, depending on what I feel like..i like this, will stick with it for awhile (maybe)
    will have a sup rollout of what i'm doing up soon, it's pretty slimmed down right now but i'll be adding things as we go
    next addition: monday, starting 1-Andro + 1-Alpha, time to get the hormones in action
    why do I mix these? well I have some 1-Andro to use up and I figured wth
    nothing scientific about it....
    Pretty soon will be able to add Stimul8 to that supp cabinet. Weeeee!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Pretty soon will be able to add Stimul8 to that supp cabinet. Weeeee!
    yessir!
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    I probably won't see any Stimul8 till late June but that's fine as I am in PCT so running ignite 2 every day I can extend it till then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    lulzz..shoulda taken a pic of the postWO meal I mauled a bit ago

    format i'm using right now is postWO shake immediately after training, consists of:
    2 scoops Cell Shock + 2 scoops BCAA+SAA, then wait 30-45min before meal

    that meal then, in this format, is no carb & higher fat/protein + fiber..today:
    5oz sirloin + mustard
    5oz tuna + salsa
    6oz spinach
    1tbs natty pb
    10g fiber

    eat again 2hrs later, higher carb meal this time

    one of a couple different protocols I use, depending on what I feel like..i like this, will stick with it for awhile (maybe)
    will have a sup rollout of what i'm doing up soon, it's pretty slimmed down right now but i'll be adding things as we go
    next addition: monday, starting 1-Andro + 1-Alpha, time to get the hormones in action
    why do I mix these? well I have some 1-Andro to use up and I figured wth
    nothing scientific about it....
    You eat the most random combinations lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    You eat the most random combinations lol
    ahhh they may look random, but they are actually very well thought out, and serve a very specific purpose & function
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