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Could You Share Any Dietary Changes And Tips That Have Helped With HS?
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posted March 27
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Keto diet works for me.....no sugar, no carbs! I'm in remission, let me know if you want to try and ask me anything about keto or HS....HUGS

posted March 27
A myHSteam Member

1. Fasting helped me. Not eating after sundown and pushing past sunrise.
2. Vegan helped.
3. Lesser processed food.
4. Eating more cooling foods - coconut water, fenugreek seeds soaked overnight in water, cucumbers.
5.Increase protein intake. Reduce carbs. U feel full longer. We need 80-120g of protein a day even without workouts.
Good luck!πŸ€— U got this!

posted March 27
A myHSteam Member

I had to cut out potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and limit dairy

posted March 27
A myHSteam Member

Hello! I have cut out major dairy (so not all dairy but instead of milk and cream I will use oat milk, instead of butter I will use olive oil and avocado oils or butter) and I have recently started taking turmeric supplements because of their anti inflammatory properties. I will be adding other vitamins but one at a time.
I also incorporate natural anti inflammatory foods and steer away from highly processed and sugary foods (obviously we are all human so it’s not 100% but it helps).

Hope this helps!

posted March 27
A myHSteam Member

Stay away from processed foods. I slipped last month and ate something I was given as a gift and paid dearly for it. Lost most of my gains. No single food or class of foods seems to be an issue. The combination is the key. Like if there are tomatoes in a salad I don't blame them, I blame the dressing if I don't know if it was made with non-food additives because I can eat plain tomatoes without any issue. Eating out is a crap shoot since they do not make all their dishes from scratch any more than we do. Most restaurants depend on premade frozen, bagged and/or boxed foods. Can't read their labels like I would in the grocery store.

posted March 28

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