Stomach Problems - page 2
Since I was very little I have had really bad stomach problems. We're talking, vomiting becase i was nervous or scared or stressed out. I vomit if I eat something to sweet, salty, spicey, oily, ect. ... Read More
Aug 1, '02Originally posted by OBNURSEHEATHER
Poor baby! Sniffin through the trash was probably how she survived for so long. Old habits die hard....
I am doing every positively reinforcing thing I can possibly do to support her.
Michelle (my significant other) thinks she was probably kept in a pen (you know the type, fenced in, cemented, no grass) because there's this spot on one of her hind legs where all the hair is rubbed off. No hair will grow there. Probably from sitting on the concrete all that time.
Poor little thing. She cringes every time someone comes near her. She still expects me to beat the sh*t out of her everytime she does something.
Aug 1, '02I have a friend who has the same problem. She also had alot of problems digesting food. Her doc. put her on a raw food diet for a week and BAM no problems.Apperently all the pre-packaged and pre made foods she was eating were not digesting very quickly. Try to eat more raw or natural foods. Stay away from the pre-packaged noodles and rice mixes. We all eat to many preservatives nowdays. She says when she gos shopping she stays away from the interior of the store. Only shopps the edges of the grocery. Dairy, produce, bread,meat, The basics. Think about this way, the closer it is to its natural state, the easier it is on the tummy. Also she was eating LOTS of salads, doc told her to quit, lettus takes a LONG time to digest.
Hope some of this helps, Hidi74 Future RNangel
Aug 2, '02Hidi74,
Thank you. I eat alot of baked potatos. I just put a lil' bit of butter and Fat-free ranch.I love baby carrots for snacks! So trying to raw food "diet" wont be hard. Thank you very much!