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aman
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stomach trouble

Post by aman » Wed Jun 04, 2008 1:17 pm

I have been working out and eating for quite a while now. I have made good gains also. Lately I seem to be having trouble with my stomach as I always feel heavy. There is no pain as such. just slight discomfort. my doc says is acidity. As i have been on a high protein diet..I heard from a John Berardi article that it can be acidic so i eat lot of veggies and fruits..but its not coming under control. my diet looks like this

MEAL 1 - cottage cheese sandwich, fruits and veggies salad
MEAL 2 - 200 gm yogurt + 25 gms whey+ apple + banana+almonds (my shake)
MEAL3 - rice , fuits,raw veggies,
MEAL 4 - 25 gms whey + 200 gms yogurt
workouts
MEAL 5 - 25 whey + 40 glucose
meal 6 - one full chiecken + raw veggies
(2 gms of cod liver oil)

Please advice ..how to handle this problem. Thanks

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Re: stomach trouble

Post by daniel4738 » Fri Jun 06, 2008 12:28 pm

aman wrote:I have been working out and eating for quite a while now. I have made good gains also. Lately I seem to be having trouble with my stomach as I always feel heavy. There is no pain as such. just slight discomfort. my doc says is acidity. As i have been on a high protein diet..I heard from a John Berardi article that it can be acidic so i eat lot of veggies and fruits..but its not coming under control. my diet looks like this

MEAL 1 - cottage cheese sandwich, fruits and veggies salad
MEAL 2 - 200 gm yogurt + 25 gms whey+ apple + banana+almonds (my shake)
MEAL3 - rice , fuits,raw veggies,
MEAL 4 - 25 gms whey + 200 gms yogurt
workouts
MEAL 5 - 25 whey + 40 glucose
meal 6 - one full chiecken + raw veggies
(2 gms of cod liver oil)

Please advice ..how to handle this problem. Thanks
It could be too much whey. IIRC i read that protein powder contains a lot of sulphur which may be contributing. Maybe it's worth doing a little google research on it.

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