8290348 Questions (and Answers) About Previlean

Or nine. Nine questions is a lot isn’t it? This journey with Previlean has been extraordinary. I had a blood test and some panic that I was going to be dining on plates of air and then I got used to eating without feeling queasy. It had never dawned on me that food was giving me indigestion. I thought it was the piles of pills I take every day for RA. I’m a pharmaceutical dumping ground and it’s completely logical to assume that the pills were setting my esophogus on …

Previlean: I Learn Slowly

It’s been quite some time since I’ve been on the PreviLEAN plan. First I took the blood test, then I eliminated foods from my diet and then I (predictably) felt great. And then I did something else predictable. I ate everything in sight. I ate pasta with wheat flour, cake (more dairy, flour and sugar) and washed it all down with fruity drinks that I have no business drinking. In addition to having almost instantaneous heartburn I also spent the next 24 hours feeling stiff and store. It’s like a full …

#Previlean Chat: Wednesday July 18 10am PT

Plan on joining me and Anne-Marie Nichols for another Previlean chat. This week we will talk specifically about the ALCAT test, what it is, why we took it and food sensitivities. Anne-Marie took the test a few years ago and found it life changing. Also joining us will be the team from PreviMedica. Be sure to follow everyone on twitter: @JessicaGottlieb (me) @amnichols (Anne-Marie) @PreviMedica (the official PreviMedica twitter id) @AmyPieczarka (director of nutrition services) RSVP here with your name and twitter id for the second #PreviLean twitter chat on Wednesday July 18 …