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I have a lot of health issues, what's the best way to start using my NutriBullet Rx?

I have a lot of health issues & would like help getting started with my NutriBulletRx. I am a diabetic, overweight, have gastroperisis, need a low oxalate diet, suffer from depression, stress, fibromyalgia, joint pain & swelling, night sweats, sleep problems,kidney stones, gall stones & have N.A.S.H.(non-alcoholic steato hepatitis). I am also allergic to seafood & shellfish.
I want to use the NutriBulletRx to attain my best results. Please help me

Thanks

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3 years ago

Dietitian's Answer

Of course any recs I would suggest speaking w/ your Dr. about...
It sounds to me like your body overall is in an inflamed state. Losing some weight should trickle down to help a lot of these other issues. First and foremost, cut out packaged processed foods, fast foods, and sugar-laden foods and beverages if those are still in your diet.
Try Blasting with our greens and reds in a veggie-filled Blast. You can find a link to those here: https://www.nutribulletsuperfoods.com/
Check out our recipes we suggest for those with diabetes and make adjustments for your low-oxalate dietary needs:
https://www.nutriliving.com/topics/diabetes (scroll down for recipes)
Here are a few suggestions for LOW OXALATE FOODS!
Fruits: Apples, avocados, banana, cherries, cranberries, melons (cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon), seedless grapes (red and green), peaches, pear, plums.
Vegetables: Asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumbers; iceberg and Romaine lettuce; radishes, mushrooms, onions (yellow and white); squash (zucchini, acorn, and yellow); red sweet peppers, turnips (root), water chestnuts.
Beverages: Spring and filtered water, chamomile tea, ginger ale, beer, apple juice, apple cider.
Grains: White and wild rice; barley.
Herbs and Spices: Basil, cilantro, mustard, nutmeg, white pepper, saffron, tarragon, vanilla, salt.
Nuts, Peas and Seeds: Coconut; black-eyed peas, green peas, and yellow split peas; flax seeds.
http://www.upmc.com/patients-visitors/education/nutrition/pages/low-oxalate-diet.aspx

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