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    Hi all,
    In an effort to improve my digestive system I have recently endeavored to add more vegetables to my pretty strict paleo food intake and have started taking probiotics a few times a week after not bothering with them for a while. For the last two days I have been producing a veritable symphony in the woodwind section (if you see what I mean).
    Can anybody advise me? Should I persevere with the kale and probiotics? I really don't need any more bloating in my life.



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    I've found cooked veges less problematic than raw.
    There are many alternatives to kale, why not try some other veges.
    With the probiotics, maybe start with a much smaller dose and build up gradually as your system adjusts.
    Good luck.
    My first journal - http://forum.marksdailyapple.com/for...mal-highlights

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    • #3
      If I were an author, I'd write about Killer Kale. For all its supposed nutritional benefits, raw kale did a number on my already sensitized gut, and I almost ended up in hospital with diverticulitis. I no longer eat any quantity of kale, cooked or raw. I find I can handle cooked veggies, as Annieh pointed out, easier. Probiotics should not cause bloating - non-digestion of various foods causes bloating. Back off and try again, less quantitatively. Paleo is not just meat and fat, but encompasses a wide, if seasonal, variety of fruits and vegetables, along with enough good water. This gas, too, shall pass. ;-)

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