Dianna
...feeling hopeful Dianna @diannad

Treatment, diet

I had a 71 yr old friend tell me recently, he got P on his elbows occasionally. When he was in the army, an old army dr told him to quit eating anything pickled. Said as soon as he did, it all goes away completely? Anybody had any experience on that?

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11 responses

 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

Hello Dianne, interesting,I dont eat anything pickled and its still there, he was a lucky man if thats all it took to clear it :)


deborah
deborah @deborah4

Never been a picked eater... never really like that stuff.


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

Well Deborah, thats definitely pickled my brains


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

I absolutely love pickles! But I haven't eaten any in 7 months or more. And the p is better for sure but it is still here!


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

Hi Dianne. Never been a fan of pickles, since little. My girls loves it and I can't see why. All that vinegar! But, having Chips/fries with lots of vinegar...now that is Delicious :)


Maureen
Maureen @maureen98

This has nothing to do with pickles but I am going to go on a gluten free diet next week as I read that eating wheat products is not good for the big P. Hope it helps me.


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

Great,I hope it does Maureen, anything worth a shot, good for you , i wish you well :) :)


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

Good luck Maureen! Let us know how its going. I will be following this post :)


Maureen
Maureen @maureen98

Thank you both. Now I see why this site is so
good and important


Dianna
Dianna @diannad

According to my friend, it was anything pickled. Pickled eggs, beets, pickles, etc. I don't eat anything of that nature except dill pickles, I could eat them daily. So I am thinking its a fluke with him, LOL He IS lucky it just happens occasionally with him. Every time I think I have got onto something to help, it will almost go away completely then get up and bam its all there again.


Susan
Susan @godcares

I eat all kinds of pickles, fermented and not. All my life! Never thought it made a difference. Still eat pickles and no issues now. Love, love love fermented vegetables!



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