If you read my earlier post on broccoli, then you know I’ve been shoveling in tons of the stuff. I also added cole slaw for the cabbage and occasionally cauliflower. Soon, I will find broccoli sprouts and start eating those, too.
All in the name of searching out sharktank.org’s mysterious Isothiocyanates. That’s why I’m eating cruciferous vegetables.
I won’t repeat my earlier post. But here’s the latest. After 40 plus years of taking enzymes, first the powdered form with applesauce when I was a child and now capsules, I can’t find the correct dosage. I’m constipated a lot and my digestion and the results of it have been smaller and perfect.
Last week on a business trip, I forgot to refill my enzymes for dinner and had only three for a large meal. I thought I would pay the price, but all was fine.
I don’t get it and don’t know if it has anything to do with the Isothiocyanates. I’m not used to this level of good digestion over such a long period of time.
I’ll be calling my CF Center this week to discuss enzyme dosages. It’s been a long time since I had that conversation.