MediTest
Submitted by Irene4k on Sun, 2018-03-18 06:39

Not been on this site recently so forgive me if this info has already been shared.I continue to research and try to take my health forward, and an ongoing battle is sorting out my gut.  I've had this problem since age 4, when I had my first hospitalisation with CPn.  t seems I may have found my answer!  One day wanerding around in my local Sainsbury's I saw Roquefort Cheese, made from raw sheep's milk, in an area of France from a particular breed of sheep, and ripened in caves traditionally.  I've not taken dairy for years, but I so yearned for a piece of that cheese that I gave in.  My gut has considerably improved!  I have since been wondering why, and I found this article on pub med to share with you all.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3655667/Irene 

I seem to recall seeing this particular cheese mentioned on these pages a few years ago. I never actually got around to trying it. Apart from my jokes, I'm not really a cheesy person ... more of a cheeky person.

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I have been trying to pick up some of Lucky Irene's luck. I was out yesterday afternoon for a short time gathering provisions for the Killay Seafood & Fish Festival. Just before setting off back to home, I remembered that I'd been meaning to grab some Roquefort Cheese and give it a go. I popped into Marks and Spencer's and grabbed a pack. I tried some this evening; very tasty it is too. Tomorrow, I expect to cast aside my two sticks; give my power wheelchair the one finger sign and go and walk that coastal path.

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