I am working on getting organic foods in my food program. I have a grocery store about 2 blocks away. The farmer's market is 3 blocks away with an organic chicken, turkey, and egg stand and a wild fish stand. I am within a 30 minute drive of a Whole Foods store. The food takes great and much fresher.
I have just recently been diagnosed with Barretts and am still learning. Did you start eating organic when you found out that you had Barretts? or did you eat regular for a while and then switch to organic? I am just wandering if it is the organic or just the change in eating habits?
What do you mean visualization?
Edited by: TONEILL1 at: 10/31/2010 (11:59)
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I just got the pathology report from my endoscopy last week and it states "no Barretts." My last two endoscopys showed I had Barretts Esophagus. I thougth this was an irreversable condition ? I wonder if the organic food I have been eating the last 6 months could have something to do with this latest diagnosis ? I was about to give up the organic thing just because it's so expensive to buy groceries, but now I'm thinking I should stick with it. It's worth it if my Barrett's is really gone. Has anyone ever heard of Organic food curing Barretts Esophagus ?
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