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Personal Indrepta Results

I wanted to report the latest news we are seeing with my daughter using Indrepta. She is 19 years old and is DDF508. She is home for the summer and has been away the last year at university.  She has had to maintain her CF regimen by herself. Over the …

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Cystic Fibrosis diet: Recipe Contest! Win one of 4 x $50 Gift Cards

The Cystic Fibrosis Diet Recipe Contest is open again! Enter a recipe that forms part of your Cystic Fibrosis Diet by 31 May 2017, to stand a chance to receive one of 4 $50.00 Amazon gift cards. Your recipe can include ANY of the following category ideas: Recipes for weight gain …

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The yogurt and kefir milk in the picture are lowfat but other brands do carry whole or full-fat versions.
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Full-Fat Fermented Dairy May Cause Less Inflammation Than Regular Dairy

In the cystic fibrosis diet, dairy products are often used to reach high-calorie targets, and new research has shown that it may be beneficial to focus on full-fat fermented dairy rather than regular dairy, because full-fat fermented dairy may cause less cardiovascular inflammation. A study published in the British Journal …

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Indrepta C Lottery Winners

Planetary Biosciences is holding a Give Away Lottery on the cysticfibrosis.com group, for 7 people receiving one bottle of Indrepta C, to celebrate the release of this new product.  If you want to be part of this lottery, please send an email to [email protected] with the Subject: Indrepta Lottery.  Please read …

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Indrepta C now available for nonsense mutations

Sharktank Research Foundation releases Indrepta C; a nutritional supplement targeted for nonsense mutations Sharktank Research Foundation announces promising news for CF patients with ‘X’ or nonsense mutations, which cause a premature stop codon. The CFTR nonsense mutation W1282X is shown to be activated by a natural dietary supplement, curcumin.1 Recently, …

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Potential benefits of honey in Cystic Fibrosis Treatment

  Honey has been used for centuries as a food and sweetener but also for its healing properties. Early uses of honey has been noted in ancient civilisations, in countries such as Egypt, Greece, China and Spain. Honey continues to be a popular food today, and a natural product that is widely used for …

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First Winner! Probiotic/Prebiotic Recipe Contest (Cystic Fibrosis diet)

This recipe and picture were submitted by cysticfibrosis.com member haimapatel. She is the first winner of the Probiotic/Prebiotic Recipe Contest and will receive a $50 Amazon gift card. The recipe looks easy to follow and delicious! Please give it a try. You can thank her and ask her questions in …

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Probiotics and Prebiotics in Food – benefits in the cystic fibrosis diet

PROBIOTICS yogurt kefir milk buttermilk soy/nut milks fermented soft cheeses (also gouda, cheddar, swiss, parmesan) kombucha tea sauerkraut (unpasteurized) kimchi miso soup tempeh sourdough bread olives sour pickles (not pickles made in vinegar) PREBIOTICS leeks asparagus chicory Jerusalem artichokes kale (and other dark leafy greens) garlic onions whole grains (barley, …

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Intestinal Bacteria in Research Articles: immune system and digestion

Earlier this month, the article by LittleLab4CF, Fecal Microbial Transplants and the book “Gut” discussed the importance of having and feeding the right bacteria in our GI tracts. Our gut bacteria influences our immune systems, the comfort/pain level we have when digesting foods, and our ability to extract nutrients from …

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Fecal Microbial Transplants and “Gut” by Guilia Enders

Cystic Fibrosis symptoms manifest in many ways, including gastrointestinal problems. Over the years, CysticFibrosis.com member and moderator LittleLab4CF has helped many people with GI problems in the forums and through private messages. His insight and advice come from years of personal experience with GI disease and from being a scientist. …

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