Yeah, I'm aware that his condition is similar to mine. Thanks for mentioning him though...I really do need to try contacting him sometime. I've been hesitant to contact him simply because I know he advocates a lot of nutritional things that I personally know I can't handle. So that tells me his "non colon" is less sensitive than mine or something. But you're right...I really should try regardless.
Wow thanks, I'll look into all of that. I used to have goat cheese and milk when I was younger, and I've always been a fan of it. I don't think I've had much though since losing my colon. As for the liver, I'll give that a go to see if that works. I forgot to mention this earlier, but I definitely need foods that are extremely dense in nutrition so I don't have to eat as high a volume. The less volume for me, the better. So that's an awesome idea, thank you.
For cardio, I used to play intense basketball 5 days a week...but after 19 years of competitive 'ball, I finally called it quits now that my knee is completely shot. So now I shoot hoops by myself averaging a heart rate anywhere between 90-130 before or after my workouts for 15-30 minutes. Sometimes 60.
For lifting, I just switched to a split routine...hitting each muscle group once per week with higher volume (15-20 sets per workouts). I was really enjoying a HFT plan by Layne Norton that I got excellent strength results with (and even some fat loss), but my bum knee caused the switch.
I get about 7-8 hours of sleep a night. But it's never "good" sleep because I'm always waking up to either use the rest room, or because my stomach hurts.
Stress is always high...on a count of my various health problems. No colon, Raynaud's disease, Ehlers Danlos, intense ear problems, etc. I know everyone suffers through things in life...but I feel completely snake bitten, and it's hard to ignore it all and push on.
Thanks, I'll look him up.