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macawluver
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Anyone else react negatively to a food that is supposed to be a beneficial? It seems everytime I eat bananas I get this massive head rush and feel really yucky for a while after. It has gotten so bad that I now find myself avoiding them all together. I just wonder why they affect me like this when they are supposed to be so good for me. I also feel this similar feeling after drinking fresh squeezed pineapple juice. Perhaps I am reacting to the sugar in these foods.

Anyone have any ideas?
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That would be a good guess.  Do you eat them alone?

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For me; artichokes


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For me; artichokes



how sad both types?



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Yes, both types. And it's since last year actually.

I have yet to try the leaves of the globe. It's the season now, and I used to like the leaves more than the heart.

Wish me luck


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Yes, lets hope you don't 'choke'



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How sad for you, macawluver...I don't know what I would do without my bananas.  

And...Yaman...good luck with the globe leaves.  

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The only fruits I can eat are a small amount of cherries, blue berries and plums and that is if I eat them right before bed with a handful of nuts. I do seem to have a sugar problem from all fruits but can handle these the best. I did learn from others on here that eating fats with fruit will be helpful. It has helped me to be able to have at least a little fruit
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Bananas make me feel ill - I can't eat them; also, red wine gives me a headache and cherries make my throat itch (but I eat them anyway).


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Bananas make me feel ill - I can't eat them; also, red wine gives me a headache and cherries make my throat itch (but I eat them anyway).


I believe cherries are high in salicilates  - do you have trouble with aspirin?

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For me; artichokes


Is that raw or cooked?
I can eat Jerusalem artichokes raw and although I like them cooked they are very 'windy' - rather I should say.....  

Joyce

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your body must be getting rid of all the lectins from the past.....give it time to adjust, and introduce the benies gradually.


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I get a rash from red wine, purple grape juice, and raisons.  The white varieties don’t bother me.  


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Is that raw or cooked?
I can eat Jerusalem artichokes raw and although I like them cooked they are very 'windy' - rather I should say.....  

Joyce



Hi Joyce,

I get the same reaction like you do when I eat them cooked. And I thought eating raw could have been even more disastrous Now that I see it works for you, I will give it a try.

Cheers,
Yaman



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Jerusalem artichokes are not like artichokes.......

they are root veggies.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem_artichoke


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yech heliantus tuberosus, was and is still used to weight managements in tincture forms here; but I was asking me always why couldn't I stand this smell; ....clarrooo now I know it better topinambur is a no-no for us, the Royals
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Jerusalem artichokes are not like artichokes.......

they are root veggies.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem_artichoke


iyi gunler, canim!


I know Lola'cim, and we call them "apples of the ground" like "pomme de terre". And actually they are not Jerusalem but girasole

But I do have (similar) reactions when I eat globe or Jerusalem artichokes.

Cheers,
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hope that reaction will pass eventually, like your reaction to bananas....


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I have stopped bananas as I get just too bloaty and heavy feeling.  I get a slight head rush as well, and they leave me craving more!  So, my fruits now are blueberries, cherries and sometimes dried figs.  Just can't do too much sugar myself.  I have been adding flaxseed milled to my son's banana/cherry mix that I make them and he doesn't act so spacey afterwards, so that is helping, but for me, I just cut them for now.
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hope that reaction will pass eventually, like your reaction to bananas....


I do hope so, yet it is different this time. My 30 something years reaction to bananas disappeared within a couple of months into the BTD. But the artichokes, the reactions started early last year, that is in my seventh year of BTD'ing..

Maybe I'm just getting older

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...we call them "apples of the ground" like "pomme de terre". And actually they are not Jerusalem but girasole...


They are called Jerusalem Artichokes in US - It metamorphosized crossing the 'pond'. How the Artichoke ever got attached, who knows...

Also, there is a Native American food crop that is also known as 'Earth Apple' or 'Groundnut' {NOT to be further confused with Peanuts}. It is the
Apios americana - Fabaceae



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Macaw,

Being an O non-secretor -- like myself -- means that you have the highest all of possible intolerances for carbohydrates.  Normally, non-secretors in general have a higher intolerance for carbs than secretors, but O non-secretors have it worst of all:

http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl?action=browse;oldid=Non-secretors;id=Secretor_Status

An O-nonnie that I was talking to recently said that he really started only feeling maximally healthy when he cut out all carbs from his diet.
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An O-nonnie that I was talking to recently said that he really started only feeling maximally healthy when he cut out all carbs from his diet.


I definitely agree with this. I have also noticed this about myself. I REALLY do not tolerate any carbs well at all. This, unfortunately, includes fruits. The carbs in veggies don't bother me so much though so I eat tons of them.

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