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Azure Agony
Saturday, May 17, 2008, 11:51am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hello,

Does any O out there eat eggs but find that although they tolerate them quite well (better than other dairy) they still can be mucus producing?
Be interested to read anyone's thoughts.

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Are you eating the eggs with bread of any sort? Eggs and bread go together.

My Teacher bt A daughter gets a stomache ache that lasts for hours with eggs if she combines them with bread, but alone they do not bother her.

So it may not be the eggs but what ever you eat with them.


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Azure Agony
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I eat the eggs either on their own or with, for example, rice pasta, the right herbs, olive oil etc. So its not other foods.


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Have you tried using egg whites alone or maybe only one whole egg and an egg white?  No specific science to this but as I read your post it occurred to me that I'd like to see if it's the whole egg or just the yolk...
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I tolerate eggs okay if I don't eat them too often, don't know why.


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I have been eating them because I was bored with meat meat and more meat which is all I'm allowed to eat for protein. Eggs are allowed which adds more variety.  I found that buying the pure whites in a milk carton then adding and regular egg out of the carton is the best way to cut out egg yolks. This way I don't waste yolks either. I like to eat 1 yolk max. I hope someday to find a viable source of vegetable protein to supplement my diet with. I have 0- and am A non secretor.
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Nice idea about the egg white / yolk, hadn't thought of that one.  

Thanks.


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Quoted from Azure Agony
Nice idea about the egg white / yolk, hadn't thought of that one.  

Thanks.


I'm actually using eggs as much for the yolk as anything. The eggs that I have been using have a 1:1 omega 3:6 ratio, which helps a bit balancing out my sometimes use of grainfed beed. Also lots of great B vitamins, lecithin and so on. Benefit of being an O, though moreso for those O's with androgenic epigenetic influences (GTD Hunters).
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I eat eggs raw daily, usually 1 or 2. I haven't had any problems.

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I need 3 eggs every day for breakfast to feel balanced.  Eggs give my Teacher son "digestive distress" whenever he eats them, but they don't bother my Teacher husband or daughter.  I'm thinking it might just be one of those "individuality" quirks for you......
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Quoted from Azure Agony
Hello,

Does any O out there eat eggs but find that although they tolerate them quite well (better than other dairy) they still can be mucus producing?
Be interested to read anyone's thoughts.

Cheers  



Yes, at first my head feels stuffy as if I'm getting a cold and then the mucus drains, but it's always thicker mucus than a normal cold.  The strangest symptom though is a white spot that shows up on the pupil of my eye.  An eye doctor looked at it and said it was an inflamed vein.  It shows up at about the same spot on both my eyes.  I only ever get that when I have eggs and I'm pretty sure it's the egg white that causes it.  I began doing my own experimenting when I suspected eggs as causing it and found I seem to do fine with just yolks.  I think I'm not processing the protein of the whites.

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Mmmm....interesting, never thought of eggs as mucus producing.  Absolutely love how eggs make me feel after eating them for breaky but Explorers have them as a black dot    and I'm trying to cut back  -  it's hard  
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I eat one egg at a time when I do eat them, but yes I get micus every time that I eat eggs, so I just lay back on them and only eat them every once in a while.


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A pattern seems to be appearing here ; the symptom Karen mentioned  is worth checking out, an individuality quirk as someone else said could be the way to look at it. As Dr.D himself wrote that the planet is not made up of 4 kinds of humans, even the Genotype , although more accurate (I find it v.useful -  a breakthrough for me actually) will still have quirks in it. Each book that he writes shows the next level of research uncovered, facinating. I'd really like to meet him one fine day.


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As a child I was allergic to egg whites.  I eat a lot of eggs now without problems.  I am careful about eating only organic eggs though.
I find they give me the high protein start I need.
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I love eggs but I limit to 6 a week and always organic...I like eggs that come from happy chickens.


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I get mucus too. throat and vaginal . I have noticed they tend to sit heavy in my stomach.

Why?

I do not get mucus with milk or cheese. Well only after I have been abstinent for a while and I start consuming again. And it is only a watery nose and perhaps some need to clear my throat in the morning.

With eggs I did not use to consume them much before. It's with the GTD that I started consuming 2 in the morning.

It bothers me as it is the best substitute for my toast at breakfast so I would love to know it is a detox process !

I am talking about ecological eggs for which I pay a fortune.

Kind regards.


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I don't seem to have a problem with eating eggs.  I have them about every second day or so.  If in a smoothie I will only use one yolk with two whites, otherwise, I eat the yolks.  Sunny side ups, easy overs and soft pouched are my favorites. Yummilicous.  

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I can tolerate one organic egg at a time, any more and I feel a little sick.  Haven't noticed mucous production but it is possible.  Might test it out tomrw morning and let you know.


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Interesting...all those who've had a symptom have been O secretors    
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When I first started going through puberty, I used to get migraines from cooked egg whites. It only lasted about one year, and I'm sure it was from the eggs because the migraines would hit instantly. Then one day, some egg sneaked into my salad, I ate it, and nothing happened...
Today I can eat eggs whenever with no problems.


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Like many of you I also prefer the organic eggs and particularly the ones that have been fed on flax as opposed to maize.


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