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I have a feeling I know the answer to this question, but on the hopeful chance I'm wrong.....................
In the Fatigue Book, peppers go to avoids. Would green chilies be considered avoids as well?  (Please let the answer be no.....)  



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Um...okay, then we will not answer.
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Um...okay, then we will not answer.


 



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Nightshade family are bad news when it comes to causing fatigue, joint aches etc. Sorry Pat!


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That's what I was afraid of! Back to WF they go then.    
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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?111

the powder is made from the chili pepper so I don't see why you can't have it...there are no lectins in.

It's a neutral allowed frequently in the fatigue book for O's


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mikeo, I really love your answer, but unless the chilis used to make chili powder are roasted or something to make them that color, we are speaking of different chili peppers. I'm hoping YOU are right tho.



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mikeo, I really love your answer, but unless the chilis used to make chili powder are roasted or something to make them that color, we are speaking of different chili peppers. I'm hoping YOU are right tho.


General Description:

A powdered seasoning mixture of dried CHILES, garlic, oregano, cumin, coriander and cloves.

Traditionally, chile powder is made from dried RED chiles...green chiles are just younger versions of red chiles (not left on the plant stem as long).

Either way, for me, they are still avoid. But when I'm in NM next week I'm going to have me some green chile and sopapillas with honey.


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Either way, for me, they are still avoid. But when I'm in NM next week I'm going to have me some green chile and sopapillas with honey.


Since you are an A and I'm an O, are they an avoid for me?
BTW, enjoy your green chile and sopapillas with honey on your trip next week!  



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Well, that's a darned good question. According to the Typebase, chile powder is a neutral for everyone except A secretors (wouldn't you know it!). But I do know that chiles are part of the pepper family and are as such classified as nightshades. Nightshades (tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, and eggplant) are known to cause inflammation. So really, I cannot offer you a definitive answer. I still eat chiles once in a while and don't get the same reaction to them as  I do when I eat potatoes, but that's just me. Perhaps someone else will chime in.


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mikeo, I really love your answer, but unless the chilis used to make chili powder are roasted or something to make them that color, we are speaking of different chili peppers. I'm hoping YOU are right tho.


check your fatigue book again cause mine says all peppers as well as chilli peppers are allowed frequently for O's....if you're looking in the arthritis book peppers are allowed infrequently and chilli peppers frequently





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