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Friday, July 27, 2012, 4:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Onions trigger my heart arrhythmia, and garlic seems to mess with me now too.  I used to eat tons of garlic though.  I was eating it for my stomach.  It helped kill h.pylori, I believe.  But not it just makes me feel like I shouldn't eat it.  

It might have something to do with low adrenals also.  I've also read funky things about really how healthy onions are for you.  Some say they are super healthy, and then other studies show they attract toxins.  I don't know.  I love them, and always have, but I just don't eat them any longer. And yeah, I stay away from soups and such when I'm out and about.  If I'm out to eat, I stick with very simple things.  Like a salad that I know what's all on it.  I usually have to special order one when I go.  Some restaurants will do this.  Most I should say.  But soup, well, you might just have to avoid that.

I eat granny smith apples.  They don't seem to mess with me.  And I haven't had any other kind of apple in a long time.  Although I'm getting to the point that I'll probably try some again.  


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So, I talked with the Nutritionist today.  She determined that I didn't need to spend the $350 on the IgG test, since I knew what my body was allergic to and didn't have any other foods that caused the same reaction.  She also told me that there's no doubt in her mind that I have an allergy to allium family foods instead of an intolerance since I can't tolerate any amount without an immediate chemical reaction with my digestive system, starting with my tongue!  I can literally stick something I'm not sure about on my tongue and know immediately if it has alliums in it or not.  Crazy.  No easing back up to them.  I'll just do without, as I have been.

Thank you so much for all the advice, tips and links.  They are much appreciated!
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Make some sprouts way better then broccoli.


      Hi Andrea, you are right. I love to eat sprouts from just about any edible plants.  Organic broccoli seeds at the health food store over here are so expensive  and the seeds seem to be not that good because I try to get them to sprout but they never come out good.  I think it may be a
waste of money so I quit.  I just decided that organic fresh broccoli is good enough for me.

I can buy broccoli sprouts for 1 bag $3.99 but I can’t find organic sprouts.  I know I probably seem picky but that’s just me.  I am crazy about organic though. Luckily, I have some herb in my small garden Sometimes if I can’t find a particular food in organic, I would rather not eat it at all.  No wonder I am so tiny and skinny!

I am sensitive to some foods and have to be careful.  For example, I bought some mixed nuts but after I ate them I my mouth began to blister on the inside.  Since they were already de-shelled, I wonder if they used some kind of preservatives that I had a reaction to.  When I buy organic nuts still in their shell, I have no problems at all.  


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on the broccoli front, when you have a gut problem it is sometimes better to actually boil the broccoli rather than steam, makes it more easy to digest.

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Hi policychecker, You are right. Also, I heard that when you boil vegetables, they lose some of their vitamins.  I read it’s about 30 – 40% loss.  So I have to be careful about how long I boil my veggies.   I also drink the liquid from the boiled vegetables.  Not only is it delicious but I believe there’s lots of vitamins there so there is a benefit to it.  On the other hand, steamed vegetables will lose only about 10%  of vitamins so most the time I steam it.


Thank you so much for the link to make the sprout.  


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I sprout my own seeds.



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      Hi Andrea, you are right. I love to eat sprouts from just about any edible plants.  Organic broccoli seeds at the health food store over here are so expensive  and the seeds seem to be not that good because I try to get them to sprout but they never come out good.  I think it may be a
waste of money so I quit.  I just decided that organic fresh broccoli is good enough for me.

I can buy broccoli sprouts for 1 bag $3.99 but I can’t find organic sprouts.  I know I probably seem picky but that’s just me.  I am crazy about organic though. Luckily, I have some herb in my small garden Sometimes if I can’t find a particular food in organic, I would rather not eat it at all.  No wonder I am so tiny and skinny!

I am sensitive to some foods and have to be careful.  For example, I bought some mixed nuts but after I ate them I my mouth began to blister on the inside.  Since they were already de-shelled, I wonder if they used some kind of preservatives that I had a reaction to.  When I buy organic nuts still in their shell, I have no problems at all.  


they are so easy using the easy sprouter have a lokk at the link I put up earlier I buy in bilk and use a tables spoon of seeds once or twice a week which produces plenty

http://www.sproutpeople.com/seed/broccoli.html


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I've heard that it's not so important to choose "organic" for sprouts, because they're typically grown indoors, in a controlled environment, and there simply isn't much need for pesticides. It matters much more for veggies grown outside in the  ground,where any insect can come flying or crawling in.


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