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wit
Monday, October 22, 2007, 2:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Anyone get this reaction?

I eat lemon or grapefruit and my upper back muscles get stiff and start to hurt? Are these making me too alkaline?
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Monday, October 22, 2007, 2:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I cant answer this particular ?, but I can tell you when I eat wheat, it pulls my ribhead out in the upper part of my back, between my shoulderblades. Who would'a thunk eh?  




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Quoted from wit
Anyone get this reaction?

I eat lemon or grapefruit and my upper back muscles get stiff and start to hurt? Are these making me too alkaline?


When I eat citrus fruit, the pain in my leg (sciatica) gets worse. I don't know why that is, but I stopped eating citrus.
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Hi Wit

Last week we had a company BBQ and I ate every avoid known to womankind.  On my way home two hours later I noticed I had a sore muscle thing going on between my shoulder blades.

Then I remembered I used to have it all the time until I started the BTD.  Funny, I had completely forgotten about it until it returned.

Food is so powerful!


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interesting, it hits me right between the shoulder blades too. when I take too much ascorbic acid it can hurt right up into my neck and down my arm. since is scaled back to 250 mg its alright. I used to take lemon juice in water every morning and found it a big help but it seems to hurt my muscles when combined with weight lifting and the more dynamic yoga poses.

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Maybe the shoulder blade pain is a "special" A nonnie thing.  


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Maybe the shoulder blade pain is a "special" A nonnie thing.  


Sorry, no, does it to me too.  



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