Your a nonnie, might be an explorer.
Also I wouldn't rule out your reactions while adverse could also be good... That is if you have a reaction via not consuming a banana with anything else. You seem to site examples of banana eating where banana is not the sole ingredient so it is really hard to make a judgment call on if the banana is even involved in your reactions.
Well put!!I wouldn't call the banana the problem until you've tested with idea by isolating it (and an organic one). That way you've established that it was good before eating, noted transient response, and then checked final response to see if it indicated possibly good or bad transient response.
There was a lady eating 30-40 bananas a day for her diet, has/had some youtube videos. If she wasn't getting potassium poisoning, I don't think you are either.
I would be first concerned about other ingredients. Next I'd wonder if you are drinking enough water for the fiber. After that I'd check to see if I had a nice big poop despite how it felt passing through.
A lot of Type O's are afraid they can't eat red meat because they get gassy when they stop eating wheat. What is actually happening is a new balance is being created, a good one. Bananas play a role for Type O in this manner too. That doesn't mean you couldn't have a problem with a banana, but I wouldn't call the banana the problem until you've tested with idea by isolating it (and an organic one). That way you've established that it was good before eating, noted transient response, and then checked final response to see if it indicated possibly good or bad transient response.
Good, large, easy, BM's are almost always a sign of something right being done. Sometimes diarrhea is too though. The Type O I know that will eat 4 bananas in a row always claims amazing BM's are to follow.
Quoted from ruthiegirlGet a water bottle that can clip onto your backpack or belt or that has a carrying bag you can wear over your shoulder. That makes it easier to always carry water with you when you walk around campus, and you can make a habit of taking a few sips before and after each class.
I decided to try out half an organic banana yesterday morning ;) Was enjoying it so much I ate the whole thing ::) No problems till a few hours later some bumps came up on my lower cheek/jawline... Hmmmm should have stuck to just a half.. Will have to test again sometime with just a small amount :-/ ;)
Hi there... For years my O type husband always ate a banana each day for lunch ;) Some time after starting on the BTD he suddenly found he could no longer tolerate them...(Stomach pains/upsets) For well over a year he steered clear of them but now in the last 6 months he has been tolerating them if cooked in cake ??)
I had never thought to try him on organic bananas & we are not sure if the cake is made with organic ones or not :-/ We're also wondering if they started using different sprays on the crops a few years ago ??) I hope you can figure this out?!
Btw I just saw a link that advised Gerber banana baby food is on recall as possibly containing pieces of glass? Other sites claim this is a hoax?!
Could be a build up then? Bananas are high in histamines & fructose... They are also one of those foods which inhibit the sulfite enzymes, so for anyone who is sensitive to sulphites, unless they are eating foods high in or regularly taking Molybdenum they might get problems with bananas in the long run... Specially if their diet contains also a lot of other foods, which inhibits the sulfite enzymes...Quoted from tolondontoparisSame thing with me! Ate them everyday, then out of the blue, BOOM! PAIN! I dunno if it was constipation, food combination, too much potassium (doubt it), or just reaching my tolerance of them, but I am staying clear of them for a little while, I will probably test them again in a few weeks. I just wish I knew what it was! And the times it happens, it's usually just one banana, like at breakfast after I have been eating them a lot.
Could be a build up then? Bananas are high in histamines & fructose... They are also one of those foods which inhibit the sulfite enzymes, so for anyone who is sensitive to sulphites, unless they are eating foods high in or regularly taking Molybdenum they might get problems with bananas in the long run... Specially if their diet contains also a lot of other foods, which inhibits the sulfite enzymes...
Those of us who are sensitive to either (or all of these things) can tolerate up to a certain amount of things like this, before reaching saturation point... ::) These are the things that make my skin break out (especially the sulphites - natural or added to foods) but I am much better when I watch out for those things & limit them...
Like I said, I might have been ok with a few bites, or even up to a half... :-/ Hard to test just part of a banana, unless able to share eh ;)
Quoted from Amazone I.no wonder.. too high in sugars for us as being nonnies ;) and as mentioned above :D......I once went for baby-bananas and those were + - ok but perhaps only coz they were that small ;) ;D....
No, a build up of histamines, sulphites & fructose levels... Could be 1 or all 3 you & I are reacting to... :-/ I am only going to trial a small amount next time for sure ::) ;) Good luck :D