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FOOD TOLERANCES! What foods cant you eat??

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ladywiccana, Jul 20, 2009.


  1. Ladywiccana

    Ladywiccana PetForums VIP

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    I cant eat pineapple or beetroot, lets just say lol, straight in and straight out :001_tt2: :idea: :smilewinkgrin: :eek:hmy: :smilewinkgrin:.

    What cant your body take???
     
  2. Ducky

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    wheat and wheatgluten. extremely annoying but i am starting to get used to it now. i do miss cakes though :(
     
  3. SeaThreePeeO

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    I cannot eat tomatoes or kiwis as they make my tongue swell.
     
  4. scosha37

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    I cant eat Chips....:( or Pies....:(
     
  5. suzy93074

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    Unfortunately I can eat anything!!:D:D;)
     
  6. Badger's Mum

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    I can eat anything:D
     
  7. scosha37

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    :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2: :001_tt2:
     
  8. Badger's Mum

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    :eek::eek: sorry :D:D
     
  9. scosha37

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    I was thinking mybe you could eat anything and not put on weight...lol

    i ment to say that...:001_tt2:
     
  10. Badger's Mum

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    Erm yeah i can :eek: :D
     
  11. owieprone

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    I'm currently on an elimiation diet to find out what's (if anything foodwise) causing my urtcaria and OAS (definately food related). I technically shouldn't be doing this as i have acute rather than chronic, as i don't think i'm THAT allergic to anything i think i'll be fine lol.

    I've been on it a week, though i haven't bothered cutting out bread (and associated ingredients), milk or soy(a) as they're the hardest to do and need faaar more planning than i can be arsed with at the moment.

    However have found out that i am allergic (not intolerant) of something in crisps, i can only eat crisps that i make myself or with the following ingredients : tatties, oil (any) and sea salt. thank god for tyrell's and redsky :D

    While doing this i'm on the cambridge diet (reduces the amount of flavours i can have somewhat!) so that i don't have to think too hard about what i can eat.
    luckily i'm not allergic to any nuts :D so i can eat peanut butter as usual :D

    I know i'm intolerant of tuna if it's been packed badly or left out for (either in my kitchen or during processing) too long, or if it's not been flaked in to iddybitty pieces, but as i don't eat any other fish :D cutting it out isn't too hard as during the elim-diet i can't eat it anyway.
     
  12. francesandjon

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    I can't eat duck eggs (but chicken eggs are fine.....) and am becoming more allergic to prawns, although I like them too much to stop eating them, and at the moment the reaction isn't too bad!
     
  13. suzy93074

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    Now that is something I havent quite got the hang of yet sharon! I only have to look at food to put a few pounds on!:rolleyes: :Dxxx
     
  14. owieprone

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    what reaction are you getting?

    the more you eat them the more allergic you will become, you will also be allergic to all other crustacea.
     
  15. ColliePower

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    Ditto!!!!!!!


    Hence my weight loss thread...i have to start eating less!

    But I cant BARE onions!!!
     
  16. Biawhiska

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    anything with sugar/carbs wheat/gluten , well can eat sugar have diabetes but need insulin
     
  17. JANICE199

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    coffee 1st thing in the morning is a big nono.lol...other things are sultans, stew,or mixed veg.but i still eat them.lol
     
  18. Badger's Mum

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    I've got stew tonight:D
     
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    I'll stear cear of you then.pmsl;):D:D so tomorow it will be bagers bum.:001_tt2:
     
  20. Tigerneko

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    well, there's nothing I can't eat.... but I will never ever eat a mushroom for as long as I live, I can't think of anything worse to eat!!
     
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