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    Had rice crepes (dosa) and minced lamb for lunch at a restaurant. Heartburn has started...


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    This seems to be the week for non-primal-food horror stories...

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      Looks like it. This was one of those dreaded unavoidable team lunches. What I chose was the lesser of the evils and yet....

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        My face swells up like an alcoholic after a 3-day drinking binge. Even the shape of my nose changes. My eyes water constantly. I get this tingling inside my nose. If I eat sugar, I for sure will get sick.

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          I noticed when I drink more than a glass or two of wine, my skin (especially around my torso) gets very tender to the touch. Perhaps very mild alcohol poisoning?


          It's been so long since I've really had anything considered non-Primal. I think the last slip I had was an ice cream sundae. It made me feel like puking. I'm really glad the ice cream shop is closed for the season. No more temptation.

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            Diana, my skin on my torso gets tender to touch also when I eat junk - I thought it was related to salt. You are the first person I,ve heard that experiences that too! Yall are stronger than I - I fell off my wagon the last few days!

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              My fingers swell and are painful at the joints - the more times I go "off" low carb, the longer it takes for my fingers to stop hurting.

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                I throw up terribly, my body can't handle any radical changes (such as ingesting a great amount of carbs).I feel like I have been poisoned.

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                  Maba I can feel your pain. Funny that you post this, I was just reading my "hangover" thread and was wondering about your planned un-primal escapade.


                  I feel your pain. Pain can fuel creativity though, so you might find a way to dodge the SAD next time!

                  “Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.” -Oscar Wilde
                  "The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it." -George Bernard Shaw
                  "The trouble with jogging is that the ice falls out of your glass." -Martin Mull

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                    Dont know if you guys believe me but my most recent failure had to do with weight loss :P


                    Typical PB day,ate some avocado,tuna,almonds,fish,chicken,olive oil and some butter.I did not go to my capoeira class because it was a break day.At night i craved something sweet and i just didnt know what to eat primal wise...I ended up eating 200 g of 54% chocolate,several slices of whole wheat bread and some rusks.The result?I was 1 kg lighter the next day(although I had like 6 bowel movements the day before).Surprisingly enough I was not even feeling crappy!But I believe it was a once in a lifetime event.Almost every time I eat crappy I feel it the next day

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                      I suffer from terrible bloat and stomach pains when I fall off the wagon. I ate some Chinese food last night and I could barely get off the couch for a few hours. Actually, that is the one of the reasons I went primal. Almost daily, esp. in the afternoon, I would get serious bloat where it hurt to walk. I thought I had maybe an ulcer (due to the pain) but cutting out greasy or acidic food didn't help. But going primal totally fixed my problems. Even one slice of wheat bread is enough to make my stomach swell.

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                        SS, just the thought of having to think of excuses to dodge the SAD is making me fat. Fortunately this time it was a small, family run restaurant. I'm going to feign food-intolerance (which is actually the truth for all of us, n'est-ce pas?) when they suggest a chain Italian restaurant.


                        I've noticed recently that my throat gets itchy when I eat sugar (from dark-chocolate) or a tiny piece of bread (rare occasion).

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