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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandra in BC View Post
    I get this too, after eating baked goods...not just sweet stuff, but home made biscuits (my kryptonite), bread, plain pancakes & waffles, tortillas, pizza crust, etc. Home made. No mystery ingredients.

    If it doesn't make me want to lie down and take a nap, then I can actually feel thee sensation of blood pulsing through my veins and my heart beating faster/harder for a couple of hourse after eating. Occasionally even a sensation of breathlessness.

    Sugar from fruit, chocolate, candy or ice cream doesn't do this to me. Just floury baked goods.
    Yep, me too, same thing.

    And I can't really see how it's "just the carbs" doing it, because I can eat a regular FUCKTON of
    candy (snickers, resees, twix, heath, jr. mints - about 1K cals worth) and that doesn't do shit.

    Sooooooo, dunno!

    Hope you're able to figure it out, Jammies, cuz it SUPER SUCKS.

    Mine lasts a good hour. Gah.

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    Last night at work there were some leftover fudge cookie things. The ingredients were not that terrible aside from flour (palm oil, the upgraded junk ingredients of less-than-abysmal quality), so I ate a few. Then, at my next break, I ate a few more. Think I ended up eating 5 or 6, they were pretty small. But the rest of the morning, heart went crazy, I felt hot and a little distant, etc. First wheat flour anything I've had in many months. Paid for it, too. Not quite worth it...would have been better off just buying a bar of chocolate.


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    Seems like for most people it must be the wheat. I think it must be the combo of wheat and sugar in my case. I don't recall getting it from just eating bread - although I can't be sure.

    Interesting to me, I ended up getting two sores in my mouth and one in my nose, horrible sinus congestion, and had to come home from work early today to sleep. Probably a co-incidence, but perhaps eating that way is a real stressor to my body and the heart-rate is the sign.

    The cookie experiment has ended (I did end up winning the contest ). I am happy to get back to my normal eating now.

    I have been wondering if that response is somehow indicative of the presence of leaky gut. Anyone know?
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    It's so much speculation. There haven't been comprehensive studies on leaky gut as far as I know. And I'm even more doubtful that GAPS can fix it. I've basically been doing gaps for months, and a little red sauce and a few cookies still messed me up, so I think it's hogwash at this point. I'm back to thnking some foods are just poisonous to some people, period.


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    Knifegill, you're supposed to do GAPS for 1.5-2 years before introducing non-GAP foods. It takes a long time to heal the gut, and even when one starts introducing non-GAPS foods, it starts with fermented buckwheat, quinoa, and millet. You didn't do GAPS right, especially with eating starches, so your gut never had a chance to heal. Your not a very good GAPS example .

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    Yeah, well, :P


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    It's so much speculation. There haven't been comprehensive studies on leaky gut as far as I know. And I'm even more doubtful that GAPS can fix it. I've basically been doing gaps for months, and a little red sauce and a few cookies still messed me up, so I think it's hogwash at this point. I'm back to thnking some foods are just poisonous to some people, period.
    I think there is pretty solid data that leak gut exists and correlates with autoimmunity and inflammation. But its the healing it that seems more difficult. I wish there was a set plan for recovery that would work for everyone.
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