- November 4, 2013 at 3:31 am #112282
We had a cookout with sugary-starchy foods everywhere this weekend, so I took a gamble and shopped around for some almond butter. It was unsweetened and had 2 grams of natural sugars per serving, so it tasted so ridiculously good that I’m certain I ate more than one serving…maybe three… >.>
There’s been no adverse reactions since I pigged-out; not even the headaches I usually have. I’ve been following the diet for four weeks now with only one sucralose screw up. I haven’t been able to tell with certainty if my body’s been “evicting” any colonies, though there’s been odd sightings in the restroom.
So, would it be safe to eat a tester food in the next couple of days, or have I royally goofed and set myself back?November 4, 2013 at 6:24 pm #112292
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6838
I would test something in a few days, and test something a few days after that…
You will know when its something you shouldn’t eat almost immediately.
-rasterNovember 4, 2013 at 11:45 pm #112307
Thanks raster.November 7, 2013 at 4:09 am #112369
Update: This morning I tried three slices of a Granny Smith apple, with no adverse reactions. I am, however noticing adverse reactions with my antifungal treatment, that started before I began food testing. I’ve had sharp headaches in my temples and behind my eyes about five minutes after I took my oil of oregano and decreased from three times a day to two times a day. The headaches still occur though; so I have two questions:
Should I be worried about these reactions to my antifungal?
What food should I test next?
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