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Foods that make you sick?

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So, I'm coeliac, so I know anything with gluten in it makes my stomach ill and I get a rash. not fun.

But, I've also realized that nuts- plain nuts (unsalted) make me want to puke. I'll eat them... be okay... and then ten seconds later, have to run to the bathroom because I feel SO SICK and nauseous and ill, I'm scared I'm going to end up puking everywhere.

So plain nuts make me feel sick. Here's the weird part: if the nuts are not plain (ie- maple nuts or sugar coated, or in a honey nut butter/nut butter cookie) I don't get the nausea. Weird? yep. 

I don't really like nuts (regardless of what they're in) so I don't eat them anyway... just thought this was really odd... Anyone else like this? 

Edited Jan 17 2009 23:26 by lalabanana
Reason: Moved from Foods to Health and Support.
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I get nausea a lot with food. I know that milk products make me nauseous, but there are other things too like pork. I had just stopped eating a normal diet and started simple like veggies, chicken, fish, rice etc. However I'm trying to eat a more normal diet again and am having lots of problems with nausea, so apparently pork and milk isn't it.


I know what you mean about eating some things and it not making you sick. I can't eat pork or ham, but I am fine with bacon so long as it's not fatty or greasy.

Pancakes.  Every single time I eat pancakes, I feel nauseated.

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Nuts make me sick too, but not just plain ones. It's a shame because I need them in my diet and I actually like almonds... Guess I'll stick to soynuts.

Among other things, rich, sweet foods make me sick to. I can't eat cookies or brownies and things like that. However, I can eat candy, though I don't care for it. I've noticed that full fat ice cream makes me sick, but low-fat doesn't. I have no idea why.

  • Chicken and Dumplings
  • Soy products of any kind, including soy nuts - especially soymilk and soy protein powder
  • Cracker Barrel's pancakes
  • Mc Donald's french fries
  • Most ice creams and sorbet

There are others too, I just can't remember. The soy thing is awful though. It was terrible to be vegan and have to avoid most soy products.

meatloaf with the hardboiled egg inside.  ugh.  I like meat loaf.. I like hard boiled eggs... just Not together.

All nuts since if I ingest them that's a really not fun ambulance ride, massive ouch in the thigh from the epi pen and hives just about every where.  Nope, no thanks. 

anything red lobster.  I love seafood but got food poisoning at one so I can't even go IN the place.


Anything having to do with smores...regular or in granolar bars or whatever. I enjoy chocolate, grahm crackers, vegan marshmalows seperate, but not together at all.


& also vegetarian chili..nauseous & ill, and just not fun so I avoid it.

Breakfast Cereals with fruit in. If I put the dried fruit into cereal I'm fine but the stuff with it already in always makes me feel queasy.


Creamy sauces. Which is a shame, because I love pasta and mushroom sauce, but I can never order it in restaurants because there's always so much cream.

I've actually heard of people being able to digest low-fat ice cream, but not regular kind (same with cream sauces), has to do with one being too high in fat/oils for your stomach to digest or something... I forget (I'm like this, and someone told me it was because of that reason)

Certain restaurants, if you've had a bad experience with them, can also make you feel sick. Like, I've gotten really sick from Taco Bell, and even though their food is gross to start with, I even more so refuse to eat from there since the food is revolting.

oops. double post. sorry


Especially portabello mushrooms. Which is gutting, because I love mushrooms.  

Coconut milk!  It smells wonderful but uggggh.  And shiitake mushrooms.  Always have a tummy ache after..

Original Post by ladyduece:

meatloaf with the hardboiled egg inside.  ugh.  I like meat loaf.. I like hard boiled eggs... just Not together.


Yuck! do people really make/eat/sell/purchase that? Seriously?






The smell and the taste makes me nauseous.


I had a bad McDonald's Fish Fillet experience when I was 6, and 18 years later, it still makes me queasy

haha never heard of Egg in the middle meatloaf before, looks interesting...

Only food that I can think of that makes me a little sick are scrabbled eggs (I put cheese in mine which might be the cause?). I don't get really sick from them but for a couple hours afterwards I usually feel a bit nauseous.

And another thing that's a bit off topic, toothpaste sometimes makes me feel sick for a few minutes if I brush my teeth too fast LOL weird..

Do people fight over who gets the egg in the meatloaf? Like, is it come kind of prize? (serious question) 

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The smell and the taste makes me nauseous.


I had a bad McDonald's Fish Fillet experience when I was 6, and 18 years later, it still makes me queasy

Both of these. odd as it might sounds; if I eat more than 1/4 cup of carrots, I feel nauseous.  That and regular ice-cream, though frozen yogurt suits me well that I eat 1 cup every evening (hahaha).


Very sugary foods gives me headaches from hell

soy ice cream(Soy Delicious)

anything very spicy or high fat(lots of ethnic foods to avoid)

"random things I come upon". this one rocks. super sensitive stomach.

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