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Is it possible to be allergic to potatoes and bread?

Whenever I eat fries, potato wedges, bread, or breaded foods, I have a very difficult time breathing until I get a drink of something. Could I be allergic to all starchy foods, because sometimes other foods cause this reaction? Bread and pototoes seem to have the greatest affect. If I drink while I eat I’m ok, but if I try to eat these foods without a drink I feel like I am gasping for my life to take a breath.

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In our world today is it possible to be allergic on anything. Some breads have specific ingredients that may be a problem for you. This means that if you eat certain types of bread, and they have something in them that makes you sick, you may tie your symptoms to the bread, even though it is a particular type of bread with a particular ingredient in it that you can’t tolerate. If you’re having some allergic reaction while eating bread, maybe your allergic to the ingredients like wheat, gluten, yeast.

Has anyone tried the Hunza Bread diet and if so does it work ?

It’s bread that is supposed to fill you up. Eating a slice before meals.

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ive heard alot of positive feedback on this (too much) and it seems to work. Imma try this recipe from a very soon and see.you should check it out too. The recipe for this wonderful bread is as follows: 4 cups of water 3.5 (three & one-half) to 4 pounds of buckwheat or millet flour 1.5 (one & one-half) cups of coconut oil or canola oil 1.5 (one & one-half) cups of natural unrefined sugar 16 ounces of honey 16 ounces of molasses 4 ounces of powdered whey or soya milk (one-half cup) 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 teaspoons baking powder (non-aluminium)

Why is my ear itching?

It’s seriously bothering me because usually I can just get rid of the itchyness with my finger but now its not going away, why is this and what can I do to stop the itch?

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you COULD have allergies or a little ear infection. BUT….I want you to try something. I am currently experiencing yeast overgrowth (candida) in my whole body. I found that when this happens the ears are one of the first places the yeast goes (dark, warm and moist) and it makes the ears itch terribly. There is a “spit” test you can do at home (sounds gross) but you will know if you have a yeast problem by doing this. In the morning first thing when you get up, BEFORE you brush your teeth or drink anything, get a CLEAR GLASS and fill it with water, let it sit a minute so the water stills. Then (this is the gross part) get a wad of saliva (spit) in your mouth, and gently spit on the top of the water. Stand near a window and hold the glass up to the light of the window to see it better.) If your yeast if normal, the saliva will STAY on the top of the water. But if you have too much yeast, the saliva will “string” down from the top and go to the bottom of the cup. Dr’s don’t know alot about this, in fact, I am the one who mentioned it to my dr. They were testing me for everything else. I am currently taking an antifungal pill (diflucan). Yeast is hard to get rid of….do you eat alot of breads and sweets, because sugar is what feeds the yeast. I cannot have ANY breads, sweets or fruits until I get mine under control. A year ago I went to an ear, nose and throat dr. with itching ears and he found I had yeast in my ear (suctioned some out) but NEVER mentioned the possiblility of Candida. If I had known a year ago I might not be so bad now. He said it was because of water in my ears, which was not the reason. It’s worth checking by doing the test. Look it up on the internet, that’s what I had to do because one dr. told me there was NO WAY I had it. Glad I didn’t listen to her. I am getting better by watching my diet, taking an antifungal and herbs. It might take a year to get my gut back to normal. (taking antibiotics can also contribute to yeast overgrowth)

How many calories have I eaten today?

Breakfast: a bowl of Lucky Charms (with milk) and a glass of juice. Lunch: a salad with cucumbers and a bit of Italian dressing, a piece of white bread with peanut butter. Snack: two pieces of a small cake, an apple, a small cup of coffee. Dinner: Half a plate of macaroni, half a 1/4 of a plate of ground meat. Half a glass of juice. How many calories have I eaten today? Thanks in advance. BEST ANSWER GETS 10 POINTS:)

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approx 1910 cal. -lucky charms w milk- 360 -juice – 160 -salad with dressing- 160 – peanut bread- 250 – cake slices- 400 – coffee -200 – macoroni- 260 – beef – 300 – half juice- 80 this all depends what exactly it was , what company and exactly how much. this is approximate.

is there more calories in the crust of bread then the rest of it?

i only ask as ive just been looking at a calorie counter for bread and it gave me the amount with the crusts off-never heard of this one before?!!? it seems unlikely to me knowing how its made but is there a chance the fat moves to the outside of the loaf when being baked?

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could be the outer part is basted in butter for browning. That would be the only difference.

what do i do to reduce bread bloating?

i have an addiction to bread, so i would eat a lot of it. now the bloated stomach is showing a lot. how would i reduce the bloating? expect for eattng less.

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All the medics and dieticians say targeted weight loss is not feasible, specifically in the waist and belly areas, but I achieved it with acai berry. I understand they say that pills will not work, however they sure worked for me, and they’ve been showcased on CNN too. There’s a free trial on at the moment at http://nivakusn.haliq.com , why not try it, what’s the worst that could happen?

what kind of exersize can i do to get rid of lower stomach fat?

i have tried running,cycling and weightlifting but they don’t seem to help?

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To lose fat, your body must not be allowed access to glucose from food stores or glycogen stores. See how I didn’t say calories in vs calories out? http://www.colinmcnulty.com/blog/2011/11/22/a-calorie-is-not-a-calorie-is-not-a-calorie/ Diet -Your diet should consist mostly of vegetables -Using the above study, it is safe to assume that consumption of tough meats will benefit you. -Fruits should not be allowed as they are high in fructose, with the exception of avocado and tomato. -Anything thing made of crushed grains should not be consumed. (Breads, pasta, pastries etc) Exercise -Do daily cardio for 30-60 minutes -Increase exposure to cold temperature via showers and lack of clothing