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Thanks for the replies. I guess I thought all vodka was made from potatoes. I'll have to be more careful. I don't really drink that much, but when I do go out with friends, it's nice to be able to have a drink or two. I'll just have to watch it. Thanks again.
Hi, I don't have the issue with nightshades but I was seeing an acupuncturist and she had me do an elimination diet which eliminated practically everything including all nightshades. So, it seems like it's known to at least nutritionists that they could be a problem, and I would trust a nutritionist a million times more than a doctor regarding food issues.
Hi, I see a lot of people here have trouble sleeping after drinking. I've heard conflicting things about vodka particularly; either that all kinds are fine or only particular kinds are fine. What I do know is that when I drink it, my heart races terribly when I'm trying to go to sleep, no matter how much I have, for about two hours. Does anyone know if certain kinds have gluten or does anyone else have this happen?