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Oh No Not Soy Too?
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I got sick a little while after breakfast this morning, nausea and vomited once.  I made a breakfast sammie with an Udi's bagel, Boar's Head Horseradish cheddar, one egg, and a couple of those Jimmy Dean frozen pre-cooked sausage patties.  The sausage ingredients seemed fine, the only suspicious thing is soy protein.  Could I be sensitive to that as well? Or maybe it could be the cheese, probably should lay off the dairy,  but never had a problem with it before.  I'm so confused!!

 

Perhaps keeping a food journal from now on would be of benefit.

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I got sick a little while after breakfast this morning, nausea and vomited once.  I made a breakfast sammie with an Udi's bagel, Boar's Head Horseradish cheddar, one egg, and a couple of those Jimmy Dean frozen pre-cooked sausage patties.  The sausage ingredients seemed fine, the only suspicious thing is soy protein.  Could I be sensitive to that as well? Or maybe it could be the cheese, probably should lay off the dairy,  but never had a problem with it before.  I'm so confused!!

 

Perhaps keeping a food journal from now on would be of benefit.

Food journals are good! Are these the symptoms you get from other food intolerances? Have you

researched whether Jimmy Dean sausages are gluten-free? Are you maybe pregnant? ;)

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Food journals are good! Are these the symptoms you get from other food intolerances? Have you

researched whether Jimmy Dean sausages are gluten-free? Are you maybe pregnant? ;)

LOL No pregnancy possible here, my baby equipment was removed 10 years ago (I'm 45 now) I will get myself a notebook at the store today and start keeping a journal. Also I need to research the sausage, if there is no gluten then maybe I am sensitive to something else, or I just ate too fast or something. 

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I have the soy issue too.  It came on quite suddenly and funnily enough, with the Jimmie Dean sausage patties :D  I get instant migraines so I now have to avoid soy, gluten, nightshades and food molds.  

 

I did keep a food journal too, that really helped figure things out. 

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A good way to detect food issues is to eat the questionable food in isolation.  Don't eat a sausage and decide that soy in it of the many other ingredients is the problem.  Instead wait until you have been feeling well 4 or 5 days running.  Then eat soy beans by themselves for several days running.  Of course you would not want to eat anything else at all questionable during that time.  You could make a list of all the ingredients in the sausage patties and trial them this way individually.  Sometimes food reaction symptoms take several days to build up.  Sometimes food reaction symptoms take a while to go away also.

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