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Caffeine Intolerance?


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#1 Kyalesyin

 
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 01:02 AM

So, heres how this works. I used to drink coffee like it was going out of fashion. Literally, buckets of the stuff while I was in my early/mid teens. I was a dancer, and sometimes it was the only way I could hold down the diets and the long days and stay awake.

Four years on, the smell of the stuff makes me throw up and if I drink I have to lie down in a dark room until the migrane goes away. I thought this was just coffee, but now chocolate, tea and pep drinks like red bull are having the same effect.

How common is this? Do I have a flukey system or did I royally screw myself over?
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Posted 11 September 2006 - 06:08 PM

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#3 CarlaB

 
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Posted 12 September 2006 - 05:24 AM

My guess would be that when you get healed, you'll be able to add it back -- I'd suggest this time that it be in moderation as a treat!! :P

I've cut out all things that I know are bad for me. Cooking gets tedious and I don't eat out, but I want to be better and figured I'd heal faster on good, healthy, whole foods rather than coffee and gluten-free donuts!! I plan on having treats again at some point, but right now that garbage doesn't even sound good!

There might be an herb tea you like to replace your coffee for a while. I've found Raja's Cup is similar to a cup of coffee, and it's good for you -- don't take that to mean it's just like coffee, it isn't, but there's no caffeine, and it's all herbal, and you can add cream.
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