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Red Meat Or Hamburger
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Does anyone have a problem digesting red meat specifically hamburger?

I ate a hamburger last (no bread) night and shortly after finishing my ab started pulsating.

My wife said it felt like a baby kicking. It lasted until i went to sleep.

It actually got sort of violent a few times, making me jump. It was like i could feel

it traveling through me all the way. Very strange, never happened to me before.

I ate a steak the other night and didn't have any issue.

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Where was the hamburger from? Was there any filler added?

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Did it have soy in it? Soy hamburgers do that to my stomach.

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just from the grocery store. It was in the meat section. like already made patties. Not the ones in the boxes

but the ones in a meat package. It just said 100% USDA beef on it.

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Could have been cross-contamination, but otherwise I don't have any insight.

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just from the grocery store. It was in the meat section. like already made patties. Not the ones in the boxes

but the ones in a meat package. It just said 100% USDA beef on it.

did u say- "already made patties" ?? but NOT the ones in the box? so the meat dep. people made them?

cause i was gonna add that those ones in the boxes- or the premade burgers that MOST restaurants serve now- give me the worst stomach ache- they're so bad quality- that they have to overcook them- im assuming they're made of "factory beef" meaning they come from the few factories in america with thousands of cattle in one burger- they totally kill my stomach- and i avoid them at all cost.

but if you got it freshly ground/premade at the store- then they should be better. unless you yourself like your burgers pretty well-done. when beef is well-done or over done- they're really hard to digest. red meat is much easier to digest if done medium rare or medium.

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I have trouble digesting meat too. After I eat meat my tummy rumbles and it feels like a baby is inside kicking. I can put my hand on my stomach and it bops and hops around. I probably eat beef once every 3 or 4 months.

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I have trouble digesting meat too. After I eat meat my tummy rumbles and it feels like a baby is inside kicking. I can put my hand on my stomach and it bops and hops around. I probably eat beef once every 3 or 4 months.

I love your quote in your sig. sums up my life.

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I changed over to turkey burger instead. The grease from regular burger is hard on my stomach. Symptoms just like what that person above posted. When they make premade burger patties, they put seasonings which often have wheat and maltodexrin in them. Not good. They also use the fattiest meat because it grills up better as well. Try making your own home made burger from 93% lean and try the turkey burger as well. I bet that will help you greatly. Watch out for seasonings too. They have hidden ingredients.

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