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So I have a wide range of food sensitivities including gluten, dairy, apples, bananas, coffee and more. I've been diagnosed with leaky gut and hashimoto's and have been trying to cut these things out of my diet.

 

I'm curious about pineapple. That didn't show up on my food allergy test as something I am sensitive to, but every time I eat a little bit of pineapple (not very often) I get the worst stomach pain and feel nauseous. 

 

I'm obviously going to avoid pineapple, but I was wondering if anyone else had a similar problem. 

 

Thanks for your feedback!  :)

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Yep, I can not consume it and I have been gluten free for two years.

If you have a gluten intolerance you could have celiac disease or Non-celiac gluten intolerance. From your posting it appears that you did not get any celiac testing. You would have to go back on gluten in order to get tested (how long have you been glutn free? I say this because even the tiniest amount of gluten (medications, lipstick, etc) can set off an autoimmune response. So, be sure to check out our Newbie 101 section under "Coping" for some valuable advice.

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I have never been able to eat pineapple without uncomfortable effects. Depending on when and how much I eat, I can get painful raised red patches on my tongue, a prickly feeling in my mouth or numb taste buds. The patchy tongue can also happen from eggplant, walnuts or too much acid of any kind. I wonder if this can be related to Celiac? Maybe I'll post a new topic. :)


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I have never been able to eat pineapple without uncomfortable effects. Depending on when and how much I eat, I can get painful raised red patches on my tongue, a prickly feeling in my mouth or numb taste buds. The patchy tongue can also happen from eggplant, walnuts or too much acid of any kind. I wonder if this can be related to Celiac? Maybe I'll post a new topic. :)

There is no gluten in pineapple. Sure, you could be allergic or intolerant for some reason. They have a lot acid. Not sure how they are on FODMAPS or histamines, etc.


 

 

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I know that pineapple has no gluten, but because having Celiac can make you prone to various ailments (migraine, lactose intolerance, etc) I wondered if it could make someone intolerant to acid foods. The symptoms that eventually lead to my Celiac diagnosis were acid reflux and gastritis, something I still struggle with to some degree. I definitely avoid pineapple, just curious if others experience the same, like me and OP.


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https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/895.html

 

talks  about Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple juice and in the pineapple stem. 


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