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I ate some gluten free mac and cheese a few weeks ago and did fine. I decided to get it again and about 10 minutes after eating it got sick? Anybody know what could cause that?

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You could be reacting (I mean have an intolerance) to any of the ingredients.  Those boxed gluten-free Mac and Cheese products make my kid feel yucky.    She does well with homemade Mac and cheese.  


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4 hours ago, cyclinglady said:

You could be reacting (I mean have an intolerance) to any of the ingredients.  Those boxed gluten-free Mac and Cheese products make my kid feel yucky.    She does well with homemade Mac and cheese.  

Ok hmm ya I thought it was weird dice I've had it before 

 

4 hours ago, cyclinglady said:

You could be reacting (I mean have an intolerance) to any of the ingredients.  Those boxed gluten-free Mac and Cheese products make my kid feel yucky.    She does well with homemade Mac and cheese.  

I just thought it was weird since I've had it before.

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I am coming to the conclusion that I have thresholds for a number of different foods. I can eat them without consequence sometimes but not other times. If I eat them too often or too much at one time, whatever the offending component is, I get ill. I think I'm seeing this pattern with nuts, dried fruit, cured meats and pickled products for instance. In my case, it's looking like a histamine buildup problem. I'm finding that a lot of foods just don't agree with me like they did when I was younger.

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1 hour ago, trents said:

I am coming to the conclusion that I have thresholds for a number of different foods. I can eat them without consequence sometimes but not other times. If I eat them too often or too much at one time, whatever the offending component is, I get ill. I think I'm seeing this pattern with nuts, dried fruit, cured meats and pickled products for instance. In my case, it's looking like a histamine buildup problem. I'm finding that a lot of foods just don't agree with me like they did when I was younger.

Hmmn ok thank you for the info I'll try keeping track 

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