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sickchick

When I Eat Fruits And Vegetables

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my fingers and toes turn pure white, lose curculation and go numb.

does anyone else have this trouble?

lovelove :)

sickchick

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yeah i am curious here...all Fs and Vs? are you eating canned or packaged ones or fresh ones? you may have other allergies i guess. i cannot provide any other info sorry

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canned fresh and frozen! weird huh!!! :) lol

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I knew someone once who had Raynaud's syndrome, I think it was called. Her fingers and toes would turn cold and blue sometimes due to constriction of the blood vessles. I don't think it was associated with eating fruits and vegetables though. I think getting too cold sometimes triggered the episodes her. I know this sounds weird but could you possibly be reaching into a cold freezer/fridge before you eat the fruit/vegetables and maybe that and not actually eating those foods is causing the symptoms.

I have no idea. It sounds very strange. I just thought that I wiould mention that my friend with Raynaud's had similar symptoms.

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Dear sickchick,

Have you been on a lot of antibiotics, hormones, or steroids? You may have a yeast overgrowth. I have a bad one. Carbohydrates can make symptoms worse due to the yeast being fed by them. Do you have a white tongue a lot? How about strange rashes that pop up and then disappear out of nowhere? Raynaud's is something I have as well.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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I knew someone once who had Raynaud's syndrome, I think it was called. Her fingers and toes would turn cold and blue sometimes due to constriction of the blood vessles. I don't think it was associated with eating fruits and vegetables though. I think getting too cold sometimes triggered the episodes her. I know this sounds weird but could you possibly be reaching into a cold freezer/fridge before you eat the fruit/vegetables and maybe that and not actually eating those foods is causing the symptoms.

I have no idea. It sounds very strange. I just thought that I wiould mention that my friend with Raynaud's had similar symptoms.

Alex that was my first thought also, that syndrome fits her description to a T. But it is something that should be noticed at other times also. My and my DS's Raynauds and livedo reticularis resolved after a few months gluten-free.

Sickchick, you should have an evaluation and testing done by an allergist. Although having said that if you have not been gluten-free very long these effects could be from accidental gluten injested a day or two before you ate the fruit. If you haven't the time or inclination to go to an actual allergist you could try adding in your fruits one at a time in pure form daily for a week starting after you have cleared all the gluten from your diet and life and after your gluten symptoms have resolved.

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You might be allergic to citric acid. Does your throat swell?

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Oh, actually I do have Systemic Candida. I wonder if it is Raynaud's. I have never heard of that I am going to look it up! B)

thx everybody I was just curious if it had anything to do with Celiac :)

lovelove

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Dear sickchick,

My bet is on the yeast! I have Raynaud's as well! The Candida is really tough to deal with, and causes all kinds of odd symtoms. Many people actually get freaked out when they see my hands. It really scares them that my fingers and hands turn blue. Raynaud's is primarily a circulation problem, and Candida, Celiac, and mercury poisoning all can cause it.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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