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jewi0008

Help! Which Of These Foods Are "questionable?"

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I''ve been doing much better since I've gone Wheat and Gluten Free. I mostly stick with meat, fruits, vegetables, almonds, olive oil and tofu. BUT....occassionally I have the following:

- Pumpkin Spice latte (made with soy) from Starbucks

- Corn Tortilla chips

- Potatoes

- Vodka

- Sprite

Do any of these foods carry "red flags" as common "related intolerances?" I had all of them on Saturday. In the couple of days after I was dizzy and "out of it." Yesterday I was very gassy and stinky. My mouth hurts today.

Thanks!!!

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- Pumpkin Spice latte (made with soy) from Starbucks

- Corn Tortilla chips

- Potatoes

- Vodka

- Sprite

Soy - seems the most likely

Corn - possible

Potatos - maybe, but more suspicious if you had joint pain too.

Vodka - can be hard on the gut and cause dizziness and fog; some can't tolerate it very well after going gluten-free.

I saw someone on this forum recently ask about the Starbucks drink and it's gluten-free status. Not sure what the verdict was.

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Without knowing the brands, it is difficult to say.

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For at least 2 yrs, I couldn't have ANY of these. (Problem was, I WAS having soy, until 3.5 mos ago)

- Soy - common intol

- Corn Tortilla chips - 1/3rd of a chip would make me dizzy.

- Potatoes - no strong reaction but mild crappy a couple days

- Vodka - didn't try but all alcohol was weird. Wouldn't even have vanilla extract due to the alc.

- Sprite - HFCS = gut pain. Haven't retried and have no desire to.

At least some of this was due to leaky-gut-induced intolerance.

Some due to candida overgrowth.

The more expensive vodkas can still be from potato but I think corn is most common.

Which are questionable? I gotta say all, w/ soy as their leader.

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Sounds like normally you eat these without problems correct?

CC could be the culprit, so posting the brands here might help.

One other thing is that sometimes combinations of foods are more problematic than the foods by themselves.

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