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nikki2008

If You Try A New Food And Get D...

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If you try a new food and get D, does this mean your intestine has gotten re-inflamed, and that you've set yourself back -- or does it mean you haven't hurt yourself, but you shouldn't try that food again for a while -- in my case, peanut butter.

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quite often it might not be that food but a delayed or reoccuring item or CC somewhere else.

Remember you can get CC just catching a bus ... its not a huge risk but its one of those thousands of tiny risks we do everyday ... for instance you sit on some crumbs and then when your home you transfer them to the sofa then after you wash your hands you brush the sofa or your trousers/skirt and CC. The chance is small but we do hundreds of little things every day ... so you just gotta realise sometimes you will get caught out ...

Once you realise this then you realise a one off (like Peanut butter) might not actually be the peanut butter ... (or it might be) so I say try again ..


Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt. (JC, De Bello Gallico Liber III/XVIII)

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