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I was never a huge fan of bannana's but I bought some b/c my doctor told me to start eating them since my potassium is low. Well, I ate one after I went running today and was burping it up for the whole day, up to 8 hours after I ate it!!! I ended up getting hungry (even though I was still burping bannana) and ate chicken noodle soup. After having a couple bowls of soup I'm still burping up the bannana!!!

I sware everything this doctor recommends bothers me. He told me cantalope for "C" but it sometimes made me naucious or made a yucky feeling in my stomach.

bannana's bother anyone else?

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Bananas give my mom horrible, stinky flatulence. She only eats them when they're just barely ripe (still a bit green) and never before she has to leave the house. :ph34r:

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On the specific carbohydrate diet, bananas are one of the more easily digested foods. However, any of us can be intolerant of anything. I don't tolerate bananas well. I don't notice digestive symptoms but I don't test well for it. Years ago I tested it on an elimination diet and it made my resting pulse go up to 120!!!!

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On the specific carbohydrate diet, bananas are one of the more easily digested foods. However, any of us can be intolerant of anything. I don't tolerate bananas well. I don't notice digestive symptoms but I don't test well for it. Years ago I tested it on an elimination diet and it made my resting pulse go up to 120!!!!

thats odd. I was actually thinking about the specific carb diet and that bannanas may be one of the "bad" things. I always thought of bannanas as being high in carbs and slow digesting.....but then thats b/c I never could digest them well <_<

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I've heard that bananas that are not ripe are not easily digestible. I think I saw that on Good Eats. Bananas seem to bother me too though.

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its nice to know that i'm not the only one who can't digest bananas :) but like somebody else said, banana bread doesn't bother me. and neither do the banana bread larabars..so maybe try eating those for potassium.

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