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Breaking My Fast

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Chaff

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I haven't been able to eat normal food without problems for as long as I can remember. The problems used to be worse, but I unconsciously identified some as causing me a problem. I have always been a picky eater.

Today I tried to eat normal food for lunch with digestive enzymes, for the first time. Normally now the problems I have when I eat is that I get a headache, I'm dizzy, I can't think, and I go into a sort of daze. It starts about a half an hour after I eat and lasts for two hours, usually. So far, only ten foods are exempt from this rule, and unfortunately they are not enough for a full diet, only slightly less than half of one.

Today, an hour and a half after lunch, I have all the usual symptoms, but they're muted, and I can think through them. Not 100%, but [i]at al[/i][i]l[/i].

Does this mean I can really eat now?
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