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Is there such an thing to being intolerant to beans. And if so is there a wide group of foods that go hand in hand to beans that i would have to look out for.

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Is there such an thing to being intolerant to beans. And if so is there a wide group of foods that go hand in hand to beans that i would have to look out for.

paula

Ok it looks like a bean intolerance is a leguem intolerance, anyone else have this.

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Some people have an intolerance to any legumes. Others react to selected ones. For instance, I react to soy and noticed a similar reaction to something with lupin flour (seems to be Europe's up-and-coming addition to foods -- it was in an imported gluten-free pasta I tried). But I don't react to lentils, beans, peas, or peanuts that I can tell. Actually peanuts are sort of on my watch list right now ... sometimes one has a reaction and doesn't know what it is to, particularly if they have a number of intolerances & don't know if they even know of all of them yet.

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My daughter is allergic to soy but can have other beans and peas. Her friend can not have any kind of legume whatever.

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I'm sensitive to all legumes. Even string beans.

It's not too hard to avoid them--I do miss peanut butter, though.

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I get terrible stomach pains if I eat any bean flours

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I know i have felt terrible after the bush beans, then last night i was in pain again after i ate refried beans. So I am not sure if its to all legumes or just beans right now. Or if i am getting glutened by other things.

I am so afraid to eat anything, its almost 11 am and i havent ate anything. I have no idea what I should eat anymore.

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What kind of Bush beans did you have? Some aren't gluten-free. http://www.bushbeans.com/products/productqa.php

What was in the refried beans besides beans?

I guess it comes down to whether you react to plain, unseasoned beans or whether something added to the beans is what is causing you problems. I can't offer any more assistance than that; you have to keep track & see.

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What kind of Bush beans did you have? Some aren't gluten-free. http://www.bushbeans.com/products/productqa.php

What was in the refried beans besides beans?

I guess it comes down to whether you react to plain, unseasoned beans or whether something added to the beans is what is causing you problems. I can't offer any more assistance than that; you have to keep track & see.

I was thinking of making an pot of beans and see what happens, then if I am fine with the fresh beans, then I will know if it is an additive. Then I can look at the cans on both and see what it has in common.

The bush beans were the regular baked beans, so they are on the safe list.

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Funny but I make my own homemade baked beans and I'm fine, but as I said bean flours kill my belly!

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Dear confused~

I have been feeling kind of crummy lately so I decided to change my diet completley. I am only eating veggies, fruit, fresh meat and salad. I feel great now. This has only been a three day experiment but I am feel great. You could try this and see how you feel. It eliminates almost all possible food allergens. You might want to keep a food journal for a while and see if you can pin point what is making you feel crummy. Hope this help. I can totally sympathise with you.

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