Some people can eat what they want without worry -- but for many others, certain foods can trigger reactions. Some of those reactions could be mild to the point where you might not associate them with what your're eating, while others are more sever and could require medical attention.
What foods tend to be the root of common sensitivities? Take a look below and think about what you eat. If you've had any symptoms like diarrhea, rashes, headaches, bloating, fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, acid reflux, a runny nose, skin flushing or acne after eating something, you might abe sensitive to one of these foods or ingredients. The best way to find out is by doing an elimination diet to see what's Causing it and getting with your doctor to help you sort it out.
One common diary sensitivity is know as lactose intolerance. It happens when you have a shortage of lactase enzymes that prevent you form digesting milk and dairy products. Luckily it's very simple to find dairy alternatives these days, so ditching dairy from your diet isn't very difficult.
So many people are going gluten-free these days though the most important group that must are those with Celiac disease. Gluten is what the proteins in wheat, rye, triticale, and barley are called. Those with a wheat allergy and non-celiac gluten sensitivity should avoid items with gluten. Again, it's so easy to find gluten-free items that you shouldn't have a problem going gluten-free without missing out on much.
While caffeine is safe for most, some people are very sensitive to caffeine. You'll know it if you react to consuming even just a small amount. Notice how you fell after you drink a cup of black coffee. Leaving out the dairy and sugar, if you usually use it, so that your know you aren't reacting to one of those ingredients.
Representing "ferment-able oligo-, di, mono-saccharides and pholyols," these are short-chain carbs found in natural contents of foods. They can be poorly absorbed in your small intestine and then go to your large intestine. It's here they ferment which creates gas, bloating and discomfort. Apples, soft cheeses, honey milk, fructose, bread, and beans are some of the most common FODMAPS.
If you aren't allergic to eggs but have trouble digesting them, you may have a sensitivity. If diarrhea and abdominal pain arise when you eat them, try avoiding eggs and see if your symptoms dissipate.
Histamine is the most commonly associated with food sensitivities, For those with no problems, this chemical in your body works as it should for your immune, digestive, and nervous system. If you have a sensitivity, though, it builds up in the body. Foods to avoid would be fermented foods, cured meat, citrus, aged cheese, smoked fish, vinegar and avocados, to name a few.
Others may find aspartame, MSG, foods coloring's, yeast , and sugar alcohols to cause the symptoms that are consistence with foods sensitivities. If you notice a pattern when you eat the things you eat keep a journal, and start eliminating those common sensitivity-causing foods to feel better faster.
The best bet is to stick with organic whole foods, ditching the processed, packaged foods as much as possible.
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Here is a great recipe: Low FODMAP
Chicken Shawarma Salad Bowls:
14 ingredients · 30 minutes · 4 servings
1 1/4 lbs Chicken Breast (diced into cubes)
1/2 tsp Sea Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1/2 tsp Turmeric
1 tbsp Cumin
2 tbsps Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1/4 cup Tahini
2 tbsps Water
1/2 Lemon (juiced)
8 leaves Romaine (chopped)
2 Tomato (diced)
1 Cucumber (diced)
1/4 cup Parsley (chopped)
Combine the diced chicken breast, sea salt, black pepper, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin and olive oil in a bowl. Toss well to coat.
Transfer the chicken into a skillet over medium heat. Cook for about 10 minutes, or until chicken is cooked through.
Meanwhile, combine the tahini, water and lemon juice together in a jar. Mix well and set aside.
Divide the romaine, tomatoes and cucumber into bowls and top with the cooked chicken breast. Drizzle tahini dressing over top and sprinkle with chopped parsley.
Add or substitute your favorite food and make it your own.
Enjoy this recipe:)