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Old 05-09-2012, 11:49 AM   #1
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UGH! what just happened (sorry in advance...TMI post).

I just had a baked potato about 20 minutes ago, with 2T Sour cream and a sprinkle of pepper, it was deeeeelicious!! But a few minures ago I had to rush into the bathroom....let's just say the potato came out in liquid form *sorry*...I have no idea what set me off, everything was fresh and washed (potatoes)...
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Old 05-09-2012, 01:04 PM   #2
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Told ya it was TMI......I probably shouldn't have posted this.

I feel much better now though.
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Well, it won't make you fat....
True, so....should I count those calories or not??
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I've often wondered that.......if something 'exits' soon after being eaten, did your body absorb all the calories? Glad you are feeling better.
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nop.. your bathroom should count them... lol

i had the same reaction while on my 1st week on atkins. i ate some tortilla chips and had to run to the bathroom.. itīs a sign.. donīt eat carbs!!!
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LOL, if it was a sign not to eat carbs I'd be dead by now. And I did Atkins for over 10 years.
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nop.. your bathroom should count them... lol

i had the same reaction while on my 1st week on atkins. i ate some tortilla chips and had to run to the bathroom.. itīs a sign.. donīt eat carbs!!!
I think it might have been carb overload, I havn't had a potato for quite awhile and when I did it was in a stew type dish mixed in with loads of other stuff.

Though, I'll check the theory tomorrow with my cupcake!

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I have the same reaction if i eat somthing i have avoided for the past 5 months, i just chose to NOT eat it again , it dont feel good.. And i would still count em.. but aviod foods like that if it makes you sick
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I have the same reaction if i eat somthing i have avoided for the past 5 months, i just chose to NOT eat it again , it dont feel good.. And i would still count em.. but aviod foods like that if it makes you sick
I think the only other food that has ever done that to me is take out pizza and that was a couple years ago. That was the last potato in the house so I'll lay off them for awhile. I did count it, even though it was an "in and out" type meal...
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We don't have Sonic out here, I wish we did!
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It might have been a reaction to the dairy in the sour cream too, and not the potato. No telling why some foods hit our gut and rush right on through. You might have a bit of a bug too. If you have any acidophilus in the house, taking some could be helpful.
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It might have been a reaction to the dairy in the sour cream too, and not the potato. No telling why some foods hit our gut and rush right on through. You might have a bit of a bug too. If you have any acidophilus in the house, taking some could be helpful.
I eat sour cream on everything so I don't think that was it, and it was fresh, I just bought it on Monday. I think it was the potato as I really havn't eaten such a "plain" potato in a long time. No acidophilus in the house (not even in plain yogurt form), but I feel much better now, had a turkey breast sandwich and a can of vegetable/rice soup and held all that "in".
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Good to hear you are doing better. And yes, it does sound like the potato.

Have you ever noticed a reaction to other nightshades? Tomato, sweet or hot peppers, or eggplant are the most common. There are also some spices in the family.
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Good to hear you are doing better. And yes, it does sound like the potato.

Have you ever noticed a reaction to other nightshades? Tomato, sweet or hot peppers, or eggplant are the most common. There are also some spices in the family.
I eat a lot of tomatoes and never noticed a reaction, or not a major reaction anyways, I will keep it in mind.
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OK, maybe this is WTMI (waaaaay too much info...), but in which direction did it exit your body within 20 minutes? This is entirely speculation because I know next to nothing about the digestive process, but it seems nearly impossible to make it through all those feet of intestine (to come out the back end, rather than an encore presentation up front) in 20 minutes, assuming you aren't in late stages of third world country starvation.

And I do NOT mean that starvation analogy to be funny or even sarcastic; I mean it literally, as in all of the enzymes gone from such longterm lack of nutrients.

Although regardless which direction it came out, I'm glad I held strong at RR the other night and didn't let the countless trays of giant chocolate milkshakes and brownies passing our table tempt me into anything but springing for Thousand Island instead of bleu cheese dressing on my Cobb salad!!
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OK, maybe this is WTMI (waaaaay too much info...), but in which direction did it exit your body within 20 minutes? This is entirely speculation because I know next to nothing about the digestive process, but it seems nearly impossible to make it through all those feet of intestine (to come out the back end, rather than an encore presentation up front) in 20 minutes, assuming you aren't in late stages of third world country starvation.

And I do NOT mean that starvation analogy to be funny or even sarcastic; I mean it literally, as in all of the enzymes gone from such longterm lack of nutrients.

Although regardless which direction it came out, I'm glad I held strong at RR the other night and didn't let the countless trays of giant chocolate milkshakes and brownies passing our table tempt me into anything but springing for Thousand Island instead of bleu cheese dressing on my Cobb salad!!
Massachusetts isn't offically 3rd world . It came out the backside, if I threw up I would't have considered it That gross. I hadn't had anything else to eat for 18 hours (from 7:00 pm the night before to 1:00 or so the next afternoon) there was nothing else in my system to come out...it was a DD.
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oh no, with enough of a reaction it can absolutely exit quickly and push along anything else that was in there before it! think about food poisoning. When your body wants something out, it can make it happen!

the only thing I can think of that doesn't involve a food reaction (like an undiscovered sensitivity) is have you been eating low carb? Sorta meat heavy? If so the introduction of starches can bring more water into your intestinal tract and increase motility. Basically if you were slowing digestion artificially with a more acidic diet, in theory the introduction of something bulky that was more alkaline could loosen stool fairly quickly.
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...it was a DD.
In more ways than one, it sounds like... (thanks, I'll be here all week! Tip your servers!)

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oh no, with enough of a reaction it can absolutely exit quickly and push along anything else that was in there before it! think about food poisoning. When your body wants something out, it can make it happen!
Thanks for clarifying that. I've never had food poisoning so far, mercifully, but a close friend has and it's pretty miserable. Awful enough to change for life how careful you are about handing food and eating questionable food!


edited to ask: Has our cute little puking smiley guy always turned green as he recycles his carbs, or is that a new addition?

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oh no, with enough of a reaction it can absolutely exit quickly and push along anything else that was in there before it! think about food poisoning. When your body wants something out, it can make it happen!

the only thing I can think of that doesn't involve a food reaction (like an undiscovered sensitivity) is have you been eating low carb? Sorta meat heavy? If so the introduction of starches can bring more water into your intestinal tract and increase motility. Basically if you were slowing digestion artificially with a more acidic diet, in theory the introduction of something bulky that was more alkaline could loosen stool fairly quickly.
I have actually have been eating pretty heavy carb (100 plus on UD), so I don't thimk that was it. Maybe I just got a bad potato, it seemed nice and fresh and I scrubbed it before cooking....

I guess unless I want to gamble with another "fast food" meal I should stay away from potatoes for awhile.
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IMO, it was the carb effect. If you're mostly LC, and you eat something your gut doesn't agree with (think of the SA's in sf candy), it gets rid of it. It happens to me often enough that I can connect it to eating something way higher in carb than I'm used to.

From what I've hear, people who've had bariatric surgery have something similar? Called "sugar dump" ? (meaning, I think, that the body is dumping the sugar that was dumped on it all of a sudden... and not referring to what you're doing specifically ).

Anyway-- that's what I think it is when it happens to me. If you avoid potatoes and whatever else for a while, and then have it again, it might happen again... if you get used to eating carbs again, I think you'd be ok (but beware the water weight gain).

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IMO, it was the carb effect. If you're mostly LC, and you eat something your gut doesn't agree with (think of the SA's in sf candy), it gets rid of it. It happens to me often enough that I can connect it to eating something way higher in carb than I'm used to.

From what I've hear, people who've had bariatric surgery have something similar? Called "sugar dump" ? (meaning, I think, that the body is dumping the sugar that was dumped on it all of a sudden... and not referring to what you're doing specifically ).

Anyway-- that's what I think it is when it happens to me. If you avoid potatoes and whatever else for a while, and then have it again, it might happen again... if you get used to eating carbs again, I think you'd be ok (but beware the water weight gain).

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