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Why did my body "suddenly" rejected red meat???

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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:45 AM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

the body suddenly rejecting a food is usually a symptom of something else. The only way you can develop an intolerance like this is if you eat it everyday, in large quantities. For example, if someone were to eat pizza three times a day they will most likely become slightly lactose intolerant.

Try and get a prime cut of beef from a good butcher and see what happens, invite a friend over so you don't need to eat the entire steak. And see how it goes.
My guess is you ate some bad beef, and your stomach still has no recovered. Also, as you get older the chances of you getting IBS are higher, perhaps it's the early stages of that.




posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:47 AM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

I suspect a tick bite



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: Aleister
a reply to: johndeere2020

Congratulations. Did you know children have to be trained to eat meat? Their bodies react to it as a poison at first, and try to expel it. In any case, it is better not to eat it than to eat it, so this is actually a net gain for you in terms of health and well being.


I did not know this! When I was pregnant with my youngest son I took on his allergies. It was very confusing because even asking my mother about allergies I wasn't aware of didn't help. Honestly I gave birth and ate a hard salami and chedder cheese sandwich with mustard ... and threw it right back up.

Now, I'm vegan and love it. But omg prego with cravings for food that the baby and I were unknowingly allergic to was miserable.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:52 AM
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originally posted by: awareness10
a reply to: Aleister

A+ Blood types should never eat meat, however B types and AB types + O fair better when they supplement their bodies with Protein from meat sources. Yes i know people don't have fangs and their teeth are bent towards eating plants but, they can process meat infinately better than A types which are prone towards plant life.



I'm A- and I can't even handle eating only plant life... I digest meat better than anything else. There is a big flaw in that whole blood type diet, it's all farce.

Edit: On the other hand, my teeth are also better fashioned for meat, I've got really pointy sharky teeth, even my molars are very pointed. I have issue with grains and plant matter.
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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:58 AM
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a reply to: VoidFire

A-, well that's simple... You're an Alien.

for the record, A's shouldn't eat grains either, they're evil.
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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 10:01 AM
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originally posted by: awareness10
a reply to: VoidFire

A-, well that's simple... You're an Alien.

for the record, A's shouldn't eat grains either, they're evil.


I wouldn't doubt the alien part


Well, everyone is different in their tolerances, for sure. I just don't like how the blood type diet doesn't even consider negative blood types.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 10:11 AM
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Did you have gallbladder surgery?.
Or do you have gallstones.
Both can cause problems if you eat meat.
www.emedicinehealth.com...

www.takepart.com...

I had gallstones and could not eat anything with fat in it till i had surgery to remove my gallbladder.
Then i had problems for another year till my body got use to not having a gallbladder.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 10:16 AM
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a reply to: VoidFire

chuckles.. yes i know. But you're lucky, alien blood sweet! I hope the Arcturians arrive soon and take me too, Edgar Cayce mentioned they were the most intelligent influential ancient group in our solar system, so here's to hoping from one canuck to another



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 10:25 AM
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a reply to: ANNED

I had a bad gallbladder too, every time I ate any type of meat I would have horrible pains. So I just stayed away from meat. I actually was ok for a few years like this but had to have it removed. I can eat meat again but I am not big on the taste anymore. So your body is definitely telling you something.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 10:46 AM
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I'm AB- and have never been able to tolerate pork. At times, I have eaten bacon and it not effect me too bad.
It just smelled sooooo good cooking I couldn't resist. I can't tolerate eggs either. They make me physically ill, just the smell. I was able to eat them when I was pregnant with my first and I actually craved runny eggs but, only then and it passed as soon as she was born.

I have been like this as long as I can remember so, if I am cooking the fam ribs or a roast I just have chicken or no meat that day. I don't miss it really, just sometimes it smells so good that I wish I could partake but, I know what it will do so, I don't risk it.

I'm sure I was bitten by a tick at some point in my past (not sure if that has anything to do with pork or just beef).



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 01:43 PM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

Adult onset of allergies isn't all that rare, it usually happens in your 20s and 30s but can happen at any age. A simple allergy specialist/doctor checkup with the right questions might be able to confirm this. No ticks or Monsanto required.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:15 PM
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Could be the parasite found in ticks and other insects. It is not just transferred through ticks. It also could be a certain sort of bacteria, they will give you those symptoms. If you can't tolerate the microbe, the gut will clean you out. It is a normal response. Why aren't others effected? They may be able to live symbiotically with that microbe. Either that or they aren't throwing an immune response towards it and they will slowly get sick.
Evacuating the gut is an immune response, it is triggered somehow. There could be a few reasons for that. The meat could contain a proteinase or commonly called meat tenderizer which can also trigger this sometimes.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:21 PM
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a reply to: awareness10

Is that from the blood type diet?

If it is there is research now that shows instead of it's presumption of A being the second, vegetarian type, A was the first blood type and therefore naturally meat eaters.

However I am A+ and I was vegetarian for 15 years from age 13, and never an issue, apart from chronic anaemia, though now I eat meat that is ethically sourced and rarely red meat, and not every day, I do feel my body requires protein the sort that vegetarian food has yet to find a truly okay alternative to yet, most of it is stuffed full of other things. Carbs to me are like toxins, I can eat some bread, though cereals not great.

ETA my teeth are also very much designed for meat eating, very pointy especially the inner parts of molars.
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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:30 PM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

That's really strange, and considering you eat it twice a week and then suddenly had that reaction is troubling. And the way you experimented with different meats and such is also interesting.

I had never heard of the tick-born illness before, but something happened to me recently:

For the past year I've been pretty much a pescatarian (I'll save you the trouble of *why* unless you're truly curious), in that I eat fish for lunch every day (I don't each much dinner, but when I do it's also fish). I eat red meat maybe once a month, chicken maybe every week or two, but I eat a little sausage and/or bacon for breakfast 5 days a week. As far as other pork, maybe a small piece of loin every couples week or so.

I decided to cook some pork ribs for Memorial Day. They had been in the freezer for a few weeks, so I thawed them out overnight, marinated them, and baked them. I ate maybe 3 ribs. That night, I felt like I was ON FIRE. My entire body temperature was elevated but I wasn't feverish, and even though the A/C was set on 70 I could not get cool. I felt nauseous. I couldn't sleep. I felt sick the entire next day. This didn't happen to ANYONE else who ate them. At first I thought maybe I didn't give them time enough to digest before bed, so I ate a couple the next day and it happened all over again although not as extreme. It was only those two days that I ate those ribs I felt like that, and it happened to no one else. After those 2 days of not eating them, I was fine.

:/

I'm sticking to fish. Oh, and bacon.

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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:34 PM
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*first post, yay*

Same thing happens to me when I consume ground beef. But I have no issue eating steak. It's odd.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:36 PM
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originally posted by: TatTvamAsi
Have you been bitten by a tick lately? There's a tick that can give you a permanent allergy to red meat.
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I have a friend that happened to. She has to be very careful about food prep and utensils and not eat anything that has been on contact with red meat. She can still eat fish and chicken fine, just not red meat. She suffered for months before they figured out what it was.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 05:41 PM
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A good probiotic may help?

A lot of us have pretty poor gut health these days. Junk food and all kinds of stuff can throw our gut environment out of whack.



posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 06:41 PM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

I empathize.
I'm 54 and have been a meat eater all of my life. My favorite was beef (good cuts) and chicken (white meat only). A few months ago I was eating a burger (ground round) and suddenly just felt grossed out, nausea, and totally sick to my stomach. Didn't think much of it, but since then it's as if every time I try to eat not only red meat, but even chicken, I get to feeling sick. I rarely finish a meal anymore and have lost 25 pounds in the last several months.

I have no desire to be a vegetarian-I loved meat, and when I cook (for the 2 of us) I always intend to eat.. but usually can't finish my meals anymore, even though I cut my portion size to account for my lack of .. appetite? I dunno, I have always had a healthy appetite and I do get hungry, but when I sit to eat.. suddenly no appetite.

I can eat rice, veggies, fruit, nuts, and even yogurt without feeling sick over it, however lately, after finishing the yogurt, I burp this nasty taste (sorry). It tastes like a dairy farm smells, and grosses me out. This is not good because there are days when all I eat is yogurt and atkins coconut bars for all of my meals, simply because I could eat that with no ill feelings or thoughts. I'm not on a diet, the atkins bars were just something my BF picked up for me because he knows I love coconut, and wanted me to eat. Also because I watch my sugars (diabetic).

In the beginning I thought maybe I developed an eating disorder, but I have no problem wanting to eat-just usually I get feeling sick as I'm trying to eat.

I take vitamins daily, B-12 injections as needed, and several other Rx'ed medications (am vitamin D deficient).
No tick bite for several years now.

Anyway, I hope you find the reason/s for your intolerance to red meat. In the meantime maybe you can try some protein bars or other foods with protein (peanut butter?) in them. As for me, I just try to listen to my body and eat as good as I can.


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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:02 PM
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I don't know if this will help but here goes I recently started texas superfood (which works great) and was feeling so much better being type 2 with energy conversion problems when I ate a cheese burger at a favorite takeout. I began to feel like I did before starting the TSF low energy and felt like my last step would be my last step. I had not had any problems with red meat prior to this have not had a burger since then. (Wife can not handdle red meat digestion problems so we don't eat much of it.) So maybe there is something going on what part of the world do you live in? I/m in the mid-west so much of the red meat here is raised here. I hope this helps maybe maybe not.
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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 09:36 PM
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I would ask for a blood test to check to see if it is the tick borne problem ... It can be much worse than just feeling ill from it .. The area I live in has major tick problems (all the wonderful tick disease.... I've had Lyme and Babesosis) and I can think of 4 people I know who have this ... That's just off the top of my head ... In a small town .... Anything with hooves is the basic thing people go by here if you get it ... Even eating something that was cooked on a griddle that beef or pork has been on can send them to the hospital. 2 of them are so bad they carry injections to allow them to make it to a hospital or for an ambulance to get to them .... One person woke up in a hotel while they were traveling with his throat and tongue so swollen he could barely breath or talk and was rushed to the hospital and spent 2 days there ....

It's a blood test ... If you are in an area they don't see it much you may have to bring info with you ... And you don't have to know a tick was on you to have it ... So don't just go by "I haven't pulled any off".



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