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    Well I think it's a bit strange, but everytime I eat breakfast during the morning I start to feel like having diarrhea in my stomach. Not only does this happens to me but sometimes my friends experience the same thing. So can anyone explain to me why this is happening so I can prevent it somehow? Also my kitchen is sanatary so I don't think bacteria can be the cause of it. And yeah usually after I eat breakfast I fall alseep again lol >_>. Any help would be appreciated :-D


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sum1bor3d
    Well I think it's a bit strange, but everytime I eat breakfast during the morning I start to feel like having diarrhea in my stomach. Not only does this happens to me but sometimes my friends experience the same thing. So can anyone explain to me why this is happening so I can prevent it somehow? Also my kitchen is sanatary so I don't think bacteria can be the cause of it. And yeah usually after I eat breakfast I fall alseep again lol >_>. Any help would be appreciated :-D
    Well thats not exactly a lot to go on, the best bet is to go see a doctor, it could be the result of manythings, irritable bowel syndrome springs to mind, but there could be many other reasons, go to the docs dude :-D
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    I been to the doctors and they made me took samples from my poop, which I did and after that they sent me results home, they said I was fine. This has happen to me many times before but not often like everyday though :?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sum1bor3d
    Well I think it's a bit strange, but everytime I eat breakfast during the morning I start to feel like having diarrhea in my stomach. Not only does this happens to me but sometimes my friends experience the same thing. So can anyone explain to me why this is happening so I can prevent it somehow? Also my kitchen is sanatary so I don't think bacteria can be the cause of it. And yeah usually after I eat breakfast I fall alseep again lol >_>. Any help would be appreciated :-D
    Something tells me you wrote this while eating breakfast.

    Anyways,
    What do you eat? What do you do while you eat?
    I would suggest concentrating more on chewing your food and less on the tube (or flat screen, if that's what you have). Sit straight while you eat and take it slow. This type of thing you speak of can happen if you are too careless while eating; especially in the morning.

    Oh yea, do you eat right when you wake up or do you wait a while?

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    Contaminate (the antonym of "sanitize") your kitchen.
    You may be sick for a day but you will build a stronger immune system.
    By the way, I'm not a qualified doctor so I have no authority on the matter. As the Buddha says: "Help yourself"
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    have you by any chance developed a gluten intolerance ?
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    You might be allergic to something in your breakfast. Something similar happens when I eat bananas. The gluten thing mentioned could be one of those things. Try to vary your breakfast and see what foods don't produce those results. Alternatively, go to a doctor and have him test you for allergies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER
    You might be allergic to something in your breakfast. Something similar happens when I eat bananas. The gluten thing mentioned could be one of those things. Try to vary your breakfast and see what foods don't produce those results. Alternatively, go to a doctor and have him test you for allergies.
    I was thinking that too. Seeing as your friend experiences the same problem, it may be something in the food.
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    NO, NO, and NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Do not get tested for allergies. It will screw up your life and boost your ego and sense of individuality like nothing else. You'll go to someone's house for dinner and be like "Oh, I can't eat that because I'm allergic" in a high pitch whinny, voice. It makes you feels special but in reality is quite the opposite.

    An allergy is the body overreacting to a chemical it has no reason overreacting to. Simply tell it to go away and, if your mind is strong enough, it will.

    An intolerances is another subject but, I highly doubt you have an intolerance and just now started noticing it.

    I remember those days when I felt so special with my apple allergy. Everyone was like "what the hell, I've never heard of anyone allergic to apples". Let's see the allergy test says I'm allergic to pears, the entire walnut family, shellfish, lettuce, tomatoes, should I pull out the chart and read more. Yeah, long story short I got sick of it (pardon the pun) and the allergies went away. Now I eat whatever I feel like. Don't become the victim.
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    Yeah, when I first wake up I eat right away could that be the reason?? and theres no way I can be allegeric to the food, since I eat them sometimes during afternoons as a snack and nothin goes wrong
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    I have experienced intestinal issues before after eating breakfast. It's usually do to eating too early, not paying attention (multitasking), poor posture, and sometimes the type of food.

    Now days I usually don't eat till about three hours after waking and it seems to work out well. Not to say you should wait that long. Maybe spend a few minutes doing some push-ups or something after you wake up to get the blood flowing, and have good posture while you eat.

    Play around with it, if something seems to help than stick with it for a bit and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBOB
    An intolerances is another subject but, I highly doubt you have an intolerance and just now started noticing it.
    i know someone who developed an intolerance for gluten in his early 20s, and another whose intolerance seems to run in the family - here's her comment on the issue of gluten intolerance :

    It's actually not an allergy because it's not a histamine related reaction. It's both an autoimmune disorder and a genetic one as well. It's autoimmune because your own body's antibodies attack your upper small intestine when you eat gluten. This results in the flattening of the villi of your small intestine. Flattening of the villi result in mal-absorption which results in all kinds of problems. This is why it is so hard to diagnosis and why it is under diagnosised. The symptoms are highly varied. Recent genetic research suggests it's a lot more common then we ever thought. 1 in 133 in America. More in European countries. A genetic screening showed the gene for celiac disease was present in almost half of the American population. That doesn't mean that they have it, because it can be latent for some time. It's triggered by a stress event, disease, or environmental trigger. But there are different levels of intolerance. Some people have more antibodies than others. I'm actually a third generation celiac. My mother and grandfather have it.
    for anyone interested there's also Celiac.com for further info
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    yeah...

    If that's true than the gluten problem is actually an allergy. An intolerance would be something like lactose where the body is actually incapable of dealing with it. Or a poison which does direct damage to the body. An autoimmune response is the body hurting itself which would be an allergy.

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    hypersensitivity to a substance: unusual sensitivity to a normally harmless substance that, when breathed in, ingested, or brought into contact with the skin, provokes a strong reaction from the person’s body.
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    What is funny (and I'm sure you will disagree) is the gluten allergy is very much a fad these days. It's no coincidence that most people who have "gluten intolerance" are also vegans.

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    Do you have milk with cereal? Do you have a lactose intolerance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshinewarrio
    Do you have milk with cereal? Do you have a lactose intolerance?
    He doesn't have a lactose intolerance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBOB
    NO, NO, and NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Do not get tested for allergies. It will screw up your life and boost your ego and sense of individuality like nothing else. You'll go to someone's house for dinner and be like "Oh, I can't eat that because I'm allergic" in a high pitch whinny, voice. It makes you feels special but in reality is quite the opposite.

    An allergy is the body overreacting to a chemical it has no reason overreacting to. Simply tell it to go away and, if your mind is strong enough, it will.

    An intolerances is another subject but, I highly doubt you have an intolerance and just now started noticing it.

    I remember those days when I felt so special with my apple allergy. Everyone was like "what the hell, I've never heard of anyone allergic to apples". Let's see the allergy test says I'm allergic to pears, the entire walnut family, shellfish, lettuce, tomatoes, should I pull out the chart and read more. Yeah, long story short I got sick of it (pardon the pun) and the allergies went away. Now I eat whatever I feel like. Don't become the victim.
    I have to disagree. Allergies can be very serious and it's in your best interest to know what you are allergic to if you are having serious symptons. Some allergies are bad enough that they can kill you - ignoring them is absolutely not the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neutrino
    I have to disagree. Allergies can be very serious and it's in your best interest to know what you are allergic to if you are having serious symptons. Some allergies are bad enough that they can kill you - ignoring them is absolutely not the way to go.

    I assume you know the procedure for helping someone get rid of an allergy. The doctor injects the allergen into the blood stream in an effort to desensitize the person. This is called ignoring the allergy.

    What I do is quite different. I intentionally consume the allergen with my focus on relieving the allergy. This is not ignorance; it is intention. People underestimate the power of intention and their ability to control their own body.

    I do not claim to have scientific evidence. I've known others who have done the same thing as me successfully. I would not recommend anyone try this in an effort to prove me wrong because, obviously, their intention would be in the wrong place. If you want to be avoiding stuff and seeing doctors for the rest of your life than so be it; as for me, I prefer freedom. The allergies can kiss my ass.
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    It's quite common for eating and drinking (especially hot drinks) first thing in the morning to trigger the bowels.

    When we sleep, our bowels shut down temporarily, but the food from the evening before is being processed.

    When you wake and it's suddenly triggered with food or drink it can sometimes make you feel like you have to rush to the loo!

    If it passes then i shouldn't worry about it, just be prepared

    If it's diaorrhea like and stinks bad then you might have an allergy or irritable bowel and you should probably get it checked out.
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    As yet another celiac here, I'd suggest that you have the blood test for celiac disease. It's just a quick blood test to identify the presence or absence of antibodies.

    There's also an duodenum biopsy, but it's really invasive. IMHO, the antibody test tells you more than the biopsy because, if you have the Abs, then your immune system is indeed rxting to gluten (or gliadin, the peptide within gluten.) The biopsy merely tells you how much damage you've had due to the immune response.

    If you do have celiac, it is better to know and treat it with the gluten-free diet. Yes, it sucks, and I feel stupid and whiney sometimes, but as autoimmune diseases go, it's one of the better ones to be diagnosed with. No steroids. No harsh drugs. No weight gain from steroids. No random pain. When you cut the gluten out, you start feeling better in a week, and you feel better than you have in years within a month. There is a drug in Phase III trials that looks very promising. It's a tight junctions antagonist, that tightens up the tight junctions between the cells in your intestine, thus not allowing gluten to slip between the cells and into the blood stream to cause the immune rxn.

    If you are celiac and are not diagnosed, or choose not to follow the GF diet, your chances of getting cancer (non-Hodgekin's lymphoma, spp) are greatly, greatly increased, like, that's what you're going to die of. If you cut gluten out of your diet, your risk falls back to baseline in 5 years, and you live a long, healthy life. And that drug in Phase IIIs may be on line, soon, too.

    As noted, www.celiac.com is a great resource.

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    Well you've probably caught something from this forum.
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    tkkenyon How the blue hell did you get such a huge avatar? .
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    your doctor cant diagnose?

    theres some diesease the guy in rock band pearl jam has and i forgot the name-crohns i think
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    I'm sure the doctor would have had you diagnosed by a colonoscope if he suspected Crohns and that's not simply a diarrhoea problem.
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    1st..why eating so early...
    2nd coffee or coffeemilk??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 425 Chaotic Requisition
    tkkenyon How the blue hell did you get such a huge avatar? .
    I had to seriously scale down my avatar. It was in it's original size (which was immensly big, too big, to use on this forum), so I'm not sure if there's any limit to how big your avatar can be :?
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    tkkenyon...

    yeah... how can I say this without sounding like an arrogant $%^$&$.

    Autoimmune disorders... allergies... your own body killing itself... or... your mind trying to give you a sense of individuality... and thus gaining acceptance in some form or another... people hate people with no character... people would rather have one leg and be accepted than to have two and be shunned...

    In the case of an autoimmune "disorder" you must understand that it is their own body causing the problem. Their own body overreacting to something it should not be worried about. Know that you have control over your body (in its entirety). You are your body. You are yourself. I can't express this enough. Sometimes the scientific method detaches people from themselves. In analyzing themselves the become something else other than themselves so that they may study themselves. The body is born with all sorts of safety mechanisms. All reflexes can be changed over time. A child dislikes bitter tastes because it is a safety against poison, yet they learn through experience and training that not all bitter things are harmful. A martial artists trains his muscles reflexes to be more practical and efficient. Anyone can do this with any part of their body, no matter how small.

    Yes, I'm crazy. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I have no sources to back me up, maybe I do. Maybe I don't care. It's your body. If you want to live our life avoiding your pain than be my guest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sum1bor3d
    Well I think it's a bit strange, but everytime I eat breakfast during the morning I start to feel like having diarrhea in my stomach. Not only does this happens to me but sometimes my friends experience the same thing. So can anyone explain to me why this is happening so I can prevent it somehow? Also my kitchen is sanatary so I don't think bacteria can be the cause of it. And yeah usually after I eat breakfast I fall alseep again lol >_>. Any help would be appreciated :-D
    In your thick intestines it was generated abnormal intestinal flora. See my site http://ipchepurnoy.narod.ru/Abnormal.html
    Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS), fructo-oligosaccharides (inulin) and other mixed oligosaccharides should be in nutrition. It is prebiotic for probiotic microorganisms or bacteria that are beneficial to the host organism.
    MOS, inulin, mixed oligosaccharides are very well know for functional nutrition and suppression the colonization of the pathogen in human large intestine.
    Deficiency MOS, inulin, mixed oligosaccharides in nutrition are very well cause in formation abnormal intestinal flora.
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