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A 31-year-old member asked:

Whenever i eat i feel like i'm going to puke, what could be wrong?

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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine 74 years experience
Brainstem: Your vomiting center is in the brainstem. When you eat an automatic message goes to the brain from the stomach. As this crescendoes you feel full. But it is the brain mechanism that is overly sensitive. Commonest cause is lousy diet that has resulted in deficiency of b vitamins, particularly b1. Get rid of sugar in all its forms as well as sweeteners.

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Whenever i eat i feel like i'm going to puke. What could be the problem here?

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Digestive problems, : Depending on how long this has been going on and the severity of your reaction you may have allergies or digestive problems due to the foods you eat. Seek advice from a gastroenterologist. In addition, try drinking more water daily. Try tea to aid in your digestion.
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Last updated Jan 30, 2014


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