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sharp waves on pain in the intestine/bowel when processing food eaten. not consipated or loose. no allergies. have lupus use suppositories regular ?

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Dr. Jeffrey Levine
31 years experience Family Medicine
Don't eat those food: Processed foods are generally not healthy, as they tend to contain a lot of calories, sodium, additives, and preservatives, with little nutritional value. So I suggest avoiding those foods, especially since they also upset your GI tract. You can try an elimination diet to try to determine what you specifically do not tolerate, but that is difficult with processed foods with many ingredients.
Answered on May 21, 2015

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