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Do Peanuts Make You Constipated
Sure, pls consider: Milk, eggs, wheat, soybeans, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts & peanuts cause 90 % of food allergic reactions, & up to 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies. Short of a true allergic reaction, too much of a good food is not necessarily a good thing. If you ate peanuts to excess, sure you could get constipated. ...Read more
If I'm constipated, should I stay away from peanuts all day? Or Eat fruits all day till dinner Time and make sand which? (turkey bacon, egg, lettuce)
Hydration and fiber: Constipation can frequently be relieved with increased dietary fiber and drinking plenty of water. One of the colon's primary jobs is to reabsorb water from the stool before it is excreted. If you are not drinking enough water the stool can become dry and hard, leading to constipation. Fruits and vegetables are a good source of dietary fiber. ...Read more
I have a bad tummy ache and feel constipated. Only additional food I consumed out of normal are fried peanuts yesterday and pomegranate juice today?
Can cause many people problems. The fried peanuts may not be sitting well.
Pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants and can be very beneficial.
Drink plenty of water. You may find that papaya enzyme may help as well. Or it may be an accumulation of things you have eaten or the beginning of a stomach bug. ...Read more
Past week been constipated, if I go stools r peanuts or thin and yellow, lump in throat, pain in rectum, fullness in intestine. Any thoughts appreciated.
Constipation: Hello and welcome to HralthTap, there are multiple cause for constipation, looking into your Med list I can Pin it down to amlodipine and if you are taking any pain killers. There may be other reasons but I need more history. If you fell comfortable We can talk about it in detail. Thank you! ...Read more
I'm Taking Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) 10/325 as prescribed really constipated. Taking colace 100mg. Can I drink prune juice does it contain peanuts in it. Allergic to them?
Perhaps, if dry...: There are many reasons for relative constipation. Have your md review your current medications for constipation as side effect. Fiber (with enough water) very helpful, and you need to titrate up to full doses or you will get gassy. A healthy, fiber filled diet always good, and don't forget to drink more water. Regular exercise also excellent for getting those bowels moving. ...Read more
I seem to have more frequent BM’s when I eat peanut butter. If I eat it too often, loose stool. Usually constipated. No history of allergies.
Quote: “Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such
as peanuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.
1.5 ounces of peanuts also offers a good and excellent source of fiber and protein (10% and 20% RDA)" Plus, they taste good and satisfy appetite for a long time, so less likely to eat junk ...Read more
Anaphylaxis: Peanut and nuts tend to cause the most severe food allergic reactions called anaphylaxis. Death is typically either from shock (loss of blood pressure) or from edema/swelling of the larynx (throat) leading to asphyxiation. An allergist can assist a patient in a management plan to decrease the risk of having a severe reaction to peanuts. ...Read more
Peanut allergies: Another good reason to delay feeding peanuts (and peanut butter) to a baby is that peanut allergy is fairly common and can be extremely serious. For that reason, it is recommended to not feed children peanuts or peanut butter until after their first birthday to allow their immune system to develop a bit more. ...Read more
If a person had a: Peanut allergie - expect that their airway could swell. If a person was popping peanuts while supine in bed, suspect that they might accidentally aspirate one. But if you don't have a peanut allergy, and chewed peanuts prior to going to bed, don't see how it would choke you. Take care. ...Read more
Hard to tell: Peanuts are high in fat, especially those fried as there is frying oil factor on top of the natural peanut oil. That kind of food may be hard on the gallbladder (gallstones or dyskinesia) that may manifest with abdominal pain. Also, if you have gastritis or ulcer or esophageal reflux, this type of food would be contributing to aggravating the existing problem. Finally, it may be a mere coincidence. ...Read more
Possibly: "peanuts are legumes, biologically unrelated to tree nuts. But there is high level of allergic cross-reactivity between peanuts & tree nuts, meaning that people with tree nut allergies are at increased risk of developing peanut allergies. If you're diagnosed with a tree nut allergy, your allergist will advise you whether to avoid peanuts as well." see comment for more info. ...Read more
Controversy: American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology suggests that early introduction of highly allergenic foods such as peanuts may reduce children’s risk for developing food allergies. This is opposed to American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations of waiting until 3 years for peanuts. Discuss with child's doctor. ...Read more
Peanut allergy: One can develop a peanut allergy at any time, and it is less likely to caramel. Please be very careful and avoid all peanut containing products until you see an allergist and determine if this is indeed the case or not, you need an Epinephrine autoinjector in that case. ...Read more
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