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Problem with root vegetable

Commented on October 28, 2013
Created October 27, 2013 at 4:49 PM

Hi, I have problem with digesting root vegetable. After I eat any kind root vegetable (carrot, beetroot, radish, parsley root, celery root etc.) I feel like I want to vomit everytjing from my stomach, I tried to eat it cooked or uncooked and the result is always the same. Sometimes I have this problem with apples but it depends on species. Any thoughts on this problem? I really appreciate every idea. Maybe it has something to do with that??s it from underground, but I can eat potatoes and yams and they grow underground. And the really wird thing about it is that when I eated a lot of junk food (SAD diet) I didn??t have this problem except for apples (they were always problem for me). I have hypothyreosis.

P.S.:Sorry for my weird english I am from Czech republic.

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on October 28, 2013
at 03:05 AM

interesting, everything you mentioned having issues with is classed as a taproot (except the apple). while the potatoes and yams are classed as tuberous roots.

i wonder if there is anything peculiar to taproots (& apples?) but not tuberous roots?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root_vegetable

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on October 28, 2013
at 01:12 AM

Did you test for intolerances?

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Maybe you need to adapt a paleo diet to exclude FODMAPS foods.

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