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MUMMYUK2 SparkPoints: (13,512)
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4/28/11 9:32 A

There isn't a specific food more the speed that I eat emoticon

PEDAL-PUSHER Posts: 6,501
4/28/11 9:29 A

Dry food eaten to fast, especially hard boiled eggs.

ELLSKI85 Posts: 4,095
4/28/11 9:14 A

Anything carby (bread, muffin, biscuit, cookies) and dry that I'd eat without drinking anything.

MYPOINT SparkPoints: (2,120)
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4/28/11 9:12 A

Any dry food without sipping a drink between bites will give me the hiccups.

Edited by: MYPOINT at: 4/28/2011 (10:04)
KATYAROSE SparkPoints: (16,633)
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4/28/11 8:57 A

If I'm drinking anything, but especially carbonated beverages, while laughing really hard, I'll get hiccups.

KENMAC116 Posts: 3,006
4/28/11 8:12 A

very dry foods

JJSSPARK SparkPoints: (45,094)
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4/28/11 8:10 A

Well, I first want to thank all of you for letting me know it's not a strange thing...and I'm not the only one. It makes me feel better knowing I'm not alone:)

REDSHOES2011 - thanks for the tips. I do eat my veggies sauteed or cooked more than raw, except my salads...I am trying to incorporate raw veggies into my afternoon snacks; fruit is usually what I grab or a fiber bar; but I am trying to change it up a bit. I will definitely have to pay attention and see if that is the difference. Great tip!!

REDSHOES2011 SparkPoints: (35,936)
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4/27/11 10:32 P

Dear JJsspark,
I have read that if your not used to eating alot of raw vegetables the stomach can have difficulties digesting some raw vegetables..

One of the suggestions is to lightly sautee vegetables until the stomach is used to getting the increased volume of raw vegetables..

Eventually as your digestion improves, raw vegetables can become a part of your daily diet without the burping and for many people heartburn.

CUINPARADISE SparkPoints: (45,599)
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4/27/11 10:16 P

Cucumbers

NEVENKA13 SparkPoints: (0)
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4/27/11 8:23 P

Pork Rinds, carrots, and leftover poultry if its dry. If I can down some water rellly quickly, they go away.

TRAVELNISTA SparkPoints: (181,673)
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4/27/11 7:51 P

I used to get them when I used to eat turkey

WISHABONE Posts: 691
4/27/11 7:50 P

specific foods don't seem to give me hiccups. Overeating & doing bending activites aftewards does. Weird.

JELLYKNEES SparkPoints: (10,287)
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4/27/11 6:41 P

raw carrots, rice if I eat it first thing in a meal.

NANNA01X7 SparkPoints: (21,502)
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4/27/11 3:30 P

BANANAS

ACTINGDARLING Posts: 1,840
4/27/11 3:27 P

Nope, I hiccup all the time when i eat cucumbers!

JJSSPARK SparkPoints: (45,094)
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4/27/11 3:18 P

I brought carrot sticks for my afternoon snack at work today, and I realized that every time I eat raw carrots, I get the hiccups. Strange, I know. So it made me think, are there certain foods that you eat that causes you to have the hiccups (or is my body just strange)?

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