You may have a fungus problem and need to kill it before you continue eating them. It feeds the fungus because it turns to pure starch sugar
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Very interesting, i think i will start with a food journal. Thanks for the idea. I love my potatoes, i usually eat russets. I probably eat potatoes at least 3 times a week.....mashed, fried, o'brien, baked, hash browns, french fries in the oven, sliced and grilled, i even like them raw. I have never had eggplant, and don't care for peppers. I love tomatoes but haven't had them in a long time. But i will test these out with the food journal. Thanks for you help
Many people after eliminating gluten find other food sensitivities. There are places that can test for food sensitivities or old fashioned way would be to keep a food journal and how you felt after eating. Potatoes are part of the nightshade family and is a common issue. Other nightshades are tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and tobacco. My ND wants me to cut out nightshades. Personally I didn't have any reactions except get grumpy when eat russet potatoes but can eat new potatoes, waxy or red potatoes. I can deal with that, don't take all of them away from this Irish gal. lol
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Does anybody have issues with potatoes? I am sticking with my gluten free diet, and i make sure my toppings are gluten free. But it seems like I still swell with certain foods that ARE gluten free, like potatoes. Maybe it's the way i cook them..... I have noticed that i swell with pop and energy drinks too, so i'm trying to stay away from those. Maybe it's the carbonation in those. But what is wrong with potatoes? Are there any other foods i should look out for, that do not contain gluten? Any help is much appreciated
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