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Old 07-22-2012, 03:11 PM
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80mg simethicone per tablet is your friend. If that doesn't help you, you might have more than simple overeating on your hands. If such tablets don't help and you still feel bad tomorrow, report it to your local health dept, as it may be important for them to know that someone at that place either isn't preparing food properly or isn't storing it properly. Seriously, it's a community health issue.
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Old 07-22-2012, 03:18 PM
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My sister and I once stopped on the way home when we were out together. We both ordered roast beef sandwiches from H. By the time we got home, we both felt bad. She chose to force herself to vomit, and spent about 10-15 agonizing minutes doing so. I chose to control my nausea and tough it out. About six hours later, I was writhing in my bed and groaning so painfully that my parents called the family doc, who called in a prescription (which was delivered to our house by the family-run pharmacy). I could not be still 'til I took the meds, and later safely "passed" everything in my stools. To this day, my sister still remembers vividly hearing the pain I was in from holding it in. I learned a lot that day, and to this day will readily and voluntarily "purge" anything that doesn't feel right, however uncomfortable it might feel in the moment. I've learned that "uncomfortable" can last for hours and move into higher realms of pain.
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Old 07-22-2012, 03:25 PM
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yep....if I feel the need to barf...I'm gonna go barf.
seems lately, ground beef has been an issue in that regards....don't know why, but I can't handle ground beef anymore.
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Have you tried grass-fed, and smaller portions? More expensive for now, but with rising grain-fed beef prices, should be competitive, and perhaps less bothersome to your system.
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Have you tried grass-fed, and smaller portions? More expensive for now, but with rising grain-fed beef prices, should be competitive, and perhaps less bothersome to your system.
yes and yes.
ground beef is just a no no for me.
This means chicken tacos, fish tacos, chicken burritos, etc. are ok, but no beef at the mexi restaurant.
I haven't tried buffalo meat yet.
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Strange, but worthy of a foray into the medical literature.

One question: when you cook the beef, do you drain off all the fat?

In the meantime, do any other cuts of beef bother you? And I hope you can find grass-fed buffalo soon. My Harris-Teeter carries it. It's apparently raised in CO, but (what's in my local store) is processed in NC and then sent to NC HT stores.
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Also, are you sure it's just the beef, and not something that you're putting in with it prior to eating it?
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Strange, but worthy of a foray into the medical literature.

One question: when you cook the beef, do you drain off all the fat?

In the meantime, do any other cuts of beef bother you? And I hope you can find grass-fed buffalo soon. My Harris-Teeter carries it. It's apparently raised in CO, but (what's in my local store) is processed in NC and then sent to NC HT stores.
Just ground beef....and it can be drained or even cooked on the grill....will still send me to calling europe.
No issues with steaks or roasts (so far). I suspect its early issues with the gall bladder, but there's no pain involved.
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I am feeling a little better...went to Walgreen's to pick up a couple of prescriptions, then to PetSmart for some joint stuff for Taylor. Still don't really feel like eating anything though.

I'm not sure if it was simply overeating or something wrong with part of the meal. As I said, I've had this before and not had such a reaction. Maybe my stomach has shrunk more in the past 1.5mo and I simply can't eat all of the meal anymore....either way, I know I will not be eating Mexican for a while.
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Soounds like an issue with the food if you still feel bad.
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