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    Dont' they also have rice-like alternatives?? Like.. I forget.. you cook them LIKE rice, but they have more nutrients and such? I'll look it up instead of rambling
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    Quote Originally Posted by WithoutaFace View Post
    Ooooh chocolate. Try the real dark, heavy, cacao chocolates. Bite off a piece, and then drink milk at the same time. It's sooo good, and quite filling as well. They make ample snacks.
    Hm, now that sounds interesting indeed. Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Dont' they also have rice-like alternatives?? Like.. I forget.. you cook them LIKE rice, but they have more nutrients and such? I'll look it up instead of rambling
    Oh, yes I know what you mean. I keep forgetting about those. :rolleyes2:


    Oh, and just for a laugh, let me tell you what I was able to eat without any problems 2 days ago: my roomie brought home Mcfood. And I had no problems. Ha ha ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GargoylesLegacy View Post
    Hm, now that sounds interesting indeed. Thank you.


    Oh, yes I know what you mean. I keep forgetting about those. :rolleyes2:


    Oh, and just for a laugh, let me tell you what I was able to eat without any problems 2 days ago: my roomie brought home Mcfood. And I had no problems. Ha ha ha.
    Hmmm, McDonald's isn't exactly what I would prescribe for healthy gastrointestinal functioning. However, when I think about it, I guess there is a lot of bacteria in their food. Bacteria does tend to make one "evacuate" matter out of their system with haste. So it might a good short term remedy, but in the long run costly and pernicious.

    But yea, seriously try the choclate thing. Preferraby with Godiva, because chocolate > people. Chocolate + milk > concept of God. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WithoutaFace View Post
    Hmmm, McDonald's isn't exactly what I would prescribe for healthy gastrointestinal functioning.
    *lol* Don't worry, I am not gonna use that as a remedy. I just thought it was oddly funny tha normal food seems to attack the stomach, while McDo works.

    Quote Originally Posted by WithoutaFace View Post
    Preferraby with Godiva, because chocolate > people.
    Hm, they dun ship overseas, so I guess I have to see if we have something like an American store here somewhere. Thank you. =)
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    This is coming out of left-field a bit here, but did you have the flu or something equally bad that made you throw up or unable to eat recently?

    I ask because a classmate got the flu and for the past month or so she hasn't been able to eat anything because she would throw it back up or have terrible stomach acid. When she went to the doctor, they discovered she was having an odd auto-immune reponse to...nothing. Meaning, her body still thought it was sick, so it kept trying to expell anything going into it in an attempt to clean the body out and allow it to heal. She's on some medications that reduce stomach acid (among others to help with other symptoms) until she's able to "prove" to her body that she's not sick anymore.

    This is just something that might provide your doctors with a lead, perhaps. It's certainly possible. But I'm no medical professional.
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    Uh, the flu? Well, I haven't had the need to expel food since uh, almost 2 decades now. And I wasn't sick since...almost the same time. So, unless I still got something from like 2 decades ago, I sure hope that it's not that.
    Wow, but that is interesting. The body thinking it is still sick. Never heard of that before. That's a great input, thank you.
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    What is your max amount of fat you can take in a day?

    When I'm in poor mode I'll take noodles and boil them in just enough water to cover them. Then when they're boiling I'll add a little bit of oil or butter along with some herbs (and spices, but you said you can't have that); stir that up then turn the heat down. Once the noodles are soft enough I start adding flour to thicken it up, but only add it a little at a time. If you do it right it tastes rather good. ^_^
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    Ooh, wait you mean a version of "Pasta Aglio Olio", right? Well, cept that you leave out the garlic (Aglio). Yep, that is very yummy. I always keep forgetting about that too. Doh.
    Thanks for reminding me.

    BTW: there is not really a max. amount of anything.

    Seems that, when I eat small meals often every day, instead of - let's say - one (big) only, it kinda works. Unless I am very, very stressed. And that's what I have been for the past months probably. I didn't even notice, until my stomach hurt like crap after eating.
    In any case, if I am lucky, I can also eat other things than carbs only. As long as I keep the meals small. Yeah, and still not too spicy; which annoys me. Because I like spices.

    So, I guess I probably need to change the title of this thread to something like "Small meals and anti-stress methods" or something like that. :rolleyes2:
    *cough* Could somebody please? o.o

    Thank you. That's better now.
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    Okay, best stress reliever for me:
    Find a friend, and go shopping for the majority of the night. Then go home take warm bath, with ambient music, and scented candles. A cigar thrown into the mix would be nice, but probably not great for your health aspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WithoutaFace View Post
    Okay, best stress reliever for me:
    Find a friend, and go shopping for the majority of the night. Then go home take warm bath, with ambient music, and scented candles. A cigar thrown into the mix would be nice, but probably not great for your health aspect.
    Joint in b4 cigar.

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