Sneezing (rapid/post meals)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

 

Rapid sneezing: following meals or consumption of sweets, is a symptom not of an allergy, but a reaction to a “reactive” foods.

Overview

Rapid sneezing can occur up to two hours AFTER eating the offending food/snack and is usually accompanied by heavy mucous flow from the nose and sometimes urgent bowel activity and production of excess gas.

Rapid sneezing a symptom that should NOT be ignored or written off. The symptom has meaning, as does the inability to clear one’s throat especially following meals or when there is no obvious indication of a sore throat.  Sinusitis is a closely related side effect.

Know, sneezing, congestion, sinus issues, etc. are autoimmune responses from a stress and inflamed small intestinal gut wall.

Know, bloating, especially in the evening, is a clear indicator of gut issues, poor digestion and infestation by yeast.

Know, if you suffer any of these problems, you become acquainted with the Autoimmune Attack Cycle and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle. Read about them by clicking hyperlinks.

Solutions

Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Consider doing the Tissue & Liver Protocol and the Gut Protocol. Click hyperlinks to read about them.

Read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life here.

Read Special Insights, Allergies & Sensitivities and Food Cravings by clicking hyperlinks.

See Yeast, Digestion, Sinusitis in Glossary below.

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