I'm new to this place, as I found it through facebook. I'm Lactose Intolerant. However, I wanted to know if anyone else has heard of a Chicken/Egg Intolerance?
According to the Food Allergy Test I took, I'm not allergic to chicken and eggs. However, when I tried to eat just a little bit of it today. I was sent to the bathroom with cramps and the runs. Then I got some nausea discomfort.
Is there anyone else out there like me? This is really bothering as a lot of food contains chicken and eggs.
actually there is no intolerance to chicken or eggs.
so the question ist, what else did you eat? Was the chicken marinated or did you eat some ready-made meal? I assume it wasn't pure chicken and a pure real egg?
What did you drink?
Whenever I eat my eggs, it's usually with Rice and either Bacon, Portuguese Sausage, Breakfast Steak or Spam. I never had any problems before.
Whenever I eat chicken, usually if it's the chicken my dad buys at the market to cook, I normally don't eat his chicken because I don't like Rosemary.
When my mom makes Shoyu Chicken, sometimes I'm fine.
Whenever I eat chicken from like Panda Express, a korean place, or from a japanese place, and heck even McDonald's Chicken Sandwich...and frozen chicken nuggets...lately they all seem to make me go straight to the bathroom with cramps. It never used to do this before. I haven't changed anything in my diet.
Right now, if I take chicken away from my foods. I'm perfectly fine. If I put chicken back in, then I'm back where I started.
I would also assume it's not the chicken, but the ingredients the chicken is cooked with.
But that can be everything. Also, an intolerance can come just like that.
Did you have a antibiotics treatment in the last weeks? That can cause temporary intolerances.
Yes, my brother and I are like you. We have the same symptoms (and I have the same issues with fresh oranges and grapefruit). After extensive self testing... we know it is not how it is prepared. We are pretty sure our dad had it as well. Our symptoms got really strong when we were each in our mid forties.
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