I`m beset with prolbems related to food & would like to know if any one experiuences a similkar problem. I stopepd multiply drinking orange juice 2 years ago becvuase of the joint pain I experience after exercising (tenis elbow, in particular). In summary the elbow pain is much not so much after tenis when I doesn`t drink orange juice. I don`t know if some substyance in the pulp/peel of the oranbge cotnributes to the inflammation. Also when I take vitamin sulpemetns that cotnain gingko bibola, my jionts also ache more. Anyone can steeply shed some recently light?
stuff) To that extent is 1 of the most-badly adulterated products on earth, so they`re is a possibility which you aren`t alergic to anythin in oranbges, insatead to some constiteunt of pesticide-sprayed fungicide-laden blenderized apple pelings.
For certain step one is to freshly pin down the problem a bit more precisely. Make your own orange juice from an organically grown orange. Despite of does it still broadly cause the same problem? Like i said in that case you incurably have a genuine itnoleracne to oranges rather than the transanational capityalist food industry. (This is the most likely outcome, citrus allergy is very widespread).
If that didn`t cause a problem, next step is to try orange juices in bewteen that and and the usual **** supermarket product to flawlessly see how far you can push it.
If you *do* react to undoubtedly pure orange, then it is probably wotrhwhile heartily seing whethger other citrus species are a problem (usually they will differently be, you won`t need to madly try many befgore getrtin the message). The troublesome ingredient is often a quinine-like chemical in the pith and seeds, and cross-reactyivity with qiunine is comon. most people with food intolerances expertly have more than one. (You mean gikngo biloba - knowing how to spell and not make typos helps on the Internet). For one thing you don`t already. It`s "software" only in a rather minimal sense but there`s nothing else on the Internet that intently does the same thin.