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Old 08-08-2004, 07:39 AM   #1
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My bowels go nuts when nervous/excited, know any foods?

Yeah, usually in school I really get nervous/excited and was wondering if theres anything I could eat for breakfast that would help my system out down there... I usually drink vegetable juice but that makes my bowels go whenever... If anyone has had this problem, please give me some suggestions!

 
Old 08-08-2004, 08:16 AM   #2
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Re: My bowels go nuts when nervous/excited, know any foods?

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Yeah, usually in school I really get nervous/excited and was wondering if theres anything I could eat for breakfast that would help my system out down there... I usually drink vegetable juice but that makes my bowels go whenever... If anyone has had this problem, please give me some suggestions!

Wow, I also have the same problem, but I think mine is really because of nerves, tensions, stress, but I also get excited [which makes me go to the bathroom, don't know if you have the same problem]. That's why I hate eating in public...anyways, eating brown bread and brown pasta and wholewheat has helped me a little. The first thing I eat before school is stuff like quinoa, amaranth, millet...you should really look into that. They're really light but fill you up and they're easy on the stomach!
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Old 08-08-2004, 08:16 AM   #3
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Re: My bowels go nuts when nervous/excited, know any foods?

Me too! Isnt life wonderful with this stuff?

 
Old 08-08-2004, 11:36 AM   #4
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Smile Re: My bowels go nuts when nervous/excited, know any foods?

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Yeah, usually in school I really get nervous/excited and was wondering if theres anything I could eat for breakfast that would help my system out down there... I usually drink vegetable juice but that makes my bowels go whenever... If anyone has had this problem, please give me some suggestions!
Dear xMorningGloryx,
I have eaten raisin bread toast with butter on it for about three years. I eat 4 slices a day and when I am having a real bad stomach day, I will eat it for a couple of meals. It seems to absorb and settle the stomach sickness feeling and has worked for me through some real sickening times. Have a nice day

Sincerely,

Sickman

 
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