High Fat Food - Effects on your body

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  1. Cheekypasterfield

    Cheekypasterfield Rather comfy here

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    I'll try to not makes this post TMI.

    I just wondered if anyone else has noticed that since doing SW, if you eat a high fat food ie Big Mac does it have an adverse effects on your tummy and other areas?

    I was out with hubby and ended up in mcdonalds and a little while later my body decided it didn't like it lol if you get what I mean lol

    I'm guessing its cause, I've being eating SW now for a month my body has got used to healthy food
     
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  3. Mel2

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    If I eat anything fatty i get terrible tummy ache about half an hour after then end up with diarrhoea a few hours later. Just goes to show how quickly your body gets used to a healthy diet.
     
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    Same here..... Anything cooked in oil gives me horrible gut pain and bad toilet troubles
     
  5. Circes

    Circes Strutting her stuff

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    Yep I do too! Body doesnt do well with high fat food now!
     
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    Same here - I daren't eat pizza (the big fat juicy takeaway type) at all, as that much cheese is NOT a good thing now!
     
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    Me too, I cant eat anything overly fatty or greasey now without feeling queezy a few hours later. Not cool.
     
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    I had 3 naughty days over the New Year (good over Xmas) & boy did I suffer......the loo saw more of me than my husband!!!
     
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    SlimmingKitchen Gold Member

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    I have definetly noticed a change if I now have something bad.
    Chip shop food is a big no no, I used to once in a blue moon buy us a chippy as a treat but the last one we had left us both feeling really sick & bloated.

    And things like pizza, kebab etc are just not right. I get terrible tummy pains and toilet isssues lol!

    Will stick to sw friendly foods hahaha xxx
     
  10. *Emsie*

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    I'm off work with an inflamed gallbladder and am wondering if it was caused by allowing myself to have treats etc over xmas and new year :confused: my body certainly reacts when i have fatty foods etc now
     
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    Just to buck the trend (and to be awkward of course)

    I have been SW for approx 14 weeks. In that time, I have had two meals off plan. One was the day before weigh-in at a fish and chip restaurant in Sunderland. Met my mate who travelled up from Sunderland. Had Cod, chips, batter & mushy peas, bread roll and butter and instead of tea/coffee opted for diet coke.

    I enjoyed it immensely, not only that but couldn't eat it all and gave my mate my untouched bread roll and butter (a victory in itself for me). I had no guilt pangs, and no problems with toiletting or grease overload.

    my main concern was doing this the afternoon before weight-in. I managed 1.5lb loss and slimmer of the week on 29th December - yes it might have been more, but it was a special occasion lol

    In fairness I would not do the same for a BK or Macdonalds as I can make my own Actifry chips, chicken pieces or healthy burgers & salad just as well.
     
  12. Stackhead

    Stackhead Slow and steady...

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    I feel it when I have greasy food. I had a chippy for tea tonight after bowing (not that much) pursuasion and now i've got terrible tummy ache!!
    Back to SW foods tomorrow!!
     
  13. alexisemma31

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    It is eating fatty foods that upsets the gallbladder. I had gallstones last year and was really poorly. My GP told me that being on a low fat diet (SW) may have caused the gallstones as the bile would have been sat for a long period crystalising as it wasn't needed, and thus turned into stones. Then on the odd occasion I did have a treat, the body calls on the gallbladder to release bile into the bowel to help digest the fat. This in turn upset the gallbladder because of the presence of the stones. I was really unlucky just before xmas 2009 when a stone made a bid for freedom and got stuck near my pancreas - I can not tell you how painful it was, and ended up in hospital for 8 days.

    Anyway I now had my GB taken out and had no more problems.

    I hope you get well soon and have no recurrence.
     
  14. helzzz

    helzzz loves SW!!

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    I'm always really affected by fatty foods too once I've started eating healthily for a couple of weeks. I have exactly the same problems as others have mentioned. It's good to know I'm not the only one! :D
     
  15. Cheekypasterfield

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    In a very weird way its good our bodies react they way they do. Just another great example that SW is great for us inside and out lol
     
  16. *Emsie*

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    Thanks :) sorry to hear of your experience!
     
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    I will report back after my McDs on Friday that Im so looking foward to!
     
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    I have IBS it only takes about a minute from eating something greasy and im curled up in a ball in agony i had it before i started the plan though.
     
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    Out of interest, what are you planning on eating?
     
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    I'm intrigued to know what you're having too!! Sorry just that there are so many better alternatives....I'm just so anti-McDonalds lol :) xx
     
  22. mod-karen79

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    If I eat high fat foods I normally get acid reflux and heartburn all night. Bloody horrible!
     
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