19 July 2011
It's only been a couple of days but I just want to record the things I've noticed so I don't forget or lose track of it.
On Saturday we went out to lunch and had beer, flatbread and hummus. I felt pretty good after but did have a little bit of gas all afternoon. For dinner we had teri meat, fish, noodles, salad with oriental dressing and some milk. After this I felt a little bloated and the gas was still there. But it wasn't bad at all. I did have dessert on Saturday night.
Sunday we had breakfast at home; eggs, hashbrowns, sausage; and felt pretty good after that. In the afternoon we went to a BBQ and I had 4 beers, some pupus, 2 pulled pork sandwiches. Then around 8 pm we went to Zippys and I had 2 pieces of fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn. Was full after but not bad. Oh yeah, I also had a lemon bar.
Yesterday, Monday, I was hanging a little bit from the beer on Sunday. We went out to breakfast and had kim chee fried rice with eggs and pancakes. I felt full after wards but not really stuffed. Ended up taking a nap around 11 am which I'm pretty sure was due to the beer the night before not the food. In the afternoon I had 1/2 a ham sandwich on french bread and felt fine. Then around 2pm I had 1/2 an apple and I had gas for the rest of the afternoon. When I went to work around 4pm I still had gas and had some minor cramping in the lower intestines although nothing happened. Dinner was hummus and thinwich around 6:45pm and except for a little gas, I was fine the rest of the night.
So nothing definitive yet though some possible leads. More journaling and watching patterns to see what happens.
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