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    I get a queasy feeling when I eat animal fat.

    Anybody else get queasy from animal fat?
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    Me, but that’s because my body seems to have “forgotten” how to process it - change in the gut biome most likely. I only eat it by accident - “vegetarian” dish that actually had meat broth in it or once a handful of chips cooked in lard - those were the worst!

    might want to check on your gall bladder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken lady View Post
    Me, but that’s because my body seems to have “forgotten” how to process it - change in the gut biome most likely. I only eat it by accident - “vegetarian” dish that actually had meat broth in it or once a handful of chips cooked in lard - those were the worst!

    might want to check on your gall bladder.
    Could I be running out of gall?
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    No, you’re still galling, but the gall bladder does play a key role in digesting animal fat.

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    I try to keep it to a minimum or I feel a bit sluggish.

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    Animal fat - consuming it as my SO is Hispanic as meat is important at a Hispanic table if said table can afford meat - does make me feel guilty. I try to minimize my consumption without making it a huge deal. Rob

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    I'm more likely to feel queasy when i don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    I'm more likely to feel queasy when i don't.
    The flavor is delicious. It is afterwards... physically queasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultralight View Post
    The flavor is delicious. It is afterwards... physically queasy.
    Chase it down with bourbon and you’ll feel better.

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    No, but what specific animal fat are we talking about here? Because unless it really is a gallbladder problem, I think it's allergies/sensitivites to a specific food. Most animal foods contain protein, along with fat, and it's actually the protein that is the allergen. Diary is a common allergen, eggs or fish are allergens for some (I find fish super easy to digest), beef is just generally hard to digest for many.

    I have had the queasy feeling with avocados sometimes though! I limit red meat anyway, but not because of an allergy.
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