Anyone else feel nauseous?

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christines60...

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Posted: 08 Jan 2008, 21:57
I just started the South Beach diet 2 days ago. I've been feeling a bit nauseous - not to the point throwing up, but definitely a bit queasy. I really think it is the diet and not some kind of stomach bug. Anyone had a similar experience?
ImLuuvd

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Posted: 08 Jan 2008, 22:08
I'd like to see what others here say. I was very very ill with heart issues when I started this diet so mine wasn't a normal situation. I did not have any feelings like you're mentioning though. Make sure youre drinking your water and let's see what others say. Best wishes to you.
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Janelleas

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Posted: 08 Jan 2008, 22:14
Im not sure either. I never had nausea either. I am not sure what you are eating? Are you making sure you don't get hungry? I do know that if you are eating more high fiber foods than you are use to, it can cause nausea until your system adjusts. Sorry, I sure hope you feel better soon!

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sararay

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Posted: 08 Jan 2008, 22:39
Some people go through a detox period with low-carb diets. If you continue the diet and it doesn't go away in 2-3 days you might want to see your doctor. Also, with any major change of eating there is a chance you may be eating more of a particular food that you are allergic to that you weren't eating as much of before. That is one of the reasons to keep a food journal.

Take care and I hope you work it out somehow.

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