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the muffin boxes from stores safe?
      #368803 - 12/16/12 11:06 PM
j87

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do i have to make them from scratch? are the boxed versions at the grocery stores ok to use? the ones where you literally just add water to it(some other stuff i forget), mix, and put it in the oven.

been craving some banana muffins ;(

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Re: the muffin boxes from stores safe? new
      #368819 - 12/19/12 04:22 PM
emmasmom

Reged: 09/22/06
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I dont trust those sometimes there milk there whole egg hfcs, lard I would look in the index there tons of muffins are here that are safe and yummy I love the vegan bluberry ones you have to do a search for it can't find it let me know and I'll give to you its one I posted and the chocolate ones are great you could add some zucchini to them for more veggie. hth
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Re: the muffin boxes from stores safe? new
      #371754 - 12/24/14 02:44 AM
zohaa

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Every time I go to get my nails done I end up having to leave in the middle of my appointment because I start having trouble with IBS. I think at times it is brought on by the smell of products they use. This also happens when I go some place where I can smell food cooking. Is this just coincidence or really brought on by the smell of some foods?


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Smells bringing on ibs symptoms. new
      #371755 - 12/24/14 12:34 PM
sgcray

Reged: 01/22/14
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Someone posting on 12/24;Was wondering why we don't have more posters, if the holiday brings on more spasming..Temptations to try other foods, eating/drinking too quickly, not eating on time etc. aaand being with relatives..Argh. I think smelling food cooking when hungery makes your upper GI track rev up and probably send signals to the rest of the track. I'd eat right before getting nails done, taking acacia before eating to be less sensitive and especially if have to wait to eat.

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