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#464709 03/12/12 07:08 AM
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Has anyone had problems with the little white button mushrooms you find at most grocery stores? If so, does it make a difference if they are raw or cooked?

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Hiya, no we haven't had any problems with them. Jon eats them cooked.

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Thanks Kiwi. If they never show up starchy, I'll take a chance on them despite being out of iodine for now.

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I've never had trouble with them being starchy but they do bother me a bit pain wise. AS? don't know.

If I remember right, sinclair said she could only tolerate mushrooms in small amounts.


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I didn't eat them in the beginning because I wasn't sure about them but now I eat them all the time and haven't had an issue with them.

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Try Maitake mushrooms - Cox2 inhibitor

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Interesting point you bring up. Those mushrooms may be cox-2 inhibitors, but there was another study (albeit on mice) finding that they and other common mushrooms promote a TNF-alpha response

"The change in the immune response induced by whole mushrooms is consistent with a potentially important improvement in cancer surveillance and anti-microbial killing while increasing inflammation and perhaps autoimmunity."

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2172/10/12

I wonder if this could be why Sunny is sensitive to mushrooms...


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