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Do you find it hard to be LFRV without NIGHTSHADE?

Started by HINA. Last reply by Mihaela Ion Nov 17, 2014. 1 Reply

Hey guys!I created this group almost five years ago.I'm just curious to hear if you are able to stick to a LFRV lifestyle without nighshades?I find it hard at times, one has to learn to make some low…Continue

Nightshade Free Recipes

Started by ApeGirl April. Last reply by Mihaela Ion Jul 1, 2014. 11 Replies

Here's a place to post and find delicious nightshade-less dishes.

Tags: recipes, free, Nightshade


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Does anyone know where can one buy fresh dates in bulk in your area?Continue


Started by Christina. Last reply by Carter Linden Mar 16, 2012. 5 Replies

I've finally gotten myself a copy of 80-10-10 and noticed how tomato-heavy the meal plans are. I wanted to start myself back on the raw food diet by following his meal plans but generally try to…Continue

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Comment by FruityGirl :) on November 16, 2014 at 8:48pm

Everyone should research nightshades more fully.. Many more nightshades your missing on here.. & I think you have them in your recipes & comments here in this group.. Optimal heath for all :)

Comment by haribon on August 29, 2013 at 1:02am

I was picking cherry tomatoes for a CSA and every time the stem tip would break off the tomato we would have to either throw the tomato away or eat it.  After a couple hours of picking I had eaten an entire meal of fresh, raw, unwashed, organic and bright red cherry tomatoes on an empty stomach for my first meal of the day.  Later in the evening before eating anything else I had a nasty bowel movement that just looked like a bunch of curled up cherry tomato skins and probably a bunch of seeds, but I did not want to look that close.  It did not seem as if the skins were digested and they reminded me of the sticky film that was left on my gloves after picking so many of them.  It leads me to believe the toxicity of tomato skins and question the edibility of tomatoes, especially the cherry tomatoes that are not worth peeling to me.  Furthermore, I cannot count how many times I have seen tomatoes growing out of humanure.  That looks like evidence to me that the seeds are so indigestible that they can even remain viable throughout our entire digestive tract.

Comment by Blueberry Blue on March 12, 2013 at 12:56am

Im allergic to tomatoes :( NOOO I love the heirloom yellow ones the best :( but oh well

Comment by Honeydew Gonne on January 28, 2012 at 12:53pm

Have developed a persistent cough and wheezing lately and believe it is due to nightshades.  I am currently reading up on the subject, journal articles and such.  If glad to be finding answers, but am going to miss tomatoes and peppers!!

Comment by Gupta Benavari on January 1, 2012 at 2:40pm

Thank you for this information.

Comment by Godfada on October 18, 2011 at 3:13pm
I have been trying to figure out why I have been getting small hives once in awhile. I think it is from nightshades. I juiced a lot of tomatoes, with celery, carrots, red bell pepper and noticed my knee ached and I got really itchy.  Although when I got tested for allergies a year ago, they said I had no food allergies. I'll have to keep a journal on what I put into my body & the reaction I get from it. I really like tomatoes, bummer. I'll just eat more fruit.
Comment by Flynn on September 30, 2011 at 5:33pm

here is an interesting page:


"An Apparent Relation of Nightshades (Solanaceae) to Arthritis"

Also blueberries and gooseberries have Solanine in them, apparently


Comment by TheBananaGirl on August 29, 2011 at 3:06am
great group Brian!
Comment by SarahMae on August 9, 2011 at 12:09pm

So i found out about 6 months ago that 8% of the worlds population has an allergic reaction to the nightshade family...and I happen to be one of them, so this group made me smile :)

As far as I know, the main foods to avoid are tomatoes, potatoes, capsicum (bell pepper) and eggplant???

I would love to hear from anyone who has a similar story :)


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