Nausea and Vomiting: There are several reasons for nausea, but most often it is caused by a change in the stomach’s pH level. This can be as simple as eating something that has an unusual taste or flavor, which may cause the body to re-adjust its pH level. Sometimes changes in food or drink can also cause nausea and vomiting after eating because of food allergies, such as lactose intolerance (milk), gluten sensitivity (wheat), and sulfite sensitivity (wine).
Food sensitivities/allergies are very common these days. Most people don’t realize it until they try certain foods that make them sick if they have never had those particular symptoms before. Since you are experiencing symptoms immediately after your meal take this time to find out what might be causing your problem so you aren’t starving yourself later on down the road! The good news is once you know exactly what is making you sick there will likely come a time when things return “back to normal” again.
Food Sensitivities Vs Allergies: Food sensitivities happen much more frequently than physician diagnoses of “food allergy.” Over 30 million Americans suffer from various forms of intolerances including digestive disorders like IBS , skin conditions like eczema, breathing problems including asthma & other respiratory ailments , though no definitive diagnosis has been established yet due to lack of scientific evidence beyond anecdotal cases . However, just because doctors cannot officially diagnose “