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Re: parnate and cheese

Posted by willyee on February 10, 2006, at 8:42:24

In reply to Re: parnate and cheese LizinManhattan, posted by gardenergirl on February 9, 2006, at 23:11:26

> Mozzarella is not an aged cheese. It's fresh, and thus contains very little tyramine. That's why your doc said it was okay to try mozzarella. Aged cheese like Swiss and cheddar are still no-no's. It's true that sensitivity to tyramine varies. It's also true that tyramine content varies. Perhaps the swiss cheese you ate before the BP spike was more aged than usual?
>
> gg

Good point cause i have eatan pizza normaly,which is a fair amount for the 5 years ive been on it,and when i eat pizza im not shy with how much i eat.

The only thing that gave me a direct interaction was the third day on it,soy sauce,i dident know i was eating soy sauce.but now if i have chinease its wings and white rice not a single thing else.


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