Brown rice intolerance is not just a thing that happens to your family, friends, and coworkers.
It’s a disease, and it’s spreading all over the world.
And while people are often quick to dismiss the condition as a side effect of eating too much brown rice, it’s actually quite a complex and difficult disease to treat.
But with a little guidance from the experts, you can help prevent the brown rice-induced illness and get the most out of your rice bowls.1.
Know your symptoms, and know your symptoms best1.
Brown rice is not a disease2.
You don’t need to be allergic to brown rice to get it.
It can actually be a good thing if you have it3.
When it comes to avoiding brown rice intolerances, know the signs and symptoms of your disease.
If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, your doctor may be able to prescribe an allergy medicine to treat your symptoms.1.)
Redness or swelling in your skin or eyes.2.)
Red, inflamed skin around the mouth or nose.3.)
Red lips, lips that don’t look like they’re working.4.)
A feeling of pressure around the throat or stomach.5.)
Aching and burning in your hands or feet.6.
Weakness, tingling, or numbness around the eyes.7.
Feeling of fullness or heaviness in your stomach.9.
A feeling that your heart is pounding.10.
An irregular heartbeat.12.
Muscle cramps or tenderness.13.
Pounding in your chest or back.14.
A bad feeling in your throat.15.
A fever of more than 104 degreesFever is a normal part of your body’s natural response to illness.
But if you experience symptoms of brown, white, or yellow fever, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, or difficulty breathing, your body is going to react.
Symptoms of brown fever include:1.
Feeling very cold or hot, and having trouble breathing.2.
Puffing in your ears, nose, or throat.3.
Thirsty, clammy feeling in the mouth.4.
A little or no appetite.5.
A slight swelling in the face or feet that doesn’t show.6,7.
A very cold feeling in or around the skin.8,9.
Weak or clammy hands.10,11.
A change in the smell or taste.12,13.
Aching in your neck or back, sometimes feeling tight.14,15.
Paresthesias (painful, burning or throbbing) of the legs, arms, or feet, and aching or tightness in the legs.16,17.
Cramps in your lower legs.18.
A sharp pain in your right knee.19.
Severe abdominal pain.20.
A burning sensation in the palms of your hands.22.
Fever in your legs.23.
Pain in your feet.24.
Fever or swelling of your ankles.25.
The sensation that something is sticking out of you or you feel a burning sensation on your fingers or toes.26.
A sudden loss of appetite or hunger.27.
A severe burning sensation.28.
A strange, intense burning sensation when you touch your eyes.29.
The feeling that something has stuck to your face or ears.30.
Weak, flaky skin or a very dry feeling in areas where the skin has been exposed to the sun.31.
Seizures or confusion.32.
Weak muscles, such in the arms or legs.34.
A stiff, painful, clamgy feeling in an area of your throat where your throat meets your lips.35.
A hard, throbbing feeling in a small area of the back of your neck, chest, or back of the neck.36.
A twitching feeling on your hands, arms or feet or in a muscle in your back.37.
A rash that looks like a red rash around the edge of your nose.38.
A mild swelling in or near your eyes or throat or a swelling that looks more like a bruise.39.
Weak muscle tone, like a slight limp or a tingles in the back or shoulders.40.
A persistent, burning feeling in any part of the body.41.
Weak blood circulation in or under the skin, such that you may feel lightheaded or dizzy.42.
A loss of muscle tone in your face, neck, hands, feet, or legs, or a change in your posture.43.
Bloating or aching in the stomach.44.
Feeling tired or weak, such a feeling as being tired or sleepy, and feeling lightheaded.45.
A rapid loss of weight.46.