Ice Cream Chemical Link to Sinus Infections

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Posted by Anonymous (St. Louis, MS)
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I started drinking milk shakes one time as a possible alternative to beer and sodas. I had quit drinking but needed and craved a high dose of sugar. Not to long afterwards, I developed a sinus infection afterwards and since have had nasal polyps since.


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Posted by Sonja (Ardmore)
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I am totally amazed, I woke up this morning with a stuffy nose and a lot of sinus pressure. I took my daughter to BRAUMS yesterday for a mother/daughter thing, and now I am sick.


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Posted by Anonymous (USA)
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I too came down with a nasty sinus infection w/in 24 hours of eating 1/2 serving of a small dairy queen Blizzard--I haven't been to fast-food place in years but I had a sore throat and thought an ice cream would be a treat for my throat!


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Posted by Lau (Huntington, NY)
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I had Baskin Robbins on Sat and a sinus infection 2 days later. Interesting.


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Posted by John (Coventry, RI)
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I was bad yesterday and this morning and had some Edy's Ice Cream and am now suffering from a sinus headache. It could just be a coincidence, but I'm gonna watch out in the future.


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Posted by Kamala (Hampsire)
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I have suffered severe sinusitis attacks for a number of years particularly after the birth of my second child. i have sometimes wondered whether eating desserts with custard have caused some of the terrible attacks I have suffered. Now that I have read about some of the ice-cream related problems by others I feel that there must be a link. On many an occasion I have woken up with pain around my eyes following an evening on which I have eaten custard. I am definitely going to try the apple cider vinegar treatment.


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Posted by Wendy (USA)
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Hi, I Live in Westchester County, NY. The pollen count is always very high from April to October. Aside from allergy season, I have found - through my personal experiences - that all dairy products consumed do cause a number of mucous producing problems. Eat a couple scoops of any ice cream and you're going to wake up the next day with a mucous overgrowth either in your sinuses, lungs or throat. Dairy is not good for adults to consume, period. FYI - I stopped using dairy in my diet 2 years ago because of the mucous build-up and sinus infections, and not only have I lost over 60 lbs, but I no longer have that thick, greenish-yellow mucous to look forward to after eating an ice cream cone!


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Posted by Katy (Plymouth)
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Well, this is too weird. I have been searching online this whole weekend for a cure to my sudden and extreme pain in my head, teeth and sinuses, and I am shocked to read this since it started minutes after eating a large bowl of a premium store ice cream. Now I can't eat at all since my teeth hurt so badly, especially on one side into my ear. My head hurts and although I do not have a stuffy nose, I can tell that it is sinus related since when I lay down the pain increases, especially in particular positions. I have had sinus headaches and infections before due to allergies, but nothing like this!! No more ice cream for me when my seasonal allergies start!


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Posted by Wayne (Lakeland, FL)
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I was sooo relieved to read your article. I have had serious sinus infections for years. I have trouble getting rid of them, and I have been to many doctors including specialists. A few years ago I noticed a connection with ice cream. The doctors said it was a coincidence? It isn't. I have run several tests and it IS caused by ice cream. In my case, any brand. I am also a professional singer, and I have mucous problems that make it very difficult to sing. I hope the information you have here helps me.


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Posted by Anne Marie (New Milford)
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My step father's birthday was a few days ago and I ate a baskin robbins cake and for the first time in my life I got a sinus infection and I don't have money to go to the doctors. To find that some ice creams are poison to the body makes me really mad.


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Posted by Perry (Madison, WI)
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Oh my goodness...! I had a bowl of Black Walnut from Baskin Robins. I have the worst sinus infection ever. I am barely breathing.


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Posted by Jason (Milwaukee, WI)
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I ate McDonald's ice cream on Monday and started having symptoms (that I remember) on Thursday. I am not sure if this would be related, but I haven't eaten McDonald's ice cream in years.


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Posted by Jennifer (Reno, NV)
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I had no idea these two things are linked, however I had Baskin Robbins ice cream yesterday morning and today I have a sinus infection. I am 29 years old and this is my third sinus infection of my life.


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Posted by Joan (San Francisco)
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When I eat Baskin Robbins Jamoca Almond fudge I break out in a rash over most of my body, this is also accompanied with an itchy throat and ears. My sinus' get congested too. When I eat Breyers (all natural ice cream) I don't have this problem.


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Posted by Molly (Longview, TX)
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Wanted to let you know I had a similar icecream/sinus infection incident. We rarely get ice cream, maybe twice a year or so tops. This time it was Dreyers Rocky Road and I came down with a sinus infection within 48 hours of eating a coffee cup full.



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