Ice Cream Chemical Link to Sinus Infections

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Posted by Janet (Sale Australia) on 07/15/2005
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Was very interested in sinus attacks after ice cream, I suffer terrible sinus & it has just occured to me that more so when I eat ice cream, for a while there I would eat it every night after my main meal. i am going to try the apple cider, as I quite often go through 1-2 pkts of sinus tabs a week & it can't be any good for me. Also I am a great believer in colloidal silver, since taking it I have hardly had a cold & if I get the early signs of a cold it doesn't turn into a cold.


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Posted by Sandra (Ravenel SC) on 03/20/2005
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me and my friend went to baskin robins thursday night and friday the next day were on antibiotics for a sinus infection.


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Posted by Demetrius (St. Louis) on 08/27/2005
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I recently was in Malaysia, and I ate two big scopes of Baskin Robbins cherry's gracia ice cream. The week and a half before I felt fine, but the last few days there I suddenly became ill. I had not been sick in years. I originally thought it was because that was my first time in another country, but why didn't I get sick after only a few days. I developed flu like symptoms after 24 hours of eating the ice cream.


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Posted by Josh (Schaumburg) on 08/26/2005
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I haven't had ice cream in years, had ice cream the last three days in a row from Mcdonalds and today I have the biggest meanest sinus infection of all time.


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Posted by Rich (USA) on 10/22/2005
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Every time I drink a Baskin Robbins Chocolate milk Shake, I come down with a Sinus infection and flu like symptoms. (chills, headache). Usually within twenty four hours. I never realized it was the shake until now.


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Posted by Mona (Salt Lake City) on 10/10/2005
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Dreyer's Rocky Road Ice Cream is the cause of my sinus infection. I ate too much of it last year and the symptoms worsen every time I eat it. Of course, I've toned it down quite a bit. Thanks for the natural remedies suggested.


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Posted by Christina (Corning) on 10/05/2005
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wow ...I never knew there was a link between the Baskin Robbins ice cream and sinus infections. I thought it was only me. Every time I have a decaf cappuccino blast my throat gets really sore and scratchy and I am sick for several days. I had one the other day too and now I have a horrible sinus infection my face hurts sooo bad and I can't wait for the antibiotics to start working.


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Posted by James (Salem) on 10/05/2005
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I ate some GOLD MEDAL RIBBON at a Baskin Robbins and came down with a sinus infection shortly after. I was searching the net and came across this site,,,,,weird stuff, i tell ya.


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Posted by Chris (Bolivar, MO) on 01/17/2006
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I have been a big dairy products consumer for years. I always liked to drink milk (and sometimes milk shakes) before going to bed as it would help settle my stomach. However, over the past 10 or more years, I had started to come down with sinus infections from time to time. Instead of going to the doctor for the usual medication, I decided to see if there was anything in the way of natural cures that might help. After seeing this site, I am consuming less dairy products (especially ice cream)...and I have noticed a difference. I'm also going to try the ACV.


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Posted by Jennifer (Buffalo) on 01/05/2006
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A couple of weeks ago, I started "milking my diet" as advertised on TV. I was drinking 24 oz. of milk every 24 hours, and I developed a serious sinus infection. Went to the Doctors, and was put on antibiotics, which really didn't help. I started feeling better after about 3 weeks, and decided to start up my diet and exercise regimen again, which included drinking the 24 ounces of milk again. Sure as the sky is blue, I am suffering from another sinus infection. Apple cider vinegar and lots of water has helped but I know now that the excessive amounts of dairy are inducing my symptoms and will discontinue drinking that much of any dairy products.


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Posted by Gabrielle (San Bruno, CA) on 01/06/2006
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I had a root beer float a couple of hours ago and although I have been suffering from a sinus infection for a few days, all of my symptoms just got a LOT worse. There HAS to be a connection!


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Posted by Sharon (Chicago) on 02/03/2006
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This is unbelievable, ice cream and sinus infections. Who would have thought. I had a vanilla ice cream from McDonald's on yesterday. To my surprise, I wake up this morning with sinus pressure and body aches. This is so unreal. Thanks for the site.


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Posted by Krista (Rock Falls IL) on 01/31/2006
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I just had a mocho blast from baskin robbins on saturday, and within hours had severe headache, acidy stomach and diaria, and was very nauseated. It is now tuesday, and I still have acidy stomache, and can't eat. I have just a little sinus pressure, but it could be a possible link. I don't live by baskin robbins, but somehow get sick from it when there.


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Posted by Darrel (Washington, DC) on 01/17/2006
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I had been dealing with a sinus infection for about 10 days and on the 10th day of treatment I had some ice-cream and I immediately was sick all over again. I felt worse than I had when I was first diagnosis 10 days prior. Now, I feel as if I have to start all over again. This is not an easy ailment to deal with and I often what is the cure. The ice-cream was Breyers and not Baskin Robbins so I'm wondering if any and all ice-cream can cause the relapse of a sinus infection.


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Posted by Katie (Corpus Christi, TX) on 02/10/2006
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This is so weird... after logging on and looking for a home remedy for sinus infections, I stumbled onto the Dairy Queen area theory! I had a Heath Blizzard on Sunday and on Monday evening had a sore throat, cough, and congestion that is still with me 4 days later. I can live without ice cream if that's all it takes to avoid sinus infections! Thanks!!



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