Digestive Issues

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So two years ago I started a low carb diet. At the same time I started eating a TON of watermelon to curb my sweet tooth( one whole melon per day). I started being fatigued and had bad reflux which sometimes I can feel in my neck and ears. My symptoms seem to get better when I eliminate sugar for a couple days  but then my symptoms come back when I start eating fruit again. Could excessive fruit really be at the root of my gut issues? 

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    It could.... Sounds like ibs trigged by certain fruit....but let me ask you..

    Did you try blueberries, kiwi?

    Btw are you sensitive to sugar..i mean in general?

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      THanks no I haven’t tried other fruits except bananas and I don’t tolerate them well at all. I seem to do fine with cake and occasional sweets. Milk also doesn’t bother me it seems.
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    A whole melon is a lot for one person.  Cut right down on your fruit intake and see if that helps.
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