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    I never noticed any intolerances.

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    I've been lucky with my boys aside from caffeine, but a friend had to cut out a lot of vegies including broccoli and cauliflower.

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    My DS, nothing bothered him. My DD refused to feed for 12 hours after I had Indian. I tried it a couple of times to make sure it was that, but unfortunately it was. It was a long 9 months or so without my favourite take away

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    I had to cut out chocolate and coffee and cut right back on dairy, onions, and garlic.

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    My DD gets bad gas from too much garlic, dairy, legumes & windy veges like cauliflower, broccoli. A little seems ok, but a lot gives me a very unhappy baby! Cauliflower & blue cheese soup = bad day for baby 😋. Thank goodness chocolate doesn't seem to bother her too much or I would feel very deprived.

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    I agree with Renn. We eat spicy food most days (plenty of onion, garlic and chilli) and DD has been EBF and is fine. And now at 13 mths she eats pretty much the same spicy food as us, even with chilli. It's not like 10/10 spicy, but perhaps nandos mild level (no idea how else to describe!) Just like bubblesk's bub, my DD won't eat bland food at all.

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    No it did not, and although my MIL delighted in trying to tell me that my diet was the reason DS was unsettled, my question was always, what about the millions of babies in India, Thailand and other countries that have a diet based on spices do?

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    Yes. And I think garlic could do it. I avoid chocolate bananas and apples.

    Eta: those foods seem to cause reflux and/or gas. However we can eat as much broccoli as we like haha

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    Chocolate and onions definitely upset ds.
    Cooked tomatoes and garlic I think did also but I can eat it now he's a bit older.

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