I have been having a smoothie daily for a week to change up my eggs and bacon routine.Its delicious and satisfying but after drinking it I have to go to the bathroom immediately. It includes 1 cup of spinach 3/8 cup of macadamia nuts 1/3-1/2 cup of coconut milk shredded, unsweetened coconut A couple of tsp of avocodo A couple of pastured eggs Alcohol free vanilla extract And some coconut oil occasionally. The stomach ache happens like two minutes after drinking it but after going to the bathroom goes away (loose stools).
Where are you sourcing your coconut milk from?
Carton coconut milk gives me the OMGPOOPNOW Syndrome (OPNS).
Uncooked canned coconut milk does the same, if it's in any major quantity (over 1/2 cup).
Both usually contain considerable amounts of non-Paleo ingredient nasties.
For some reason, I can lay waste to a large pot of curry with a whole can of coconut milk simmered in it and I don't get the issue - but if I just pop a can open and try to make a smoothie with it, I better include some reading material.
Because of this - I gave up drinking smooties altogether. When I eat breakfast, I eat breakfast - usually bacon, eggs, and fresh raw tomatoes.
Maybe all of that coconut oil, milk, avocado and raw egg is like drinking lubricant? You're drinking a fat bomb without enough whole foods to slow it down. Have you tried drinking that along with your bacon and eggs?
It sounds like you have waaay too much coconut in there! Cut that smoothie right in half and then see what happens. I'd be interested to know what, if anything happens differently.
I am a huge fan of smoothies as a lot of you know but they are usually not an entire meal. I make all of mine in a tiny, 20 oz blender. They are usually 12-18 oz and almost always contain water, coconut water, kombucha or coffee.
Sure, I enjoy my 800 calorie smoothies with TONS of fat sometimes but it does not necessarily mean that I feel awesome after it.
Sub some of that fat for carbs like fruit (bananas are best!) or just cut it in half!
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