Has This Ever Happened To Anybody?

Last night after dinner I started to get some body chills and just relaxed and watched some tv, but it got progressively worse and by the time I was going to bed I had full body aches.  Exactly the same feeling as if a flu was coming on.  Other than the obvious answer that maybe it is the flu, has this happened to any of you?  From the small amount of research I did, could it be hypoglycemia?  Thanks.  I slept 7 hours and feel a lot better this morning.


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  • What did you have for dinner? Lunch? Breakfast? Sups? Herx reactions can mimic the flu almost exactly but it's too big of a jump to make that hypothesis with the information presented.


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  • What did you have for dinner? Lunch? Breakfast? Sups? Herx reactions can mimic the flu almost exactly but it's too big of a jump to make that hypothesis with the information presented.




     


    Breakfast:  BPC


    Lunch:  small protein bites, dark chocolate, avocado, cauliflower pizza, carrots, 1 egg


    Dinner: Leftover cauliflower pizza, burger patty, mct oil, mixed salad with ranch dressing


    Evening snack:  Thin low carb tortilla quesadilla with sour cream

  • Total carb count was 51g.  166g fat.  75g protein


  • edited February 2016

    supplements:


    fish oil


    coq10


    multivitamin


    potassium


    gaba 


    selenium


    lysine


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    B complex


    probiotic


    resveratrol


    milk thistle


    spirulina/chlorella


    choline


    piracetam


  • When did you take the probiotic and did you take anything else with it?


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  • Possibly too much ACh. Probably from the caffeine, piracetam, and choline.




  • When did you take the probiotic and did you take anything else with it?




     


    I normally take the supplements all at the same time.  I will cut back on the caffeine :)

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