after eating chicken I seem to get a tingling sensation in my hands and face, why?

Bobby Asked: after eating chicken I seem to get a tingling sensation in my hands and face, why?

after eating Oscar Mayer deli-fresh chicken I seem to get a tingling sensation in my hands and face..is this caused by a preservative chemical? I've been dating a lactovo vegetarian and for the past year really have not eaten much meat. This is the strangest feeling.

Answers:

CocaCola Answered:
Your body may not be used to the product and this could be an allergic reaction, like itchiness and swelling.



anish dangol Answered:
Well… if u eat vegetarian and exercise. you will lose weight



lomcg Answered:
It is no different from any other way of eating – a vegan diet, a diet that includes meat, etc – in that respect. Eat too much, move too little – and you'll gain weight. Eat too little – you'll lose it.

There are vegetarians of all shapes and sizes – from morbidly obese to much too skinny.



CK Answered:
Weight gain depends on the amount of calories you consume in relation to the amount of calories you burn. You can gain, lose, or maintain your weight as a vegetarian, depending on how healthily you eat. Potato chips, chocolate chip cookies and ice cream are vegetarian foods, remember. You have to be careful on any diet.



Sam Spayed Answered:
neither of those diets makes you do any of those things. its a matter of whether you are eating healthy. when you are a vegetarian, you dont gain weight unless you are eating junk food or eat way too much all the time. you should have a meal plan. part of it needs to include some kind of protein. theres protein in nuts, peanut butter, quinoa, spaghetti, tofu, veggie burgers, and other soy products. salads are really healthy too. good luck!



Madison Answered:
It definitely made me lose weight.I think it was a combination of… paying more attention to what I put into my body and eating healthier, consuming less calories each day, sleeping better at night (without meat, I swear) so being more willing to exercise and go for walks during the day.

I never felt healthier than when I switched to a veggie diet.

All the best with it. Congratulations on deciding to become a vegetarian 🙂



Penny Answered:
It doesn't matter what kind of diet you are on – vegetarian, vegan, raw vegan, fruitarian, pescetarian, strict carnivore, complete omnivore, whatever. If you want to lose weight, you eat less calories/kilojoules than you burn. If you want to put on weight, you eat more calories/kilojoules than you burn. Simple as that. Not losing weight? Eat a bit less, or exercise more. Becoming vegetarian doesn't "make" you lose weight, nor does it "make" you put on weight. Whatever you decide to do, eat sensibly. Don't be one of those people who becomes a vegetarian without first doing a bit of research, then gets sick because they aren't eating right, and goes back to being a non-vegetarian, claiming that being a vegetarian was what made them sick (when it was really their own laziness). I've been a vegetarian for 35 years and I can tell you for a fact that it hasn't made me sick. Also it hasn't made me put on weight, nor lose weight. I have sometimes put on weight through overeating and underexercising, but I have that well under control at the moment. It all comes down to will-power – or rather "won't-power".



oodooeganomics Answered:
if youget more vegetarian then it obviously gain weight if you get normal as you need then it will maintain.and it is healthy too



Prabin Pradhan Answered:
I was non-veg then i gained weight so i became a veg, I gained weight further.
Weight gain has nothing to do with Veg and Non-Veg etc
Veg is better..



Priya Answered:
it depends upon the vegetable u eat and how, just eat healthy vegetables



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