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You commented that meat was normally your only problem with respect to the gastroparesis. It's a bit of a jump, but it could be that the fat in many meats is actually the controlling factor. The peanut butter cups that you ate also are a high fat item and may have contributed to problems with carb metabolism. It's also possible that the gastroparesis is changing a bit. Exercise definitely affects me differently than it did before my current "challenges" with gastroparesis. Hang in there, life is still good even when it's a little cloudy.
Speaking of exercise, I had my first workout without ketones since the pump yesterday - not even in the middle of the night. Yeah!! I kept my heart rate down to ~ 85% of max, so I didn't get the endorphins that I am a bit addicted to, but I didn't get sick either. I was still quite nauseated by late afternoon, but there's Zofran for that. I was close to giving up, thanks to another member I decided to go with what I would have called a wimp workout before.
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