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Red wine vs white wine

Aghu
Aghu
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Hi,

Do you see any reason why white wine throws me off quite a bit ( a glass of it and causes loose motion next day, not long lasting but obvious impact every time), while red wine is just fine ( a glass consistently every day without any harm).

Again, the underlying reason can be cancer related rather than gluten damaged gut or food sensitivities but still so weird.

Anyone who has had the same experience?

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pvanderaa

Does it happen to be french white wine? The traditional method in france to clarify wine is to mix in a flour mix that captures the cloudiness and settles it to the bottom. Side effect is that some gluten is left behind.

Modern french methods don’t do this.

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Aghu
Aghu
in reply to pvanderaa

It’s a produce of new zealand. Contains milk products such as the red wine. I’m not that sensitive to milk products either. Perhaps i need to look somewhere else for the culprit and try it again (There was one more suspect actually, so i’ll write another topic for it)

Thank you

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pvanderaa
pvanderaa
in reply to Aghu

For me, the casein protein in milk, which is similar to the gluten protein, causes lots of smelly wind and loose stools about 6 hours later. Then brain fog 24 hours later and it is like my gut gets paralyzed as I then get constipated.

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Aghu
Aghu
in reply to pvanderaa

That’s what used to happen to me before i cut off gluten. I’ve never heard these symptoms from anyone else before. It made me think i might actually not be cancer but just going through some food tolerances.

Red wine i’ve consumed days in a row and didn’t do any harm has that milk solids and all too. It can only be that white wine has more and as much as i can’t tolerate perhaps. Small amounts are ok for me, i know that for a fact because i eat cheese(tasty cheese in small amounts)

Thank you

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pvanderaa
pvanderaa
in reply to Aghu

I don’t understand why you say that wine has milk solids in it. Is it some sort of mixed drink?

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Aghu
Aghu
in reply to pvanderaa

I need to correct that, sorry. What it says is ‘Produced with milk products. Traces may remain’.

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Shamrocks
Shamrocks
in reply to Aghu

White wine contains a lot more sulphites a damaged gut can be susceptible to them.

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Penel

If you drink too much of any sort of wine you run the chance of damaging your stomach lining. Some people also react badly to the sulphides in wine.

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jdine1969

I feel more odd effects with red wine. I assume because it has more sulfates? White wine is fine with me though.

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BabsyWabsy

Me too. Red wine goes straight through, but white is fine. Anything with anthocyanin sets me off.

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Shamrocks
Shamrocks
in reply to jdine1969

White wine contains more sulphites

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Ukbusybee

Could you be intolerant to yeast? I think white wine is much more laden with it than red. I have to watch out for wines, especially Australian ones, since they often contain milk or egg proteins (both of which I’m intolerant to, along with wheat and gluten)!

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Aghu

Maybe. I kept drinking reds regularly and they’re just fine. Surprising to see there are others for whom red or white makes a difference. Even if the other way around.

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Rmichelle

There is a debate on whether wines are actually gf? It's one of them discussions is it or isn't it?? Apparently it depends on the process of distilling the wine on whether the wines are kept in some sort of barrels that are coated in a wheat paste etc...this is what you have to find out? I used to drink red wine but always suffered later, tea total now. As it's alot of trouble finding out how companys are distilling their produce, baileys hace brought out a gf and lactose almond drink which they say is glutenfree but they will not disclose if they use wheat and barley in the distilling process? Good luck.🎄⛄⭐

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