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Can blackberries cause diarrhea?

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Yes, it has been found that diarrhea can be caused by a food allergy to blackberries. Eating blackberries can cause allergies and inflammation in the intestines, which, in turn, can cause stomach cramps and discomfort. Blackberries can also cause vomiting and nausea as a result of dehydration in the body.

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No I dont think so!!

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Everything should be eat in a limit, it wil not harm you

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I usually do a lot of reasearch on foods before adding them to my diet. I read in one of the research papers that blackberries have a chemical (salicylates) that is similar to aspirin. I am very sensitive to a lot of medications including aspirin and therefore, I don’t eat blackberries too. It is said that this chemical in blackberry can result in diarrhea for those sensitive to salicylates.

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I am freaking allergic to this fruit…. While I know that my digestive system is a bit too sentitive and I cannot really digest some foods.. Man this fruit has some superpowers to ruin my system. Hours within I ate this fruit I started to get motions, vomitting and nausea… Like seriously! It was pathetic.. since then I haven’t even touched this food.. God I hope this doesn’t happen to anyone.. Everyone in my family enjoys eating this except me.. :/

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