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Old 12-28-07, 09:56 PM
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Problems with onions???

OK, this sounds weird, but when I eat anything that contains RAW onions I get super-sleepy (like it's going to rain). I have to pick onions off of burgers and such, to avoid crashing in the middle of the day. When onions are fully cooked (sauteed/fried) then I don't feel so bad afterwards. This probably doesn't relate to ADD but it might. It could be that onions make me dehydrated, but why doesn't everybody get tired from eating them? Has anybody else noticed this?
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