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Hi all,

I came across this article the other day, https://www.mcleanclinic.com/blog/excessive-sweating/seven-foods-and-beverages-that-cause-excessive-sweating/.

We all sweat, isn’t it? Sweating releases toxins and is a way for our body to cool us down. However, there’s a big difference from the perspiration that accumulates after a full workout and the sweating that happens when you eat a supersized meal from a fast food restaurant.

 

And it is necessary that you do not sweat because of the some of the food items we eat.

Caffeinated drinks, alcohol, High fat milk, Modified spicy foods, and processed food are some of the items that cause excessive sweating. Consumption of too much salt is also not good for our body.

We all sweat but by reducing the amount of the foods we consume, we won’t have to change our shirts after every meal.

So, did you know these facts? Anything to add?

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I'm MtF and I sweat much less than before when I was on T alone.  I was aware spicy foods would do it but wasn't aware of high fat milk and caffeine.  Interesting.

 

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