No Nightshade diet

Nightshades are plants that come from the botanical family Solanaceae.

Some find eating nightshades can make their heartburn or inflammation worse. Nightshades contain many chemical components that may be irritating for some. They can be a concern for people who are allergic to or sensitive to a chemical called solanine, commonly found in nightshades but also in other foods unrelated to nightshades.

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About This Diet

Common edible nightshades that are restricted include potato, tomato, eggplant, peppers and their derivative foods and spices.

The template here only excludes nightshades, NOT all solanine-containing foods.

Solanine is also found in non-nightshade foods such as blueberries, apples, cherries, beets, huckleberries, okra and artichokes.

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