I woke up cold this morning, and a couple of times (briefly) during the night. This means that something i consumed YESTERDAY was deleterious to my well-being. I'm lucky that i have a promptly-responsive barometer, because those who have problems that take awhile to be observed have a much harder time figuring out what went wrong.
What i ate yesterday: black coffee, important supplements, the last serving of Fat Fast Cookbook cheese-broccoli soup (the first time i had no problem on a larger bowlful, so i exonerate it), swiss cheese and pork rinds (similar side-comment), one small Campari-and-soda (ditto), 6 oz. chardonnay (ditto), and the condemned-by-elimination leftover-pork-roast-based chow mein i made! It contained the coconut oil i cooked it all in, a minuscule amount of konjac flour (the stuff shirataki noodles are made of) to thicken, meat and natural broth, a little shallot, a little canned mushroom, moderate amounts of celery and canned bean sprout, and the largest vegetable component, my half of the small can of bamboo shoots i shredded to make the "noodle bed."
Insignificant quantities of carbs, as you see! Can't blame the rice because i didn't have any. Not likely the shallot or celery as i seem to find them non-toxic. I've had the same brand of mushroom recently, and they're from the same cartonful of cans, so that too is unlikely. Only suspects, the histaminic buildup of the meat, or the MULTIPLE GOITROGENIC COMPOUNDING of the bean sprouts and bamboo shoots.
Even eating tiny quantities of certain questionable foods can gang up together to give a sensitive person problems! Now, imagine that your doctor is trying to help you determine how much your dosage of exogenous thyroid hormone should be, and you're eating a mixed diet of all sorts of things that affect your native output...! No wonder it can be such a battle and such a puzzle.
What i DIDN'T eat yesterday, now -- ruminant meat that i know makes me feel GOOD...