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What foods to avoid during a shingles outbreak?
Foods to avoid during a shingles outbreak include: * Chocolate * Red wine * Peanuts * Cola * Coffee & tea * Sugar * Most nuts * Gelatine * Beer * Peas * Carob * Chick peas * Soya beans * Wheat * Coconut * Tomatoes * Mushrooms * Eggplant * Sesame and sunflower seeds * Brown rice * Oatmeal * PopcornThese foods will aggravate the shingles virus and cause a prolonged response to it.


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