I just Googled “why do I feel cold after eating” because I don’t have enough diagnosed health problems already. Honestly, how did we survive as a species before the internet? Everybody must have been just walking around with low blood pressure and gluten intolerances, with no idea that anything was even wrong. Madness, I tell you.
As much as I love (correctly) diagnosing my problems without having to deal with doctors, I’ve got to wonder what my life would be like if I was either completely oblivious to my issues or had them evaluated by a real and educated human being. The internet is making me both lazy and over-informed, with a dash of hypochondria thrown in. It’s also given me far too many tools to back up my smart-ass, know-it-all personality with. Didn’t you know? I am always right.
Cliff-hanger alert! I probably feel cold after eating because of either low or high blood pressure, low iron, or the bubonic plague. The suggested solution is to eat a “ginger pickle” before meals, which isn’t even really a pickle and sounds absolutely disgusting so no thank you, ask.com.