Our expert says:
Dear Aloe Vera
I have not heard that any specific foods can cause panic attacks unless there is a very negative connotation with a given food. For example, let's say you are scared of vomiting and have vomited once in the past when you are a specific food. Seeing that food would then in future make you feel panicky. The pH of the body should not affect how you react to foods. I hope that you are seeing a clinical psychologist or psychiatrist for the panic attacks so that you can determine what underlying fear is causing them.
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