Soza, are you sensitive to the whole range of B vitamins? Just wondering because meats are heavily fortified vitamin B products
and they are more difficult to digest than carbohydrates.
It could easily be a fungi--atmospheric molds, particularly. You might wish to be tested for some of the more common molds. Since you're sensitive to sugar, it could also be a yeast sensitivity. Anything ending in "ose" means sugar. You must wonder how many there are that can be bothersome, allergically speaking.
If it continues, I wouldn't give up on trying to find an allergist who tests for foods, particularly meats.
How's your hydrochloric acid status? Do you digest foods easily? If you are over forty, one writer suggests that everyone over that age should be using a Betaine hydrochloride supplement since everyone begins to have reduced stomach acid after about
40 years of age.
In addition, another writer suggests that food intolerances aren't so much what we eat that is the problem; it's that we don't digest it all completely. Therein is the problem, assumedly.
Do you have sinus infections often? (another cue to food sensitivities or intolerances) Milk and all cheese are two of the more common ones that folks have a sensitivity to. I would suggest trying Lactaid when you ingest milk or cheese and see if that helps at all. Sometimes it works for us if we have food sensitivities. (A sugar sensitivity indicates that you might be sensitive to the lactose --another sugar-- in milk.
It really is a search you have to go through if you can't get an allergist who will check for foods. My ear,nose,and throat specialist does it by drawing blood and having a lab do the growth factor on the allergen. If you can't get an allergist, try an ENT specialist.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 3/29/2012 1:13:17 AM (GMT-6)