Got my first allergy test and I'm allergic to EVERYTHING! Now what?!?

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MMMouse
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   Posted 1/20/2014 10:18 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi y'all...

This is my very first forum ever, lol. It's a long story, but I do want to cover all the basics, so please bare with me. Here it goes...
I just got my very first allergy test done and surprise, surprise I'm allergic to just about everything.
I've never experienced any big allergies my whole life and then a few years ago I started slowly to develop seasonal allergies. It got progressively worse with every year and then last year I was diagnosed with allergic asthma.
I've also been suffering from some redness in my face that started in my very late 20's almost 30 (I'm now about to turn 36) and the whole time I've been thinking that it was a case or rosecea. Until then I always had very nice skin and always got complimented on it.
When I was diagnosed with allergic asthma my doctor also put me on a 5 day treatment of prednisone and my skin almost cleared up completely!
Now that was a big surprise!! After that I knew that my skin problem was allergy related and that's why no rosecea creams helped at all. It took me another year to finally be able to get tested and expecting confirmation on grass and dust allergies, I also expected some other airborne pollen allergies.
Here came my complete and utter shock surprise... I'm allergic to SO MUCH food, it's scary!! (And I only had the basic panel done thus far).
I'm allergic to any kind of protein (meats, fish, dairy, egg, whole wheat, soy bean) even corn, banana, strawberry, chocolate, peanuts, tomato and so on... In other words everything I grew up eating and been eating all my life.
Now, none of it will kill me (food wise), but I still have to go cold turkey now to figure out what bothers me the most.

Here is the tricky part that I need help with. If I can't eat any kind of protein (meats, fish, milk, egg) and I'm also allergic to corn, whole wheat and soy bean, what am I left with??
I guess I'm asking... What can I eat (other than rice and potatoes)? I'm like a step down from a vegan... Lol.

I now this was a very long threat (especially for my first, lol), but does anybody out there have any experience with this or any suggestions?

Thanks a bunch!! turn

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   Posted 1/21/2014 3:25 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi MMMouse,

I hope I can be of help to you. I am also allergic to a lot. With foods, I am allergic to some and sensitive to many.

I've found that allergies are cumulative, the more you're exposed to the worse your reaction will be. So try to make sure your environment is healthy and you're eating a healthy diet.

When I suffered with year round allergies for years when before it had just been hay fever, I discovered taking nutritional supplements strengthened my immune system enough where I didn't get frequent cold symptoms due to my allergies year round. But I also have to watch what I expose myself to like dust, mold, pets….

When it comes to food, my diet is limited but it's healthy. I would recommend that you not one-hundred percent trust an allergy test but try the ones you've been tested as being allergic to, one at a time and see how you react. That's what I do.

For proteins I do ground turkey, fish, and chicken, I can do most fruits (not citrus fruits) and vegetables but not peppers. I can't do acidic things like vinegars and I stay away from sugar and caffeine.

I also do almond milk and I drink plenty of water. Let us know how you're doing.

Good luck.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.

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Alcie
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   Posted 1/21/2014 7:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Welcome, MMM, to the forum.

Some tests are not highly accurate, so it behooves us to use common sense. Skin tests are more accurate, and mine showed only a few seasonal pollens and danders, which I knew about just from seasonal symptoms. I get allergy shots for those and have no symptoms now.

The blood tests showed I was allergic to peanuts, which give me no trouble.

I also have chemical sensitivities, for which there are practically no standardized tests. My allergist had me keep a good food journal (see many posts on this forum), which helped us identify the foods containing the symptom triggers.

I had already figured out lactose intolerance. That one is easily taken care of with lactose-free milk or not-so-easily with lactase tablets (at least 4 before consuming ice cream).

There are two main ways of figuring out food intolerances: 1. going on a strictly hypoallergenic diet and adding foods one at a time, or 2. eating regular foods and removing ones that cause a reaction, one at a time. I much prefer way #2. It takes so long with the first option you could starve.

With simple intolerances you can go a step further and do a "challenge test." This is described in a number of posts also.

Best wishes.

MMMouse
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   Posted 1/21/2014 7:58 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi almost medfree...

Thank you for your kind words =)
With my food allergies and sensitivities, I'm doing exactly that right now. This is where it becomes hard and where I was looking for some suggestions I guess.
Since none of my food allergies are life threatening, it becomes a real challenge now to figure out what exactly it is that gives me the outbreak/rash in my face. I'm going cold turkey right now for at least the next month before I slowly introduce foods one at a time again. I also have to go back to my doctor and get a more detailed allergy test on just foods.

Now my challenge became that I'm allergic/sensitive to all meets (mostly chicken, but also beef, pork and fish) and also cow milk, eggs, corn and soy bean... That doesn't really leave me with anything. To make the matter worse, yeast is also one of them.
I've incountered, on my Whole Foods shopping trip yesterday, that whenever I got excited about a "gluten-free" or "soy-free" product, then most the time they sneak in one or the other (corn starch, soybean oil or yeast).
As of now I've been eating only rice and vegetables for dinner and I did find some purely rice products (like rice cereal, rice milk and some crackers), but I'm afraid that is going to get pretty old real quick.
My joke became this ladder of dietary... First you have the Organics, then Celiac, then Veggetariens, then Vegans and then ME... lol.

Considering all my limits, do you have any food suggestions for me. This is a whole new world for me!
I do have to say that when I looked at all my shopping yesterday, it's defiantly VERY healthy ;)

I do appreciate any help or suggestions.
Thanks!

MMMouse
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   Posted 1/21/2014 8:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello Alice...

Also to you Thank You for your kind words and encouragement.

I actually had a skin test done (a basic panel of 80) and I expected some pollen allergies and knew that there would be grass and dust (which I got confirmed).
It's all the food allergies that really surprised me (I was positive to 14 of 20) and I'll have to go back now to get a more detailed one just for foods.

The thing is that none of them are life threatening, but something is giving me this outbreak/rash/redness in my face and it's getting progressively worse (it started a little on my left cheek, then more on that side, then it took over the right cheek and now even spread onto my forehead) and coming from someone that used to have very nice skin all my life, this is quiet upsetting and frustrating!
For the longest time I thought that I had developed a case of rosecea, but no creams really seamed to do much.
Only after I was first diagnosed with allergic asthma last year and my doctor put me on prednisone for five days, did I realize that it was allergy related (my skin almost cleared up completely).

I also have very specific food allergies and some of them apparently very rare (yeast, soy bean, corn, cow milk, egg, chicken meat, tomato...). Pretty much everything fun... Lol.
Not to mention stuff I used to eat all my life!
This might sound horrible, but I almost wish I would have had stomach problems instead of a skin rash. That might have helped me figure it out much faster.

I'll just keep of everything that I came out positive for now until I have more details.
Again thanks for your input and kind words =)

MMMouse
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   Posted 1/21/2014 8:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Edit: I'm so sorry!! I misread your name...
I ment Alcie.

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   Posted 1/22/2014 12:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi MMMouse,

Yes, it can be very difficult but also very rewarding to change your diet for the better.

I eat a yeast free bread called Ezekial bread that's made with sprouts. It comes in several varieties, I like the seeded. I eat a avocado every day, that has plenty of protein. I eat seeds like pumpkin seeds and almonds every day for protein. Can you eat beans? They have plenty of protein.

Just make sure you're eating a balanced diet, getting your protein and eating your fruits and vegetables. That's great you have a condition that shows that you've eaten something that doesn't agree with you so you can test what works for you and what doesn't work for you.

By the way, I eat steel cut oatmeal every morning for breakfast with chopped walnuts and cinnamon.

I eat rice every night for supper mixed with sautéed vegetables. This process does become easier with practice.

You might want to be careful about eating any sugar, that's what affects me the most. Doctors don't mention this unless you have a condition like diabetes.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.

Post Edited (almost medfree) : 1/22/2014 12:09:10 PM (GMT-7)


MMMouse
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   Posted 1/22/2014 6:25 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello again almost medfree...

Thanks again for your encouraging words. It helps to hear from people that have the same problem or more experience than me =)
I'm thankful for the bread suggestion and will defiantly try that out.
I'm not sure yet what kind or if even I can eat any beans. I'm trying to get back to my doctor to get a more detailed food test done to cover all my food groups in question.
Like said, it was a basic test (it being my first) and it only covered 20 foods in a 80 prick panel.
I came back allergic to soy beans, strawberries, peanuts, chicken meat, tomatoes... just to name a few. Which now I need to go more into depth of all those food groups.
See, the weird thing is that I've been eating all of those things regularly all my life and until my skin condition, never had any problems with.
As I had told Alcie in my reply, I almost wish I had a bit more severe reaction like stomach pains, because that would make it easier to pin point what it is that I'm reacting to (you know, you eat something and you get a stomach ache, you probably won't eat that again). In my case, it could be ANYTHING.
So it looks like I'm off into a LONG progress of trial and error... Lol.
I'll keep my head up high though... After all, all I gain from this (once I get the hang of it) is hopefully nice clear skin again and I'll lose a few pounds ;)

Thanks again for all your kind suggestions.

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   Posted 1/23/2014 4:35 AM (GMT -7)   
It's strange MMMouse, it's been just in the last year or so that I started noticing how the wrong foods would increase my fibromyalgia pain, a burning sensation in my muscles, cause me to get a stomach ache, and have more trouble sleeping. I didn't put two and two together until I watched JJ Virgin talk on public television about inflammatory foods. She's a nutritionist who's written a book along with doctors.

She strongly suggests that a person stay away from the following seven inflammatory foods for 3 weeks then see if they feel better, then reintroduce the foods one at a time. Some of these foods are included in your list:

Gluten, Peanuts, Soy, Corn, Sugar and artificial sugars, Dairy Products, and Eggs.

When I tried her method I did feel somewhat better and it was amazing when I tried to reintroduce one I would have a reaction. This whole thing isn't foolproof but it's helped me some and it gave me the proof I needed to watch my diet even more.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.

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   Posted 1/23/2014 4:03 PM (GMT -7)   
MMMouse,

I have a hard time finding foods to eat also. It really depends on your tastes.

I read somewhere that Fleishman's margarine is casein free (cow milk protein). I am allergic to casein. I don't know if I am allergic to meats, but I have opted them out recently anyway.

Don't be too disappointed. There are many great recipes out there where you can substitute just about anything. I eat rice, rice noodles and potatoes, but you can mix them with vegetables and herbs to make different dishes (Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indian). Depending on what nuts you are allergic to, you can make a veggie nut loaf or veggie meat balls. Another thing I eat is falafels with hummus. They go nice with Greek salad. I can't eat oats, but oat bran is good. you can make pancakes, muffins etc.

Health food stores are a great source for alternative foods.

Smoothies are good too. I use Joe's shamrock smoothie as a meal replacement. I got it from the movie "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead."

If you find some good recipes, please share!

MMMouse
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   Posted 1/23/2014 7:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks almost medfree...
Right now I'm doing exactly that. I'm sticking to mostly rice, some potatoes and lots if veggie products.
I've been looking around "Whole Foods" (they're very vegetarian and vegan friendly) and for now I'm cutting out anything that includes any sort of whole wheat, soy, yeast, dairy, egg and corn.
I'm getting another food test done this Saturday and hopefully that will widen my options some (beans, maybe some fish, fruits).
Thus far I don't have any stomach pains or problems. Mine is purely skin related.
I'll keep you posted on my test results and I'll go from there.
Wish me luck! ;)

MMMouse
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   Posted 1/23/2014 8:18 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi KittyWobs and welcome...
I'll look into that margarine, but I also got corn on my list and most margerines tend to put in a vegetable blend (including corn oil), so I'm just using olive oil for now since I haven't found any bread yet that's soy, yeast and corn starch free... It's always one or the other.
I did have some nice finds at the "Whole Foods" here... I discovered baked Lentil Chips (which my bf swears taste like pork skins... lol), also crackers from Back To Nature are awesome (Multi-Seeds are my favorites)! Also Calbee Snapea Crips are freaking delicious (but only if you're not allergic to shellfish... They also make a shrimp one).
I LOVE hummus with olives and Greek salads, so I got that going for me.
I haven't adventured into any fancy recipes yet, but if you're looking for a fast dinner, organic Sunshine Burgers are quiet tasty.
Those are my finds for now and once I get more test results to what I can and can not eat, I'll defiantly will share anymore finds and recipes experiences 😉

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   Posted 1/24/2014 3:35 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi MMMouse,

You're welcome. That's nice you have a Whole Foods in your area. I've been doing olive oil too rather than margarine or butter for years.

My favorite chips are Terra sweet potato chips with no corn. And to eat with my guacamole in the morning, Beanito black bean chips also with no corn.

MMMouse, do you watch Dr. Oz? He had a segment on recently that mentioned how unhealthy some of those veggie burgers can be because some of them have too much fat and sodium and extra ingredients. Could you let me know whether the organic Sunshine Burgers appear to be healthy on the label? It would be nice to have something other than turkey patties to eat. Can you eat turkey? I love frying turkey patties in olive oil sprinkled with sage on both sides. Easy and delicious.

I was taught by a very special into the healthy lifestyle person that we should try to eat as clean as possible. Nothing processed. I do try to do this.

Good luck with your testing. Let us know how it goes.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.

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   Posted 1/24/2014 9:29 AM (GMT -7)   
I would suggest a few things. First, take a daily antihistamine like zyrtec to reduce allergic response. Second, consider taking a DAO supplement which will help you digest foods naturally high in histamine. Third, get rid of as many environmental allergy irritants in your home - curtains, carpets and upholstered furniture, maybe even pets. Limiting your exposure to environmental allergies will make it easier for your body to respond in a healthy way to the potential food allergies.

As someone above said, these things are a cumulative problem. So if you're having hay fever during the spring, you are more likely to find that melons, for example, will make your skin problems worse. Keep the seasonal and environmental issues minimized and your food problems will be less of an issue.

Lastly, if you are not having a life-threatening response to these foods, I would like you to consider whether the redness in your face is more or less important than a healthy balanced diet? I suggest that you can eat animal proteins and maybe plant proteins and live with the result quite well.
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   Posted 1/25/2014 3:58 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello almost medfree...
I checked and it appears that these Subshine Burgers are completely natural and they have only 300g of sodium. There's really only 5 ingredients... Organic brown rice, organic sunflower seeds, organic carrots, organic spices and sea salt. I've only tried the original flavor so far, but they also have a Garden Herb flavor, which I'm quiet excited about.
I add a little olive oil, because they're a bit dry, but that worked out quiet nice for dinner yesterday.
I don't know yet about turkey until tomorrow. I'll keep you updated.
I'll look into those chips you mentioned as well. I love guacamole and I'm already stocked on avocados =)
I know of Dr. Oz, but I don't have any cable. I'll see if I can find that episode somewhere.

Thanks again for the insides to a new world. Maybe with some luck and good faith I can broaden my horizon a bit more after tomorrow.

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   Posted 1/25/2014 6:30 AM (GMT -7)   
Good morning MMMouse,

Thanks for the info about the sunshine burgers. They sound pretty good. Can I ask what part of the grocery store are they in? Are they frozen? What color box are they in? Thanks!

What I do to counteract dry food on my plate is to not only cook them in olive oil, I drizzle a little olive oil on the food item on my plate and even my vegetables.

Dr. Oz is on ABC so you should be able to get it without cable. He's usually on in the mid-afternoon and where I live, he's also on around midnight.

Yes, please let me know what your testing comes up with. Is this an allergist who is doing all of this testing for you? He or she sounds like a very knowledgeable doctor.

Have a good day.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.

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   Posted 8/23/2014 3:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello, first let me say this...I hope you were able to find more foods to eat. I've had allergies since I was 30, I'm 49 now, just found out I'm allergic to SOY, All nuts especially peanuts, coconut anything. I've cut out almost all foods, but still have issues with itching and etc.
My question to you is how did you find out you were allergic to Protein, cause I've asked my allergist and another one, they both said there are no test to see if anyone is allergic to Protein, Glycerin (which is so toxic and in EVERYTHING) also when you look up other names for SOY, there is where I found Glycerin. A lot or most labels rename Soy and etc. SORRY, got off track, I wanted to be tested for Protein, Glycerin, Oats, Lactose, Latex, Gluetin and was told there are no test for these, can you give me some advice on testing. BTW, so far all I can eat is potatoes, haven't tried rice yet cause it has soy it it under a hidden name. I"M STARVING!!!!
I'm from the South (New Orleans) so I love to eat!
I can't find vitamins that don't have Soy, Glycerin or Peanut Oil, I need my Protein and Vitamins, I can't even take my menopause meds. I think I will die from starvation before allergies.
PLease send any info I can refer too.
Thanks,
Alikat :)

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   Posted 8/23/2014 3:23 PM (GMT -7)   
It's Alikat again, let me state this I CAN NOT eat breads, most veggies, beans, nothing processed, no deli meat, no seasonings, I was a juicier and killing myself, allergic to cucumber, apples, watermelon, oranges.
I'm allergic to 9 different trees, and 5 different style grasses, so plant foods that are grown from the ground could be cross contaminated.
Chicken, beef, pork, and animals raised on a Soy diet, I can not eat. I think for now I'm ok with fresh fish. Even though my test said I wasn't allergic to meats, like I stated, if there raised on a soy diet, then it has traces or more in them :(
Alikat

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   Posted 8/23/2014 3:45 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi, Alikat.

I hope you will start your own thread. This one is out of date. Just hit the "post new topic" button.

Tell us how you were diagnosed allergic to "everything." It's hard to understand.

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   Posted 8/23/2014 3:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Ok, I will start a new blog.

I had the skin test done for allergies, I knew I was allergic to new things cause of my itching and rash and red looking skin.

My last test was done 6 years ago with the needles in my arm, this time it was a skin test on my back. Sorry, if you couldn't understand me or my writing.

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   Posted 11/7/2014 2:28 PM (GMT -7)   
I had an allergy on my face which was starting to travel down my body, mainly because I would wash my hair in the shower. I had an allergy test and found out I was allergic to a chemical I had never heard of. Fortunately my allergist's mother had the same allergy, so he tested me for Methylisothiazolinone
and Methylchloroisothiazolinone. These chemicals are in shampoos, conditioners, lotions, liquid fabric softeners, some makeups, baby wipes, pretty much anything that has a softening, conditioning ingredient in them. My son and granddaughter are also allergic to the same ingredient. This chemical caused my worst reaction in a skin test. If you are allergic to this chemical, you will more than likely be allergic to anything latex. If you've noticed redness after removing a bandaid, in the area where it was stuck to your skin, you probably have a latex allergy. I have found bandages, as well as other items that are latex free. This also includes latex paint. I had a reaction when my husband painted with latex paint. I hope this helps others who may facing this problem

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   Posted 1/13/2015 2:41 PM (GMT -7)   
I hope this thread is still active. I am allergic to so much and this is through trials and such. I don't know what is causing it but I accumulate more every year.

So far I am allergic to:

Food:
Fruits:
Citrus fruits (orange, grapefruit, lemons, etc)
Drupe Fruits/Stone Fruits (coconut, avocado, nectarines, peaches, plums, etc)
Kiwi
Strawberries
Tropical Fruits (pineapple, passionfruit, papaya, guava, etc)

Vegetables:
Nightshade (tomatoes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers (all), some herbs and spices..)

Other:
Tartrazine (Yellow 5, Yellow 6)

Environmental:
Mold, dust, pollen
Pets (ALL animals) - animal dander, feathers

and the list grows daily. I am also a vegetarian. I'm really not sure what is causing this... I also have a hard time digesting lettuce and other leafy greens. This leaves (npi) my diet with barely anything to eat. I'm really sick and tired of not being able to eat foods I previously enjoyed. I'm also tired of not being able to go outside without breaking out. I also have asthma. Thanks in advance for your help!

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   Posted 1/13/2015 4:44 PM (GMT -7)   
No, this is an old one. How about starting your own thread. Use the post new topic tab, start your own headline. You'll get responses.

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   Posted 2/15/2015 1:47 PM (GMT -7)   
You might want to try a good probiotic. I recommend taking Yakult once a day. It comes in the dairy section next to the yogurt. Yes, it is made with skim milk, but the serving is so small it really shouldn't upset you. Why Yakult is better than other probiotics: It took 17 years for Japanese scientists to come up with a probiotic that could survive the stomach acids long enough to kill bad gut bacteria. The ones that come in pills don't do any good. These are live, active bacili. Once you kill off the bad bacteria in your intestines your body will develop a better immune system so you will be able to tolerate more foods.

Stay away from processed foods -- anything that comes in a box or a wrapper.
Stay away from wheat and sugar. All of these will continually create an overgrowth of bad bacteria in your gut.

Good luck!

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   Posted 2/16/2015 7:29 AM (GMT -7)   
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