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ISA-MANUELA
Sunday, March 18, 2007, 8:56pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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OOOOO'Suzelannchen you can't be enoughly being like that it's helpful sometimes
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Oh, goody, goody!  Some ABs posting about arms and legs!  My daughter complains about the backs of her knees and down her calf muscles and her ankles aching.  She's always asking me to rub her legs.  Now, besides myself as a child, I don't know any other 4 year olds who have aching legs.  Is this an AB thing?  We took her off gluten and peanuts and it seems to be MAYBE very gradually getting better.

Is Aliza the same thing as the ELISA (pronounced Aliza) blood test?  We had it done for her a year and a half ago and she tested extremely allergic to soy, honey, almonds, and lentils (which, to my knowledge, she'd never even ingested---shows how much of my lentils went through the breastmilk).  Nothing showed up for eggs or corn even though we know she's very allergic to them both.  We had already figured out soy, but wouldn't have thought about honey of all things.  (And to learn that it's an avoid for AB nonnies....)

This is a very interesting thread to me.  Please keep posting on AB issues.  We want to figure out what's wrong here.  We did put her on the non-secreter diet to see if that would help any and it has helped with the red eye circles--gone now.


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Hopeful, another thing I just thought of....I used to take a thyroid supplement that was made from freeze-dried sheep thyroid.  I was able to quit taking it after I began the BTD, but needed to start again when I got pregnant.  I'm now taking a simple L-tyrosine supplement.  If you, as an AB, are taking a bovine-derived thyroid supplement, it may be causing some issues since you're supposed to avoid beef.  Have you considered switching to something that's bovine-free?  Just a thought.


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ISA-MANUELA
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yesss dear Ribbit, it smells that you daughter might be a *royal* as well I know that, honey does really me intensely and I feel just after a little teaspoon....yikes but tha's not the same feeling when I get sometimes some sugar in my body like white chocs .....perhaps that is a real trigger to me, and just the trigger is the -one
A & E lisa(z) are the same, I guess, only written in another form but ya know I get some stomachcramps right now here on this thema, it shows fragmentally up, that here *has been* or *was*
a contact with that stuff mentioned, and  it popps always up *after...reaction* ...not at the oposite side...ok....here pay attention there might pop up something....depends of course of the masse exponed
but that's why I just do love my Vegatester...it shows up in percentages, here...ok migh pass threw with 50/50% but then...under 50 % there are reactions...... but in advance...and not after it has happened!!!
I think LR4YT is in your case more than valuable .....to evite any kind of corns might be lifesaving
once upon the time, because the child is mostly created from 0 ti its 7th life...so up from this time mostly all reaction will be determined. But please have an eye onto the differences between a severe foodallergy and foodintolerances, mostly there are creations of foodintolerances....and this goes for a certain time, when letting go for a certain time with no intake of such foods, and after a while (mostly about 12 months) might be that all can be ok....so far

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yeppers...that's also familiar to me, so called growthpains I've had em too
I think you should go for better ca-& mg intake but on aspartate basics, nothing else
no dolomite but citrate might be ok as well ;) we are that dificile when being kids ;) ....and omG what have I been a thinny girlie ......and now' I'd becamet the Zrichbomber

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I also remember terrible pains in my leg's as a child,from about the time I was 4 to 8 year's old.I was the only AB in our family my sibling's never complained of this problem.
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Isa, we wanted to get her Vegatested, but when we looked into it at the place I was tested in North Carolina about 10 years ago, they're prices had soared to $400.  That just doesn't fit into our budget right now.  So I asked for advice at my local HFS and they refered me to a lady who does muscle testing and she's really reasonably priced.  I figure we have nothing to lose if we go for a couple of visits with her and see if she can peg something specific.

You think it's just growing pains?  Hm.  She always asks for sips of Emergen-C, which is a powdered mineral drink--lots of calcium and magnesium.  I'll keep giving it to her.

I certainly had severe pain all over when I was little up until I quit wheat, dairy and corn, thanks to the VegaTest showing an allergy to them.  Things got better then but didn't completely go away till I started the BTD.  So it's not just an AB thing, but it is interesting to me how many of you are reporting feeling that way.


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"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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