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Does inflammation cause agglutination ?
Or maybe agglutination is a result of inflammation?
Or agglutination disturbs resolution of inflammation ?

What are Your thoughts about that ? Is there a connection ?


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I don't know that you can really determine which comes first, agglutination or inflammation.  It is possible that the two are caused by, and rise, simultaneously due to the same or different "avoids" in the diet.


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Does inflammation cause agglutination ?

not like Lectins.

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Or maybe agglutination is a result of inflammation?

Not the same as lectin agglutination.

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Or agglutination disturbs resolution of inflamation.

Yes

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Is there a connection ?

Yes.

If the cells clump together and get stuck somewhere or the lectins attach to tissue and white blood cells see something wrong and attack.  That causes damage and inflamation.


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Inflamation results from a variety of biological processes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inflammation

Agglutination is a specific biological process.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agglutination_(biology)
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I see it as:  when I eat wrong foods, or drink wrong drinks.. my body has to work harder to neutralize it all.  By that process it does not matter what is wrong, the body reacts to stressors and then I either get tired, sleepy, pain, or constipation, sometimes I feel it in the joints, sometime in the tissue, I think from (conversion) gas'es that should not be there.  

I have yet to figure out what makes my nails break/tear so easy.  


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I have yet to figure out what makes my nails break/tear so easy.  
Goldie - maybe lacking in vitamins A, C, &/or calcium ?

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Possum: re: >>"Have been trying to run away from perfume & chemicals for years, but they always follow me Sometimes I feel like a prisoner in my own home Can't even bear the neighbour's washing detergent, much less their cigarette smoke which seeps thru my air vent"<<
My ex-partner/currently housemate is supersensitive to smells/cig smoke etc. Maybe he is an O nonnie, interesting... Loud noises too. He can't stand certain noises in partic. Are you sensitive to those too? (Also bright lights? He can't stand driving at night cos of car headlights  )

Goldie: I'm an A (secretor status unknown cos lost in post! grr  >), and I have a condition affected by sugar (I think that's the trigger) and part of that is my nails splinter, disintegrate from the ends, nearly come away from the beds sometimes. I think this might be yeast overgrowth effect, not sure tho. Do you have a sweet tooth/a weakness for sweet foods? (I know they're not really allowed on your diet)  Would be interesting to know. I also know they say it's (nails) malabsorption of vits/mins from gut (duodenum I think) but could that be because of yeast overgrowth type thing?  

PS Sorry this is off-topic.

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Debra, Regarding Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, U may want to take a look at http://mpkb.org/ approach.


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