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I just checked my fingerprints tonight and after 2 years I can see a significant improvement in the elimination of the white lines.  I admit I have not completely eliminated wheat from my eating plan (90% compliant) but what I've eliminated has made a huge difference.    Some miracles take more time than others.

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you said "my head tends to be in the clouds more often than not. Can cow's milk trigger this?"  I believe food sensitivies causes brain fog, not sure if this would relate to your head in the clouds.  I discovered getting off dairy/gluten seemed to help me think clearer.

Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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I have white lines all over my fingers too!! I guess I really have to be Gluten-free if I want my gut to be healed
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I have white lines too but I have leaky gut syndrome. In the book it says:

"If you are thrifty like the Warrior or Gatherer, you'll want to increase your use of low-glycemic carbohydrates.  If you've discovered that you have fingerprint white lines and follow these carbohydrate recommendations, the lining of your intestines will improve within a few months."

But I guess that is assuming you are a secretor Warrior or Gatherer.
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I have white lines on all my fingers, but I finally can start to see my fingerprints on one finger.
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