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Lin
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Chloe,
Great information, thanks this is helpful.
Lin


Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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I used a coupon, and there was a sale so some DAOsin was like $15, 22 shipped not slow.

We'll see... Someone gave me a juicer so I've been throwing celery in, and it makes me feel good, but I still feel like something's off in my gut, big time.
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DoS - did you ever find any relief from this? I have been having constant headaches and finally decided to take some antihistamine tonight because I think my threshold for  high polyamine foods was reached and I'm suffering from it


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Hi catlawyer,

I read your post suspecting high polyamine toxicity. I had that last May and June. I treated myself by using Dr D's Detoxical-D and increasing ARA-6 and Polyflora. There is a test that naturopaths use, but I don't have access to naturoopathic medicine right now, other than Dr D's books. Look in Dr D's Encyclopedia under Toxicity, bowel for more info.

It took me a couple of months and I had to stop eating foods that contribute to it. Are you by any chance eating a high about of foods from your freezer? Also, foods high in methionine will do it too. See more info in the Encyclopedia. I stopped eating frozen foods altogether after my bout with toxicity.

I'm just responding to your post. I have not read any other posts on this thread.


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Thank you Atypical - I will check that out. I did look into the blood tests my ND had done last week and my albumin was a bit high normal. I've just never had such persistent headaches before. I had a really bad migraine 2 weeks ago and it seems I've had a less severe headache ever since.


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If your albumin is high, doesn't that mean your protein is high? Do you eat a lot of protein?


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Mother - no I do not (primarily vegetarian with small amts of fish), but my ND suspects I may have trouble digesting protein completely. Low stomach acid ...


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Quoted from catlawyer
Mother - no I do not (primarily vegetarian with small amts of fish), but my ND suspects I may have trouble digesting protein completely. Low stomach acid ...


You could try taking betaine HCL with protein rich meals...if you take too much, you'd feel a burning
sensation in your stomach....too little or a true deficiency and some people have what feels like
gastric reflux and, poor nutrient absorption from their food..  But if you've been eating gluten grains and are intolerant...might have developed erosion in your gut. then with malabsorption, you're not going to be digesting anything very well.


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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Hi Chloe...
I've had a good read through all the posts on here and the link you gave for more info; thanks.
Living in the UK I was on antihistamines for years, mainly dust mite I suspect. Then we moved to Spain for 14 yrs and it was only the olive blossom that bothered me for one month a year! Never had that kind of allergy in the UK though. Now we're back home again...I'm really not coping well because of living with carpets again and the dust mite. Taking one tab morning and night and sometimes a nasal spray. They term it as allergic rhinitis.
Can't say I've ever pinned it to any foods that make me feel worse though.


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welcome back on the boards Janetli... from Isa


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Isa buddy...yes it was the sideways nudge you gave me!!  


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Chloe....Re the Daosin, I looked on fb and found a UK link and applied for a free sample to try. I'm going to see if it's available on prescription too...doubt it but you never know!!


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Since nothing has been budging this headache I'm trying to eat lots of garlic, green tea, turmeric, beneficials like spinach and will hopefully get some walnuts later today. Has anyone tried the larch? I'm going to see if local supplier has it today - I'm flying back east for a week long business trip tomorrow and I cannot feel like this!! Forgoing my usual fermented soy as well ...


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Larch is awesome.

ARA 6 from DPN is very high quality. It is in the detox protocol. When I did that one, it calls for a tablespoon twice a day. I really rely on it everyday now, not just for detox. I'm sure others will attest to the same benefit. My GI tract feels so clean and regular. You'll love it. I rarely get headaches though. I can't speak to that.


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catlawyer,
Maybe you have a trigger point that is causing your "persistent headache".
You might find the book The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook by Clair Davies to be helpful.


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For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.



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Isn't there some pressure point in the hand or wrist you can squeeze or is it the bridge o the nose? never mind, I'll shut up. I just know these pressure points have worked for me. like layman's acupuncture!


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Between the eyes is a point that works for me, if I get a headache, which is very rare.


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For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.



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Quoted from Mother
Isn't there some pressure point in the hand or wrist you can squeeze or is it the bridge o the nose? never mind, I'll shut up. I just know these pressure points have worked for me. like layman's acupuncture!


Yes, I agree with both of you. Between the eyes on each side of the nose, just under the eye brow. I massage slowly. It has helped me in the past too.



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