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Andrea AWsec
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And not only the body. The emotions also. (n'est-ce pas Tomatilla?)  




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So I had the tests done and I do have allergies.  My arms swelled with nuts, peanuts(legumes), shell fish, and eggs, but not as bad as the others. I will avoid  eggs for a while and then try them again. I love eggs. Also Strawberries, rasberries, and few other things gave me a reaction. I think breakfast is going to be the toughest. Maybe cottage cheese?  It is really a bit overwhelming, but I know it will all come together in time.


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How about turkey sausage or bison burger with sauteed onions in olive oil for breakfast?  
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]How about turkey sausage or bison burger with sauteed onions in olive oil for breakfast?


I will try it. Do you make your own turkey sausage?


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Yes, I do.  Here's the recipe - feel free to modify to make it compliant:

Shelton's Ground Turkey (sold frozen) is the best!

1 pound ground turkey
1/8  teaspoon anise seed
1/4  teaspoon garlic -- minced
1/8  teaspoon thyme
1/2  teaspoon oregano
1/4  teaspoon fennel seed
pinch coriander
3/4 to 1 teaspoon salt depending on personal taste

Mix all ingredients well. Shape as desired.   Cook 5-6 minutes per side or until the internal temperature of the sausage comes to 165įF.
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Sometimes it is not the eggs but the feed that they give the chickens that will bother people.

A women at work is allergic to chicken here in the US, but back in the Mexico she can eat the chicken without having a reaction. Something about the food they give the chickens bothers her, not the chicken meat.


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S I think breakfast is going to be the toughest. Maybe cottage cheese?


Sadly cottage cheese is an avoid, unless you happen to be a Gatherer and follow GTD. I know it's an avoid for Hunters. Not sure what other GT's you can be if you're an O. I think there's one more and I wouldn't know the value for that.

Vicki, a BIG thanks for that sausage recipe!!!    HUGS!!

Andrea, that's interesting about it being the chicken feed. I could def see that tho.  



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Another good breakfast for milk free and gluten free grind brown rice and and cook like a hot cereal.  Add flax seed meal. season with OK herbs and molasses and agave nectar.  I even add egg whites.
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Sometimes it is not the eggs but the feed that they give the chickens that will bother people.

A women at work is allergic to chicken here in the US, but back in the Mexico she can eat the chicken without having a reaction. Something about the food they give the chickens bothers her, not the chicken meat.


I can easily believe that.

The trouble is we get caught up in the test results and end up eating less and less.

O so positive, do you eat organic? You will have less poisons in the body and less for your immune system to fight against.



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I muscle tested allergic to "regular" eggs, but fine with organic eggs.  If I eat regular eggs more than a couple of days in a row, I will start burping sulfur.  Organic eggs don't do that to me.


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Thank you all for your advice and recipes.  I will steer clear of everything for about 6 weeks and then try the organic eggs.  I really hope that is the answer.  I love eggs. I am already missing them.


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Yes I agree with Karen Vago, it could just be a detox reaction, since you are elimating all the bad foods from your diet, you body is getting a chance to heal and is starting to get rid of stuff you have been accumulating for years...I have been in the detox stage for the past year, not very fun.  Detox cleansers help, I am overdue for one.
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Quoted from C_Sharp
People with Sulfite allergies/sensitivities may react to various foods:

Fruit juices, vegetable juices, vinegar, lemon/lime juice.
Maple syrup, jams, jellies
Dried fruit
Lettuce and fruit salads served in restaurants
prepared salads elsewhere
guacamole
crustaceans
gelatin
coconut
soup mixes
Any product listing one of these as an ingredient: sulfur dioxide, potassium bisulfite, potassium metabisulfite, sodium sulfite, sodium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite


Can I assume that most of this list concerns "prepared" foods, or are there some natural foods such as maple syrup that contain sulfites?

Does anyone know what is it about coconut and crustaceans?





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thanks Lola...

What I wanted to know is whether this list is all about "commercially prepared" foods, or if some foods are naturally high in sulfites? The links don't say anything about sulfites, so I couldn't discern. (thanks... you must have a prodigious memory to keep coming up with all these links!)


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People with Sulfite allergies/sensitivities may react to various foods:

    Fruit juices, vegetable juices, vinegar, lemon/lime juice.
    Maple syrup, jams, jellies
    Dried fruit
    Lettuce and fruit salads served in restaurants
    prepared salads elsewhere
    guacamole
    crustaceans
    gelatin
    coconut
    soup mixes
Any product listing one of these as an ingredient: sulfur dioxide, potassium bisulfite, potassium metabisulfite, sodium sulfite, sodium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite




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