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ruthiegirl
Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 1:18am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I just ate a rice cake with coconut oil! Yum! I haven't had that in ages!


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Glad you know for sure now.  


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I'd like to question the assumption about tomatoes and nonniehood. I am very allergic to tomatoes, and in spite of beleiving greatly in this diet, I cannot eat tomatoes even in small quantities. We must not forget that we are individuals, and for me, nightshades are out.


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Glad you got your results.



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Glad you got your results.



Me too.

Poppy- it's entirely possible that he's a B nonnie who just doesn't tolerate tomatoes for one reason or another. But I don't think it's a nightshade issue because he's fine with potatoes, and I don't think it's a saliclyate issue because he's fine with orange juice, apple juice, cucumbers, and a few other foods we cut out on "stage 1 of Feingold" all those years ago, when DD2 was in 3rd grade.

I may test his secretor status when he's older, but he's doing quite well on the B secretor diet for now.

SWAMI and/or a secretor test for DD1 is a much higher priority.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Hey weirdo!     

Welcome to the club. So how does it feel knowing you belong to a minority?  




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Yay! Glad we can get your insights and knowledge to the nonnie clubhouse now.  Must be a relief to stop wondering, Cheers!   to peace of mind

I only have one child to wonder about.  To possibly save a test, I'm going to test DH next.  If he's a nonnie then it's 100% our daughter will be one and the test will kill two birds with one stone.  (Though I've even though of testing his parents (the in laws) cos his bro and sis and all have nonnie issues it seems) There's one advantage of nonniehood, though I think you already know all about it.  Glad you're happy  


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