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Food intolerance question

Posted By: Barbara Ezell
Date: March 03, 1997 at 20:45:18

I'm a O+. I've been following the "Protein Power" eating plan for about five months with great success. Having eliminated essentially all wheat gluten from my diet, I now find that when I eat even a single piece of Wasa Rye I "react"...i.e. gas, bloating. This has happened with other foods on the "avoid" list which I have eaten sparingly during the past months. Previously, my diet included wheat and other foods on the "avoid" list and I apparently had no physical reaction to these. By eliminating these foods, does one become more sensitive to them? Does the body develop an apparent immunity to these foods when they are consumed on a regular basis (similar to the desensitivity obtained from allergy shots)?
Love the book, I've recommended it to a number of my friends, many of whom also rave about it. Am combining your beneficial/neutral lists with the low carb plan...looking forward to seeing even better results. Thanks.
Barb



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