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Relationship Between Food Allergies, Inflammation, & Overweight

Saturday, April 21, 2012

There is a close relationship between food allergies, inflammation, and overweight. For more about this, see the authorís Food Allergy and Gluten-Free Weight Loss website.

I have (and currently am) resisting, with both heels dug in, trying going gluten free as a test. It reminds me of how I initially strongly resisted organic food; until my sister died, that is.

However, I've had allergic shiners all my life, and other classic symptoms of food sensitivities.

See also the GAPs diet:

I believe none of this would be necessary if mankind hadn't MESSED WITH and genetically altered, i.e. "improved", the grains God gave us to eat.

As soon as I have a career job again, I am going to get organic grains and pantry supplies from Azure Standard. If there's not one in my area, I'll gladly take on being the drop coordinator.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
WARMSPRINGDAY 4/22/2012 1:16AM

    I don't know that I've had any adverse reactions to gluten. It would be a big diet change for me to go gluten free. Wishing you the best in finding what works for you.

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DJ4HEALTH 4/21/2012 11:49PM

    Man thinks they know better than God so they try to make it so-called better and that makes it toxic to us and all creation

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MIMO11 4/21/2012 10:01PM

    Carol, it might not be gluten. Have a look at milk as a possibility. See my blog entry on casein for what we've been experiencing with my daughter.

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