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Relationship Between Food Allergies, Inflammation, & Overweight

Saturday, April 21, 2012

www.food-allergy.org/

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:
www.naturalhealthathome.
com/?p=610


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.
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  • v WARMSPRINGDAY
    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.
    1587 days ago
  • v DJ4HEALTH
    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
    1587 days ago
  • v MIMO11
    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.
    1588 days ago
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