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Sazza replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 4 months ago

Have you ever been to the GP about it? I didn’t get much joy when the children were small the GP hadn’t heard of a chicken allergy as such . I think he thought I was weird.. great help!.At first I couldn’t work out if it was chicken or eggs but turned out to be both!
As I said ,my daughter grew out of the chicken intolerance/allergy but still feels a bit rough after egg. My son still can’t have chicken.
Actually with me ,I always fancy chicken but as soon as I start eating it I feel a bit sick ( but that’s all) so I stop.
How long have you had your allergy? Have any of your family got it too? I have tried to research it but not come up with anything so far .. have you?

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Draco79 replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 4 months ago

Hi sazza
I have tried all different kinds it doesnt matter if its organic free range it doesnt matter if its boiled grilled fried or roasted if its kfc or schnitzel it all does the same consequences after eating chicken.
Yea its with peanut butter eat too much of that does same thing

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Sazza replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 4 months ago

That’s interesting isn’t it? I know this may seem a strange question but have you tried free range or organic chicken? I wonder why peanuts cause the same reaction?

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Draco79 replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 4 months ago

Hi there

I have the same problem with chicken with in half hour of eating chicken my stomach cramps and have the runs real bad.
It doesnt matter how the chicken is cooked it always happens also the same if i have too much peanut butter same result

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LisaAnne replied to the topic 'Fructose table in alphabetical order' in the forum. 5 months ago

Thank you so much for this table! It confirms what I have been experiencing. Only the items with a double smile work for me. I am still in the elimination phase. I hope to one day eat squash (pumpkin) again at least. Now that I've been eliminating though, the smallest fructose brings immediate nausea, which I never had before. This affliction has been so painful and caused so much turmoil in my life. I wish I would have know the problem sooner. It is difficult to give up all the fruits and vegetables as they are so delicious and healthy too. If I were younger I would become a scientist and look for a cure. I crave sweets. I guess I will try dextrose soon. Has anyone had good luck eating dextrose--not to help with the fructose but just to have something sweet to eat? What sweets have you found you can eat?

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nataliadalomba replied to the topic 'histamine intolerance' in the forum. 6 months ago

I'll safely say on behalf of everyone else with HIT that it blows a hard wind and can really make one feel isolated and not even human--especially over a long period of time. I'm curious to see how old people were when it first started for them. I was 22, although my health was always in bad condition, it spiked up to a new level. I feel it's the body's way of expressing itself with what is going on to help hint at how to fix it.

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Sazza replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 6 months ago

Just a comment re egg/ chicken intolerance/ allergy .. both my children could not tolerate eggs ( nausea and vomiting) with my eldest child she outgrew it and is fine now. However my son is now 18 and has developed an Intolerance also to chicken .. it doesn’t matter what kind and how it has been cooked .. results in nausea and vomiting. Anyone else experience this? Show less

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blkelly@aol.com replied to the topic 'Fructose free dessert' in the forum. 7 months ago

How can this be fructose free when apples have one of the highest fructose count of all the fruits?

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shansenhome replied to the topic 'Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Yes, my brother and I are like you. We have the same symptoms (and I have the same issues with fresh oranges and grapefruit). After extensive self testing... we know it is not how it is prepared. We are pretty sure our dad had it as well. Our symptoms got really strong when we were each in our mid forties.

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meganpennington replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Hello. I specialize in food sensitivity/intolerance testing so I hope this will be of benefit to you.

Hair analysis has not been studied (at least I could find no studies on it) with regards to food reactivity. You are right in that blood is more accurate, however IgG testing is not. This is because all foods will raise IgG levels according to scientific studies, both in cases of reactivity, but also mere exposure. You can google for studies on this.

After thorough research, the testing I finally chose to provide my own clients (I'm a nutritionist) is MRT. This is a mediator release test (via blood) which shows the level of mediators (immune chemicals) that are released by immune cells when exposed to a food antigen. 170 antigens are tested. It's very accurate and I see amazing improvements in my clients.

I hope this helps

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mystic replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Understood and really appreciate it, I am very heavily leaning towards the hair testing, just waiting for that company to contact me to answer some questions for me,

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CharlotteT replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

And here are the results:

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CharlotteT replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Here are the letters I received:

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CharlotteT replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

It is so confusing with all of the info out there!! I’m really not sure a out one being more accurate than the other. All I know is that I knew something was wrong and my medical doctors were not able to see that from blood work or scratch testing. Like I said, I knew about some of my intolerances l, but not the others. Which to me validated the accuracy of the testing. Perhaps see which method is more affordable to you and start there. I was able to get a discount on the testing by using Groupon, but I’m not sure that if that special is still going on. I will try to attach my results as for me, they were very eye opening and have provided another tool to navigate through this mess lol!! Best of luck to you :)

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mystic replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Hello and thank you very much for sharing and info. Research nowadays is so very conflicting I don't know what to believe. Instead of going the allergy testing route I am contemplating taking a "food sensitivity" test which tests for lgG antibodies for 96 foods in western diets.

The hair testing in your links tests for 300 foods plus 300 non food items so that's even better BUT what I have to decide on is which is the better option as one report I had come across had showed that blood testing is more accurate than hair testing, any thoughts on this please?

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CharlotteT replied to the topic 'Anyone done Food sensitivity testing with success?' in the forum. 7 months ago

I’ve gone to an allergist (MD) and was told the only allergies I had were hay fever. I did some research and did some intolerance testing through The intolerance testing group located in Texas. I was aware of some of my intolerances, which showed up on the testing, but I was also unaware of many more that showed up on the testing. It has really been helpful to identify these food and nonfood intolerances. Here is a link to their site as well as my results, hope this helps :)

allergytest.co/what-you-need-to-know/

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