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My Story – Part I

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9 thoughts on “My Story – Part I

  1. It never fails to amaze me the power our FOOD has over our lives. Going all your life with a seemingly complicated and incurable problem — only to discover you’d have been fine all that time if you were just not eating one little ingredient! Oh, how I sympathize. I really think nutritionists ought to be the doctors of the future. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that food is at the root of all illness and it astounds me that most of us go our whole lives without ever blaming our food for our chronic complaints. How lucky we are to have found our respective dairy and gluten triggers, at least!

    • So true! Elimination diets should be standard protocol for any chronic childhood illness. Fortunately today there are so many blogs and resources out there for children food allergies and a lot of moms are becoming more aware. I dream of the day where you go in to the doctors office to tell them you think you are allergic to dairy, and they suggest also getting tested for celiac disease and other common cross-reactive food allergies. That would have saved me 10 years of misery!

  2. Thank you 🙂

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