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NiceGirl7 NiceGirl7 22-25, F 5 Answers Mar 31 in Food

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Practically any locally grow fruit, vege and oftentimes nuts, the less pesticides the better.<br />
Lean meets, beef, poultry, fish, seafood- without the added chemicals<br />
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Processed foods, dairy, have to be looked at individually as they all are bad just in different degrees and affect us all different. ANY processed sugar(toxin) causes unnatural reactions in every single person. Humans can live off anything but just because we are adaptable doesn't mean we can eat what we want.

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nice answer. thank you

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If you aren't sure what foods are causing reactions start with cutting out food groups first. Start with eliminating dairy for a few weeks, if that isn't the culprit eliminate grains which is likely the problem, all breads, pastas, rice... Add fiber gummies to keep your colon healthy and able to handle toxins.

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Banana cream pie

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alot of people are allergic to most of what you would put in a banana cream pie

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Does this mean that you are gonna put it in my face?

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what do you mean by anti-allergic foods? Do you mean anti-inflammatory foods? well, green tea is really great, as are most fruits and veggies.

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Rice is a hypoallergenic food.

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some are allergic to flour

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but i think iam allergic to rice

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Well, why not? You can be allergic to anything really. Watch how your own body reacts.

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yes.. you are right. thank you.

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You can keep a food "diary" with everything you eat and drink. After a while, you will maybe find things you did not suspect that make you allergic - or did not make you allergic before. To explain more clearly, I used to be able to eat nuts and now I'm not able to. However, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds (roasted, they taste so nice), etc. are just fine.

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Ok.. Now, I'll follow your advice.. Thank you so much.. May GOD bless you:)

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