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Posted on: Sat, 03/20/2004 - 7:02pm
andromeda's picture
Joined: 01/24/2004 - 09:00

Hi again Sillyfeline,
One last try for something that may help, or at least lessen the probability for your developing allergies to even more foods. Have you done any research or gotten any advice on setting up a rotation diet?
I'm only starting to research this for myself now (in light of recently developed ana to eggs in addition to peanuts), but basically you formulate a plan where if you eat a certain food one day, you can't eat it again for at least four days. For people with many and severe sensitivities, a seven day rotation is even more effective.
Hard to do when one's "safe" foods are limited, I know, but maybe worth a look. I found this site and link intriguing if nothing else:
Wishing the best for you,

Posted on: Thu, 03/10/2005 - 5:04am
momma2boys's picture
Joined: 03/14/2003 - 09:00

sillyfeline, I don't know if you are getting notification for his topic, or still lurk here at all. Just wanted to let you know I was thinking about you and I hope you are doing ok.



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