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Intolerance To Oils?
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Does anyone have any intolerance to oils (sunflower,safflower,corn,etc.) How common is an intolerance of oils?

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My daughter has/had problems with quite a few oils.

With her it's leaky gut brought on by metals (which grows candida).

If you had severe damage before diagnosis it may be best to eat as simply as possible. Some people have reported great results with raw foods.

If you continue to have problems after a year (where things aren't getting much better) then I'd suggest looking into other things such as metals, lyme, viruses, parasites etc.....

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Does anyone have any intolerance to oils (sunflower,safflower,corn,etc.) How common is an intolerance of oils?

What are your symptoms? Do you react to a tiny amount or significant quantities? Is it all oils or just particular ones? Do you react to all fats, or just oils?

I will feel ill if I have anything with a substantial quantity of oil in it. Tiny amounts don't bother me. The exception is olive oil. But I only really have it much if I go out to eat and so it isn't my body coping everyday with the stuff. Olive oil also seems more natural than some of these others -- the olives are pressed and voila. Something like corn has to go through a lot more processing to get an oil out of it. Perhaps my body finds it easier to deal with foods that are closer to what nature has come up with and not something created by food manufacturers and their chemists and engineers.

Anyway, I've found I can cut down or eliminate the oil in many recipes. I never use oil to saute unless I have hot peppers (capaisin is fat soluble -- a water-based saute medium won't draw out the spiciness). And then I will only use a tiny amount.

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