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#1 meinelse

 
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Posted 16 November 2011 - 12:31 PM

I've been gluten-free since July. Since then I discovered a nightshade intolerance and removed all nightshades from my diet (strictly). Because my recovery has been a little slow, I'm starting to cut out dairy and other inflammatory foods, but I haven't been super strict about it. There's not question I have flare-ups when I eat a lot of dairy, but a little doesn't seem to have that big of an impact (maybe a little discomfort for a couple of hours). How far does it set me back to eat inflammatory foods in general, especially dairy? Do I have to cut it out entirely--no exceptions--for the effort to have an impact on my healing process? thanks!
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