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#16 Bubba's Mom

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Posted 07 May 2012 - 01:10 PM

My son and I also react to chicken eggs - although I have had
a difficult time trying to find scientific evidence to prove
it. What I suspect is : the grain feed is processed and
becomes tocopherol - a chemical component of the eggs. (aka vitE)
I have been on a mission to get my own backyard chickens and
do my own experiment. (Still have to get the hens through a
bylaw amendment:)

I react to extremely trace amounts of gluten and don't react to eggs. I tried Eggland's Best brand, which is fed a high soy feed and reacted to the soy. Soy came through to the egg.
I wish I could have chickens here. It would be nice to be able to control what they're fed.
The man that does my lawn has chickens and says they eat all sorts of kitchen scraps, like vegetable peelings, etc.
His know that when he lifts the landscape rocks there's likely to be a worm or bug there and rush over to see what they can get. He says they're lots of fun. I hope it works out so you can get some. :D
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