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    For the protein sensitivity bit, it's probably a good idea to have food allergy testing done. Protein sensitivity could be to milk, eggs or soy as the most common proteins people have allergies/sensitivities too. 
    Interesting. Yes, my blood test was "weak positive" for celiac. I would love to not have yet another restriction on my diet!
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