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Food Intolerance & Leaky Gut

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Many people have cow's milk (casein), soy, egg, corn, or other issues. Share info on alternative diets like vegetarian, vegan, Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), FODMAP Diet, Keto Diet, etc.

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  1. Eggs/Cancer/Keto

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  2. Back and leg pain when i eat corn?

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  4. Old Coeliac, new issues? Milk related?

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  5. Hidden Soy

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  6. Who Gets Sick With Honey?

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  7. Pure Oats

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  8. Celery good or bad?

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  9. Udi's Mystery-- Oh No! Help! 1 2

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  10. Sorghum Intolerance?

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  11. Diet for RA?

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  12. Confused

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  13. Narrow food choices

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  14. Tapioca Intolerance? 1 2

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  15. Headache Culprit Is Tyramine

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  16. Canola Oil An Issue?

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  17. abdominal pain and stool color change

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  18. Antihistamine

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  19. Total food intolerance 1 2 3

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