Thanks all for your input and advice.
Bartfull, There is so much conflicting information about tolerance testing and I did the best research I could before getting this test done and I'm happy that I made the right choice in having it, in so far as it's given me some areas to focus my attention. I thought dairy was a problem, the test shows it to be so I'm definitely going to focus on that most specifically. I understand your point however, and I agree in a lot of ways that perhaps there isn't adequate evidence to support it. A majority of recent articles about the test I had were very favourable from the standpoint of somebody already experiencing symptoms. I'm not putting too much faith in it's accuracy !
1desperateladysaved Thank you for your advice and ideas, I've been and bought some hazelnut milk which I had with oats for breakfast and I actually quite enjoyed it. As for the duck and quail eggs you mentioned, the test says to avoid all eggs at the moment which is disappointing because I LOVE having bacon and eggs for breakfast ! I'm hoping to be able to reintroduce eggs and some of the other foods after I've had more time to heal. HOPING, A LOT!
I do have coeliac disease, Cyclinglady, yes and I think perhaps my results have come back so strongly because there is likely damage to my gut that's throwing my digestion of other things out of whack. I've not long been diagnosed and although, I'm comfortable with the gluten free diet now, I was still feeling like I had been glutened all the time, despite being so careful. I was starting to realise it was probably something else because my gluten reaction is very severe but these reactions were not so bad, just a lot of digestive discomfort and irritability. The yeast and eggs thing is annoying in terms of the gluten free bread I was having, II don't think I'll miss it particularly, it's just nice to have the ease of convenience as I work in other cities a couple of days a week and like to take my own packed lunch.
I'm feeling much calmer thanks yo a bit of perspective and all your advice so far. I'll just have to be creative, and be consistent with myself. I've started a little food diary like you've suggested and I keep reminding myself that I can eat lots of GOOD food, being careful is only for my benefit and good health and things could be a lot worse !