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  1. Thanks. Now that I think about it, I suppose it is mostly sugar that I'm craving. I'm also craving carbohydrates like breads and breakfast cereals, which I know have a similar effect to sugar in the body.
  2. Hi, I am trying to do the AIP diet to improve healing, but I've been running into a few problems with it. The problem I'm having right now is that I simply don't want to eat the food on the AIP diet because my body craves high-sugar, high-fat, and high-salt foods. I know that these foods...
  3. I was eating the blueberries at the same time as other foods, so it's possible that they might not have even been a problem, but I thought I would mention them anyway in case it helped people to work out what was happening. It was mostly the dairy alternative products that I was having problems...
  4. Thanks for your help. I have just one more question. Is this ingredient something that I might be able to tolerate when I am fully healed, or will I always need to avoid it?
  5. Wow, thanks for that - I never would have figured that out. So this microbial transglutaminase is in a lot of foods then? Is there any way to tell which foods have it and which don't? I guess the best way to avoid it is to stick to unprocessed foods? Is it used in canned Salmon? That...
  6. Hi, I am having a weird problem that I am hoping to get some advice on. I usually eat the same thing every day with a few small variations. Lately I have been trying to introduce some new foods into my diet, and I seem to be reacting to these new foods for no apparent reason. I get all...
  7. I meant that I might run into deficiencies because I might not be eating a wide enough variety of foods.
  8. Hi knitty kitty, Yes, that sounds like a good plan. I do have one concern though - I am worried that if I make the diet too simple I will run the risk of developing nutrient deficiencies. Like you said, I probably already have deficiencies, so is this something to be worried about? Or will...
  9. I'm struggling with food preparation and cooking. My short term memory is bad and I already struggle with organizing and planning meals, and this is much harder on such a restrictive diet like AIP. I just can't seem to remember all the steps that are required, like how much food I need to buy...
  10. Hi cyclinglady, Yes, that was me with the peanuts. I visited an allergist back in March and was tested for a peanut allergy and the result was negative. I told the allergist that I was celiac and he said the most likely scenario is that the peanuts were contaminated with gluten (there was a...
  11. Hi, I accidentally ate gluten a few weeks ago and am still having issues. I recently tried going lactose-free because I know that lactose is one of the main intolerances that appears when we eat gluten. However, the lactose-free products that I tried made me feel even worse. I tried replacing...
  12. Sorry for the confusion. I will look at the links you posted to see if there are differences in the diets. Paleo AIP is very restrictive and one of those diets might be easier.
  13. This is the diet I'm talking about. Paleo AIP is an extension of the Paleo diet. https://thepaleoway.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/TPW_AIP_FoodList.pdf
  14. Hi everyone, Since going gluten-free I have not healed properly and I believe that this is due to leaky gut and other food intolerances. There was a few diets recommended to me on this website to improve healing. One of them was the Paleo AIP diet. I wanted to do the Paleo AIP diet because...