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  1. Canola oil is not a natural food for humans. Liquid vegetable oils have been newly introduced into the human diet since the start of the industrial age, and are nothing like what we evolved on.
  2. I use NOW brand 400 unit d-alpha Tocopheryl. The following information is on the label: What does the label on yours say?
  3. That happened to me. Abdominal tenderness and cramping, feverish, feeling of being deathly ill. Decaf didn't help me, either. I found I can drink a cup of coffee once or twice a year. Eating breakfast out isn't the same without coffee. Most places can't make tea worth drinking.
  4. I've read that soy issues start with skin exposure and progress to dietary intolerance.
  5. I always use separately purchased spices, though sometimes I mix some myself. My mother never buys spices separately. When I wanted to sprinkle pepper on something at the table, she didn't have any, just lots of bottles of "seasoning blends".
  6. Considering how limited your diet is, you could very well be malnourished. A vitamin pill is not a substitute for an adequate diet, and a lot of the more expensive vitamins are barely there.
  7. How much fat do you have in your diet? If you don't have enough, that alone would cause dry skin that will crack. You need to get a nutrition guide and write down everything you eat for a while, analyzing for fat, protein and carbohydrates. If you're not getting 30% fat it's probably not enough...
  8. My sister's pain in the lower right side of her abdomen turned out to be Crohn's disease.
  9. It always seems like, regardless of how well they have put together a varied menu with acceptable dinner options there's nothing for dessert that doesn't contain gluten. Dang.
  10. It always seems like, regardless of how well they have put together a varied menu with acceptable dinner options there's nothing for dessert that doesn't contain gluten. Dang.