Post # 16
Hi, I have the same problem, I get pretty bloated throughout the day, even when I am eating well. I went to a naturopath and had a food sensitivity test done. These Igg tests are pretty controversial but since my health benefits cover the costs I figured I would try it out. I get my results back on Wednesday. I think the plan is to cut the foods out of my diet and let my body heal and then slowly reintroduce. I will let you know how it goes.
Post # 17
lola5 : Yes, please let me know. This might be something I need to do as well.
Post # 18
I recently cut gluten, dairy, and added sweetners from my diet to help with my fertility issues. I don’t notice a huge immediate difference when I do cheat and eat a little, but a lot of what I’ve read says that those things can contribute to inflimation so trying an elimination diet might be helpful. I’ll let you know if I start noticing a difference after I’ve been doing it longer, if I can stick to it and behave lol
Post # 19
Any update bee? I have coeliac and got a blood test to diagnose, then an endoscopy to confirm. As a PP said if you get tested you NEED a reasonable amount of whatever is being tested for in your system. I grew up with an aversion to pastry products, Milo, etc, because they hurt my tummy. It wasn’t until I went through a really traumatic event and stress flared it up enough that someone thought to check. In the back of my head I always *knew* it wasn’t right. Having now given up all gluten, my reaction is 50x worse if I do accidentally (or snaccidentally 🙁 ) eat any.