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    Charles MarksCharlie
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    One of my first symptoms when I was getting sick was alcohol intolerance.  Actually, when drinking any alcohol, it would immediatley make me feel very bad.  I'm not interested in the brain chemistry of why this happens, but it's bizarre and bothersome considering I had been drinking for ten years before this and never had this problem.  I've come across people who have had alcohol intolerance set in after going gluten free, but I had this severe problem before going gluten free.  I went traditional gluten free for 6 months, then for the past 3 weeks I've been truelly gluten free, but I find if I take a sip of alcohol, immediately I become uncomfortable, nervous, depressed, weird, and do not have any fun, which is very frustrating.  Does tequila and rum have sulphites in them?  According to elisa/act testing im reactive corn syrup and sulphites, among other things which I avoid completely.  

    I'm more curious about solutions that aren't what Dr. Osborne has put out there already and other established strategies about health (I know all these), but instead solutions that people have found truelly reverse their condition. 

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    Judy Simonjutika
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    I react to alcohol as well.  If I have a glass of wine with dinner, I will lie awake most of the night with terrible anxiety.Frown

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    Charles MarksCharlie
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    ya well I'm 22 and this happens to me.  I feel like I have no idea who I am, don't know reality, and just have trouble forming words and interacting when I have one shot of brandy!  When I was 20, I would drink and feel good, feel relaxed, confident, socialable, likeable, and be able to keep and keep drinking and having mroe and more fun.  I've undergone a complete flip on who I am and what defines me, what the hell happened!  How could I degrade so much so quickly!!

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