- January 8, 2013 at 11:44 pm #102081desperateladysavedMember
The blood tests are helpful, but my chiro told me that they are proved or disproved by experience. There is some subjectivity involved and mistakes can be made. I try everything not tested (and not commonly eaten by me) that I can. I added lamb and bison to my diet for variety. I also vary my fish selections. To make the rotational diet work, I needed atleast 4 different proteins. The test looks for antibodies (The body fighting off an out of place food). If you have not eaten it or something like it, you must not have antibodies to it.
I got a virus. It doesn’t seem to be hitting as hard as the last one. Maybe I have found the secret now?
I eat things I am modereatly intolerant of. I admit that buckwheat was the only one considered moderate. The main point, I was told, was not to eat it more often than every 4 days. Our tests were different though.January 9, 2013 at 7:16 am #10209Roberta BylskiMember
I also incorporated grass-fed bison, a while ago, but I feel like I do have a mild reaction and am trying to limit how many times I have this protein. I am going to sit down and try to get a system going for a rotational diet, thanks to you telling me your story. I was always so afraid to incorporate things I have not been tested for, but from what you tell me your experience is with it, I will work hard to stick with it for a while and see what happens.
The bloodwork I had done specifically tested the immune system reaction, so I put a lot of faith in it.
I hope that you feel better soon, and when I caught something a little while ago, it didn’t seem to last as long as it used to, in the past. So, yes , maybe we are getting better.
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