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    I woke up with puffy eyes. My family already thinks I am far too occupied with my health stuff. How can I find things (easily) that are not cross contaminated? Must I call each company that I buy from?

    I am not talking about gluten free this or that, but coconut flour, almond flour, and what should be 1 thing in a bag.

    Diana

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    Kate OsbornePeter Osborne
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    It is always a good idea to investigate by calling the company.

    You might also have additional food allergy testing performed.  I recommend EAB labs for this.

    All the best,

    Dr. O

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    “You might also have additional food allergy testing performed. I recommend EAB labs for this. “

    I looked into EAB a bit and saw they do Elisa testing. I had it done, so I am not clear what you meant yet. Either more items or a different test, or you didn’t realize that I did it. We can talk about it if I ever get to setting up a consultation.

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