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c3mom
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So, I have muscle tested negative to Lyme and Bart and now we are treating EBV.

Yesterday, I had NRT testing and it showed an intolerance for eggs, soy and beef buollion. I didn't test negative to those before (sept) when I intially started trtmnt for the TBD's.

Is my immune system shifting and/or readjusting after all these pathogens are being cleared.

For those who have food intolerances, did they resolve?

Looking for some insight.

Thank you!!

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My gluten intolerance resolved.

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Based on GiGi's comments here, anyone who thinks they've avoided gluten is fooling themselves completely and improvement is not possible without AI treatment. Even when you 'think' you've eliminated it, it's in the meats and other foods we eat. Improvement may be placebo effect if in fact this logic holds.
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c3mom
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Thanks six, that is what I am praying for. How long did it take and did you get a racing heart and or congestion?

Seek, I don't think it is a matter of avoiding, but rather if it resolved or not.

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