I got my results back from Immuno Labs on my food sensitivities. My doctor had me tested and we went over the results.
Can anyone offer guidance based on my results? Thanks
I feel like I need some guidance. I had some blood work done recently and found I have sensitivities to a lot of foods. The main ones that are really tough for me are:
Yeast (Bakers and Brewers)
They are also testing my blood against other beans so I might have reactions to other beans, GREAT!
Stir fries and bean dishes are huge with me.
I literally am running out of things to eat. I typically eat 3-4,000 calories a day. So now I am having buckwehat pancakes and a few cups of oatmeal at breakfast just to get as many calories in me as possible.
Some of these things are almost impossible to avoid. Yeast? I have been trying to make tofu/veggie stir fry but realized that my gluten free soy sause may have yeast in it even though it does not say anything on the bottle about yeast! I use a gluten free soy sause from Whole Foods but it contain alcohol so it probably has yeast.
No more stir fry.
I am also told by my doc to eat like NO fat because they found a parasite in my blood that creates biofilms that apparently clear up on a low to no fat diet.