Re: Developing new intolerances - Eggs
I don't think that a large gap in between meals has anything to do with it. I wouldn't say it's "normal" to develop intolerances to other foods, but it does happen. Food allergies occur for many reasons, and boy I wish I could cure mine. I can't eat gluten-containing products, dairy, soy, tomato, potato, strawberries, and a whole bunch of other foods that I gobbled down my whole life. Some say food allergies are caused by "leaky gut syndrome" and sometimes, food allergies just develop for no apparent reason. I'm sorry you are having to go through this, because it really is hard. Like 6th sense said, the reactions to foods don't always have to be the same. If I eat dairy, I get acid reflux, low blood sugar, hot, itchy, and nauseous, but if I eat anything that contains gluten, I get the "cold sweats", a hot face, bloated, severely constipated, VERY depressed and whiny and major anxiety. It's different for every food and every person. I wish you luck,
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