I'm Allergic To Everything HELP!
Greetings, greetings Eric Bakker from New Zealand naturopath. I have an interesting question here again, like I usually get from subscribers. This person's called "Bring Agaim" that's an interesting name, "Bring Agaim". "I hope that you can post a video on how to heal leaky gut when I'm allergic to many foods such as fish, chicken, beef and pork broth. Major types of spices include cinnamon and black pepper. The only protein I've found is tofu and soybeans that I'm not allergic to."
Judging by this question here, I've got a feeling the person may be Asian. Am I correct? Pork broth. Not many people have pork broth. I think Chinese people or Vietnamese people have pork broth. Major types of spices including cinnamon and black pepper. So, how to heal leaky gut when allergic to all of these foods. Well, the first thing that you'll want to do is do some testing. Don't make assumptions. Get your tests done first. A stool test or a breath test. A sibo breath test to determine what is going on in your tummy.
Why have you got this allergy. And is it an allergy or is it an intolerance. Do you have immune reactions against these foods, or do you gut related digestive reactions which are more related to poor enzyme control of the body. This could well be a problem, you may have an issue there with your stomach or your pancreas. It may not be an allergy at all. So I think you need to do a little bit more digging in there and a bit deeper.
All these foods that you mention here too is I don't believe are allergies. I've never seen anybody with an allergy against fish, chicken, beef and pork all at the same time. I've never seen one. And I can tell you, I've done thousands of allergy tests. These include taking blood out of someone, centra fusing it, sending it to a lab, getting that blood serum checked with about a hundred foods. I've done this now for twenty years with many, many people. And I have yet to see someone with all of these meat allergies all at the same time.
I have seen some beef allergies, I must admit. I've also seen some fish allergies. Fish allergies are quite rare on the food allergy profile. I might see one in a few thousand. They do come up every now and then. Chicken allergies I've never seen. I've never ever seen an actual allergy towards chicken meat. I've seen allergies on eggs, duck eggs and chicken eggs, but not the actual meat itself off the chicken. So that'll be a first. Beef, yes I have also seen it, but again, it's not common. It's quite rare. But we do occasionally see it. Same with pork.
So yeah, I mean are these allergies? Maybe they're not allergies, maybe you haven't quite got it figured out yet, you know? So I would say get some testing done first to see. And the testing that you need depends really on where the symptoms are. If you feel the symptoms are really lower down, you know like the bowl or small bowl, you'll get a stool test done. If you feel the symptoms are higher up, you may want to get a breath test done to determine, you know whether you've got a small intestinal problem. If you can afford to, you get a breath test done and a stool test done both at the same time. Which gives you a great understanding of the whole GI track.
So, but yeah I like tofu. I mean it's a great food. The only protein I have is tofu and soy beans that I'm not allergic to. A few people have actually left my channel because they say, "You promote soy, you promote tofu. These are toxic foods that kill people! They turn men into homosexuals, they turn babies into retarded beings." I hear all this kind of crap. I honestly don't know where people get it from. I've got no idea. So yeah, Bring Agaim. Your name, Bring Agaim. Do some testing. Go and see a doctor who can really get you that help and get you to the bottom of the problem. Because I don't think these are allergies. Thanks for your questions.