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Hi I’m on day 26 and my skin has gotten progressively worse. My skin was never that bad and it looks worse than ever before, mainly on my chin. The other places where I don’t have breakouts, my skin definitely feels better but I am so confused by these breakouts, I never get these I was wondering if I could maybe have an issue with eggs? I HATE eggs. But I’ve been eating them every day because of whole30 - 2 a day and recently have had a dish with eggs in it (whole30 meatloaf). I never ever eat eggs in my normal life other than if it’s baked into something. Is it possible it could be the eggs? That’s the only thing I can think of..
I am on Day 16 of my first round of Whole30. I decided to do Whole30 to find food sensitivities that are responsible for my eczema, gas/bloating, and diarrhea. Oats were a staple in my breakfast meal plan before I started Whole30. Without them, I've been consuming a lot more eggs than ever before in my life. On Day 9, my eczema flared up really bad, and a week later, it still isn't better. I am also experiencing some stomach distress. Could this be caused by an egg allergy or sensitivity? If so, how should I proceed (other than cut out eggs and see what happens). The only other food I have been consuming more is almond butter.
PLEASE HELP I did the Whole30 in September 2016. Shortly after I completed the Whole30, I started getting hives every time I would work out. I started at a new gym at the same time so I thought for a long time that I was allergic to something they were cleaning the gym with. It has taken me until now to realize that the Whole30 could have uncovered something I am intolerant to and I still get hives every single time I work out. It takes somewhere between 1-2 hours for the hives to go away. Has anyone had a similar problem? I'm sure it's a food allergy, but the fact that it's only triggered when I work out is what is stumping me. Any advice is welcome. Thank you!