gweneddk Posted June 7, 2013 Share Posted June 7, 2013 I'm only on Day 10, but I have told several friends and colleagues about the "elimination diet" that I am doing and that one of the goals is to help determine food sensitivities. In my case, I suspect mild sensitivities to gluten and soy, and possibly to large quantities of dairy. One of the quesitons that has come up from several different individuals is: "Doesn't cutting something out for 30 days make you potentially more sensitive to that food?" We know that if someone puts us in a pitch dark room for 24 hours, our eyes will be very sensitive to a bright light. I have heard stories from vegetarians who go back to eating meat but their digestive system has a hard time. Perhaps this is covered in the book--I haven't read it because I have a tendency towards analysis paralysis and I knew everything I needed to know is on the website. However, it would be good to have an answer when people ask about this! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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