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Fructose is a sort of poison on terms of irritating the endocrine system. It triggers fat hormone ESTROGEN. Detoxifying from fructose is compulsory for normal health. This means stopping eating ALL fruits. The very usual reaction to removing fructose from the body is to LOSE SEVERAL KG of weight without exercise. Try also to remove milk products from your diet (casein triggers estrogen). Remove gluten (it triggers estrogen). Omega 6 fats can cause allergic reaction (triggering estrogen) - can offset it with omega 3 intake. Some veggies have chemicals sprayed on them during growing. Washing them is not enough to avoid allergic reaction. Try to cook it instead of eating raw. The out of normal reactions are usually caused by allergens in food. And many health problems including obesity, stubborn fat are fully traced to Estrogen elevated presence in the body. Passion flower, can lower estrogen. Drink lots of water, soda water is OK it doesn't cause allergy. Drink green tea for it burns calories and can help you lose weight. Green tea will work for you very well after estrogen is vastly lowered. After removing products irritating hormonal system there will be a much fewer products to chose from as the food to eat.Try to see it positive - this was price to pay for getting healed.There is nothing bad in following some narrow path if that is the only way of staying healthy.Ian
 

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"After removing products irritating hormonal system there will be a much fewer products to chose from as the food to eat.Try to see it positive - this was price to pay for getting healed.There is nothing bad in following some narrow path if that is the only way of staying healthy."I have no doubt that all of your chemical reactions are based on someone's research; but we are omnivores. If you choose to so restrict your diet, so be it; but pardon me, I now eat EVERYTHING without more than slight problems and I wouldn't have it any other way. To me, this is not about whipping yourself in a hairshirt, it's about finding ways to live a normal, not a hermit's, life with a chronic condition. I had 10 years of serious D and a bad digestion. I have been able to sidestep that for the past 10 years and achieved a pretty healthy level of activities. That is what I would wish for others.Mark
 
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