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Dysbiosis treatment caused food intolerances? 5 months 1 day ago #1

  • AlexR
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Hello,

I thought I'd put this out there in case anybody else has has a similar experience

I have been suffering from gut issues for the past three years, causing a variety of symptoms including feeling hungover after consuming sugar or carbs. A year and a half ago I had tests done through Genova Diagnostics showing and imbalance of bacteria in the gut. My functional medicine doctor had me take some natural supplements to kill of the bacteria ( uva ursi and an antifungal/ antimicrobial blend with berberine) as well taking probiotics. I noticed a reduction in many of my symptoms including reflux, itchiness and yeast symptoms however during this time my food sensitivities worsened and have continued to do so. I now can only tolerate raw broccoli, beef, eggs, almonds, walnuts, olive oil and coconut oil. Anything else will make me feel hungover within a few minutes and I will feel hungover the entire next day. I haven't tested my BAC levels yet to test for possible autobrewery disease but should do so. Has anybody else had a similar experience?

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Dysbiosis treatment caused food intolerances? 2 months 5 days ago #2

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Hi... I have been dealing with Candida issues probably my whole life, unknowingly; my first awareness of Candida was about 18 years ago, at which time I first eliminated dairy for two weeks, and saw no change. Then I eliminated gluten and on the third day began to pass mucous in my stools. In the following days I seemed to react to almost every food I ate, but could see no clear pattern. The good news for me is that those allergic reactions lessened over time and quit being acute in about four months. Like you, I have found that sequence of events quite puzzling.
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