What Does Your Primary Food Intolerance(s) Mean?:
Click each one below to see what keywords to look for:
DairyMilk, cream, butter, cheese, yogurt, goat milk, goat cheese, goat yogurt, buttermilk, whey, ghee, caseinate, lactic acid, lactose, lactylate, casein, calcium phosphate, calcium propionate, lactoferrin, most probiotics or lactobacillus.
EggAny poultry egg, any fish egg, egg yolk, egg white, eggshell in Calcium supplements, egg lecithin, lecithin, most pastry products, most cookies, pretzels, breaded or coated foods, tempura batters, angel food cake.
PotatoPotato, sweet potato, yams, Jicama, Jerusalem artichokes (Sun Chokes), Kabuki squash, potato flour, potato starch, Niacin, Thiamin, Riboflavin, added B vitamins, enriched flour, enriched grain, dextrose, iodized salt, baking powder, most yeast, modified food starch, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, vegetable broth, MSG aka “natural flavorings”, propylene glycol, polyethylene glycol (PEG), some plastics in bottles and food storage bags, penicillin related antibiotics, and possibly some Xanthum gum, cellulose, and guar gum fillers.
FruitApple, grapes, cherries, strawberries, pears, berries, banana, kiwi, all citrus, fruit wine, fruit vinegar, citric acid, ascorbic acid, papaya, coconut, avocado, dates, olive, palm, artificial fruit flavoring, sorbitol, polysorbate-80, fruit glycerin, vegetable glycerin, all yogurts, annatto coloring, Vitamin A Palmitate, fructose, coconut sugar, date sugar, tamarind, sodium laurel sulfate, cola, cashew, nutmeg, cream of tartar, earl gray tea, and juniper berry.
MeatBeef, buffalo, deer, elk, lamb, mutton, emu, ostrich, chicken, turkey, game hens, lard, tallow, jello, bouillon, gravy, solid shortenings, rennet in cheese, sodium stearate, magnesium stearate, feathered or hooved animals, insects, and all fats, oils, gelatin from meat.
MinesaltSalt mined from the earth, “Real Salt”, Himalayan Salt, canning or pickling salt, salt.
SeafoodAny plant or animal that lives in the water, freshwater fish, saltwater fish, clams, oysters, crustaceans, iodine, kelps, seaweeds, iodized salt, some Vitamin D, Vitamin E, CoQ10, shark cartilage extracts, algae, agar-agar, carrageenan, mixed tocopherols.
GrainWheat, rye, barley, rice, corn, oats, flax, sesame, sunflower, buckwheat, millet, wild rice, quinoa, Kamut, amaranth, corn oil, sesame oil, flaxseed oil, sunflower oil, malt vinegar, distilled white grain vinegar, rice vinegar, beer, whiskey, noodles, bread, cornstarch, wheat germ, bran, liquors.
SugarWhite sugar, brown sugar, raw sugar, turbinado, sucrose, molasses, sorghum, sorghum flour, high fructose corn syrup, cane sugar, and beet sugar.
HoneyHoney, royal jelly, bee pollen, propolis, honeycomb, baklava, honeybush (Roobios).
SoyTofu, tempeh, miso, soy sauce, soy lecithin, soy milk, soy nuts, soy margarine, soy nut butter, Edamame, TVP (textured vegetable protein), soy wax on fruits or cucumbers, soy in chocolates.
Windrose Clinic’s Favorite References:
Song of Health – Is a website dedicated to offering subscribers further information on food groups and their derivatives in order to help everyone avoid their specific food intolerances.
EWG.org: This is a website in which you can search your personal care products for toxic elements and chemical exposures.
Azure Standard.com: This co-op is often a great source for bulk and organic foods.
Windrose Clinic sources care from the following laboratories:
Doctor’s Data Inc.
Meridian Valley Lab
Naturopathic Associations Dr. Letitia is involved with:
Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Naturopathic Medicine Institute