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What Does Your Primary Food Intolerance(s) Mean?:

Click each one below to see what key words to look for:

Dairy
  • Milk,
  • cream,
  • butter,
  • cheese,
  • yogurt,
  • goat milk,
  • goat cheese,
  • goat yogurt,
  • buttermilk,
  • whey,
  • ghee,
  • caseinate,
  • lactic acid,
  • lactose,
  • lactylate,
  • casein,
  • calcium phosphate,
  • calcium proprionate,
  • lacto- ferrin,
  • most probiotics or lactobacillus.
Egg
  • Any poultry egg,
  • any fish egg,
  • egg yolk,
  • egg white,
  • eggshell in Calcium supplements,
  • egg lecithin,
  • lecithin,
  • most pastry products,
  • pretzels,
  • breaded or coated foods,
  • tempura batters,
  • angel food cake
Fruit
  • Apple,
  • 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,
  • most 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.
Grain
  • Wheat,
  • 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.
Honey
  • Honey,
  • royal jelly,
  • bee pollen,
  • propolis,
  • honey comb,
  • baklava,
  • honey bush (Roobios).
Meat
  • Beef,
  • 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.
Mine Salt
  • Salt mined from the earth,
  • “Real Salt”,
  • Himalayan Salt,
  • canning or pickling salt,
  • salt.
Potato
  • Potato,
  • sweet potato,
  • yams,
  • Jicima,
  • 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.
Sea Food
  • Any plant or animal that lives in the water,
  • fresh water fish,
  • salt water fish,
  • clams,
  • oysters,
  • crustaceans,
  • iodine,
  • kelps,
  • seaweeds,
  • iodized salt,
  • some Vitamin D,
  • Vitamin E,
  • CoQ10,
  • shark cartilage extracts,
  • algae,
  • agar-agar,
  • carrageenan,
  • mixed tocopherols.
Soy
  • Tofu,
  • tempeh,
  • miso,
  • soy sauce,
  • soy lecithin,
  • soy milk,
  • soy nuts,
  • soy margarine,
  • soy nut butters,
  • Edamame,
  • TVP (textured vegetable protein),
  • soy wax on fruits or cucumbers,
  • soy in chocolates.
Sugar
  • White sugar,
  • brown sugar,
  • raw sugar,
  • turbinado,
  • sucrose,
  • molasses,
  • sorghum,
  • sorghum flour,
  • high fructose corn syrup,
  • cane sugar,
  • and beet sugar.

 

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:

DiagnosTechs
Doctor’s Data Inc.
Meridian Valley Lab

Naturopathic Associations Dr. Letitia is involved with:

Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians

Naturopathic Medicine Institute

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians