Question about eggs and autoimmune diseases
I've been primal for about 2 1/2 months now. I don't do dairy or nightshades, due to having an autoimmune disease (MS). It was quite tough giving up dairy, and even now, I have cheese once in a while. =/ My question pertains to eggs and autoimmune diseases. I read somewhere that they can irritate the gut the same as dairy and gluten (with some people)? Personally, I haven't had too many symptoms from the start, pertaining to my MS. Just fatigue on occasion, and that has cleared up! SO I don't really know if eggs affect me that much. Lack of symptoms does not always mean MS is not progressing, as you probably know. I'm assuming it's not getting any worse though. =)
I've even watched Cordain's video presentation on how a paleolithic diet can affect MS. I don't think he mentioned eggs. I should mention that I do eat fatty meats on a regular basis, not just lean meats. I think that's the main difference between primal and paleo, besides dairy in moderation with primal (which I don't do, as mentioned). Anyway, should I be cutting out eggs as well? Will dairy on very rare occasion hurt?? I can give up my occasional cheese "splurge." But....my eggs!?
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