Nope. Not trying to put you down. I don't respond to a lot of threads (mostly just stick to my journal) so what I said might have come out wrong. Let me try again.I'm not sure if you are trying to help me or criticise/put me down (no offence!)
You've tried a lot of things, spent a lot on supplements, gotten tests at the doctor's, and you are still in the same position you were in before. Everyone, including me is giving you advice to try this or eliminate that.
But I'm just not sure you can rule out some of the causes that you have ruled out. The example I gave before was histamine intolerance. My question was whether you could rule out a histamine intolerance if you were eating a high histamine diet while taking that supplement.
I wasn't trying to link coconuts and histamines. But I was asking the same question as before. Let's say you have a problem with coconut yogurt, coconut milk and coconut flour. If shredded coconuts make their way into a third of your meals in the last two weeks, how will you rule out whether shredded coconut is causing a problem?The coconut thing, I should have been clearer. It's shredded coconut and coconut oil for the past few months. 2 years with the oil. The yoghurt is just a few days and I will never touch coconut milk again.
The histamine supplement was taken a long time ago, when I barley ate any coconut products at all.
Not trying to get into a pissing match with you about whether you are or aren't depressed/anxious. Part of the Primal message is that diet is only part of our health issues. Stress, sleep irregularities, family support, lack of play, being out in nature, all play a role and can have a confounding effect on what you are doing with your diet.Stress/depression? Not sure what you mean? I'm not stressed/depressed because I only work one day a week or stressed/depressed because I can only work one day and earn so much money? I think everyone worries about money, but in the context to what I earn, all the money I can spare goes on high quality food. If I can't afford food, I sell things I don't longer need. I'm generally happy that I don't have the 'corporate burnout' that most of my family have and I love not having to moan about my boring job. It's not my career and it pays the bills so I'm happy!
Something in your posts resonated with me enough to respond, maybe because i can remember being just as desperate over my own health problems. So good luck. Please check back in after your high fruit experiment. I'm curious to see if that will help.