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PreventionPrevention is the best cure, therefore it pays to prevent food allergies.
How can you prevent food allergies? You can prevent all food allergies, if you eat no more often than once every five days, the same food, or the foods of the same food family.
Issue: The issue is, you develop food allergies partly because you eat the same foods too frequently. Or because you eat the foods of the same food family too frequently.
Food families: There is not enough space here to list all of them. However, for starters, you need to know that there are 50+ food families.
Grass food family: One food family is the so called "Grass food family" that includes bamboo, barley, corn, hominy, malt, millet, oat, popcorn, rice, rye, sorghum, sugar cane and wheat.
The most common food allergies are wheat allergy, and milk allergy.
One example of prevention: Using the example of wheat — and based on what we've said so far — if you want to avoid wheat allergy, then, if you ate wheat on day 1, then you should wait till day 6 before eating any more wheat, bamboo, barley, corn, hominy, malt, millet, oat, popcorn, rice, rye, sorghum and sugar. Why? Because, just like wheat, all of these other foods belong to the (same) Grass food family.
Sources and references(1) Personal experiences of the author.
(2) "Food Allergies and Food Intolerance", by Brostoff, ISBN 0892818754
(3) "Feed yourself right" by Lendon Smith, M.D., ISBN 9780440200666.
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