How to use gene mutations to identify food allergies in thyroid disease, Hashimoto’s, autoimmune disease, Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue

Did you know there are genetic markers (gene mutations called SNPs) that indicate precisely which kind of diet you should be eating? It seems silly to GUESS at how you should be eating for your ‪#‎thyroid‬ ‪#‎autoimmunedisease‬ or ‪#‎fibromyalgia‬ ‪#‎chronicfatigue‬ or to follow a popular diet of the moment. It’s in your genes. Get simple affordable genetic testing (saliva test — $120) and then get in touch (lizschau@gmail) so we can deduce which foods you need to emphasize and which you need to omit.

Examples: people homozygous for salicylate intolerance should not be eating trendy things like coconut oil, almond flour, berries, turmeric and other anti – inflammatory spices. (And many others…)

People homozygous for oxalate storage and vitamin B12 mutations should not be eating dark leafy greens, nuts and seeds, white and sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and many other foods.

People with mutations for high ammonia and improper sulfur detoxification should not be eating high protein diets and should eat a low sulfur diet (no cabbage, onion, garlic, and more).

There are so many more gene mutations with dietary implications. Start at the beginning — your genes — to get specific guidance for improving your health and symptoms.

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