Food Sensitivities

Food Sensitivities

There are several intriguing cases where individuals discovered allergies or sensitivities to foods generally considered healthy, such as salmon, chicken, or vegetables…even foods from Dr. Sebi’s Nutritional Guide. One particularly interesting case involved a young woman who experienced persistent digestive issues and fatigue, despite adhering to a diet rich in vegetables, “lean proteins” like chicken and salmon, and whole grains. After undergoing a comprehensive food sensitivity test, she was surprised to learn that her body was reacting negatively to several of these "healthy" foods.

The Case of the Young Woman Allergic to "Healthy" Foods


A 28-year-old woman had been experiencing unexplained bloating, fatigue, and occasional skin rashes for several years.

She maintained a balanced diet, heavily focusing on vegetables, “lean proteins” like chicken and salmon, and avoiding processed foods.  Why do I put lean proteins in quotations?  Welp, first of all, meats are considered a level 1 or 2 carcinogen.  Second, the best proteins come from plants. For more details, get my first book here! It may still be free?


Chronic bloating and digestive discomfort.

Persistent fatigue despite adequate sleep and exercise.

Sporadic skin rashes without an obvious cause.

Testing and Diagnosis:

After conventional medical tests failed to pinpoint the issue, she decided to take a food sensitivity test.

The test revealed sensitivities to:

Chicken: Often praised for its lean protein content and low-fat profile.

Salmon: Known for its omega-3 fatty acids and heart-healthy benefits.

Spinach, Broccoli, Quinoa: Vegetables renowned for their nutrient density.


Upon eliminating these specific foods from her diet, she noticed a significant improvement in her symptoms.

Her bloating reduced substantially, energy levels increased, and the skin rashes diminished.



Surprise Factor:

Foods like chicken, salmon, vegetables, and grains are typically considered staples of a healthy diet, making this case particularly surprising.

The concept of being sensitive to such nutritious foods challenges common dietary assumptions.


Food sensitivities can develop due to various factors, including gut health, immune system responses, and individual biochemical reactions.

In this case, the woman's immune system likely reacted to proteins or other components in these foods, leading to her symptoms.

Broader Implications:

This case underscores the importance of personalized nutrition and the realization that one-size-fits-all dietary recommendations do not work for everyone.

It also highlights the value of food sensitivity testing for individuals with unexplained health issues, even when those issues arise from consuming foods widely regarded as healthy.


This case exemplifies the complex relationship between diet and health, illustrating that even the most healthful foods can sometimes trigger adverse reactions in certain individuals. It reinforces the need for personalized dietary approaches and the potential benefits of food sensitivity testing in uncovering hidden causes of chronic health problems.  A (modified) fast may be needed to cleanse and reset the digestive system, allowing individuals to reintroduce foods gradually and identify specific sensitivities accurately.

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