- What foods have Lectins?
- Can the same fruits or vegetables be high or low in lectins depending upon when it is harvested?
- What symptoms do Lectins cause?
- How do I avoid them?
- You may be asking - WHY DO I FEEL SO BAD, WHEN I EAT SO GOOD.
- Why are my Food Allergy Antibody tests always negative?
Immature or Out-of-Season Fruit and Vegetables producing Seeds are protected by toxic LECTINS. When Autoimmune or Immune Compromised individuals eat them; their Immune System is provoked. Lectins can stimulate the Immune System WITHOUT ANTIBODIES being involved. This inflammatory reaction from LECTINS can range from mild to severe, depending on your immune status.
Lectins become Edible Enemies. You need to know
- What is Safe to Eat?
- When is it Safe to Eat?
- How can you make them safer to eat?
The Autoimmune Diet Lectin Avoidance Guidelines answer these questions with easy to follow diagrams and recommendations.
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