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Old 03-24-2013, 12:19 PM   #21
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I have never heard of eggs making one break out but hey anything is possible. I know my younger sister could not have flouride treatments at the dentist bc she was allergic to them but she can brush her teeth just fine with regular toothpaste and not break out. Can you eat other foods that have eggs in them?
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Of course not, if they are causing discomfort why continue to eat them? recently i've made the decision to cut out grains as they cause me great discomfort. I just gotta drink more milk to make up for the lost macro's but that suits me
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I have never heard of eggs making one break out but hey anything is possible. I know my younger sister could not have flouride treatments at the dentist bc she was allergic to them but she can brush her teeth just fine with regular toothpaste and not break out. Can you eat other foods that have eggs in them?
When I was a kiddie, I used to break out in red spots, after eating eggs; I think I've grown out of it though, though sometimes they make me vomit, so probably not fully resolved. On occasion, I've linked it back to the feed that the chickens have had, especially when acquired from smallholders.
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