Do I need to avoid all AIP's forbidden foods if my food intolerance test shows that I am not intolerant to them?

Asked on September 11, 2016
Created September 11, 2016 at 4:55 PM

Hello everyone! I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis, polycystic ovaries and IBS with fat malabsorption and intolerance to acidic foods (I feel nauseous, have dyspepsia and colon spams when I eat greasy or if I have acidic fruits on an empty stomach, sometimes even greasy stools; and I can't eat nuts, butter, chocolate, etc. anymore). No doctor was able to diagnose anything else than IBS or help me. My hypothesis is that I could have a leaky gut, so I would like to start the paleo Auti-Immune Protocol now. The problem is that I'm a studen with a low budget (90$/month), and I'm not sure I will succeed because of all the AIP's food restrictions, knowing that I can't eat anything related to coconut except the dry flesh as it makes me really sick (neausea)... I had a food intolerance test done two years ago and I found out that I'm intolerant to several foods (cows milk, eggs, yeast, gluten, grape, lychee, brazil, barley/malt, beef, chili pepper, kiwi, lamb and cruciferous vegetables). So my question is: do you think it would be enough to eat paleo and just avoid all of the other paleo food I'm intolerant to? Or will my immune system be triggered by the other "forbidden" foods nevertheless?

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