Multiple Sclerosis, Food Allergies, and Eating Real Food
Posted Jun 13 2009 12:38am
I'm on a real food kick, thinking food is the root of all evil, or at least the root to all my evil. I go Monday for my food allergy tests. I was talking to the mother today, she told me she hoped I was allergic to all my favorite foods and could never eat them again, or did she say that would be horrible, I can't remember? They told me to be prepared to be there up to 4 hours. I told the wife I wasn't sure if I could eat for 4 hours straight, she told me she didn't think they did it that way. What does she think they do, give me needles?
I did talk to the mother tonight, she told me she hoped all went well, and they didn't find anything. That sounds good, but like I told her, the more they find nothing to be causing this mess, the less chance I have at figuring a way of getting rid of these shots, and getting a little bit of relief. I will take a Roger McDougal type story and have a total remission of the ms, but anything at all would be appreciated. I probably am allergic to some of the crap they put in food these days, I just don't know if that will be something they look for.
I keep seeing the phrase, eat like your great grandmother did. I laughed the first time I saw it, but then I started to read a little bit about it. We aren't eating very well as a people, all of this prepackaged food, ready to eat, never goes bad. Morgan Spurlock did an experiment with fast food, the french fries were scary! I wonder how much preservatives you have to put into food to have that happen? We have to be better off eating real food, not food stuff, and also cutting down on all forms of sugar. Thank God there is little or no sugar in pie!