Overall advice on improving living with tendonitis, yeast sensitvity issues
I live in a humid, moldy climate (Baton Rouge, LA).
I have allergies (inhalants: mold, pollen dust, yeast and yeast sensitvity food allergy)in addition to psoriasis and tendonitis. When weather is humid I definitely feel the effects.
My home was bought new 6 years ago. I follow all the allergy protocols for clean interior environments (HEPA filters, windows closed, change AC filters often, house is cleaned by others frequently, no carpets, no fabrics, mattress / pillow covers, etc.
Moving may be the answer. After vacationing in Colorado for 10 days my symptoms were greatly improved.
Dietician with yeast sensitivity experience, and related medical specialists are consulted regularly. (Allergist/ENT, rheumatologist, othopedist, GP, gastroenterologist, medical research fellow immunolgist/internist/allergist, dermatologist). Other therapies include UVB treatments, ASTYM therapy for tendontis. I've had tendonitis in all major joints in the pst 2 years.
Diet has been controlled for 2.5 years. Strict no sugar, vinegar, alcohol, yeast. All natural produce, proteins mostly. Identical to your diet. Purchased your e Book yesterday. The beef bone broth is cooking as we speak (Day 2 of3)!!
I take food and inhalant allergy drops going on 1 year. I have been taking inhalant shots since 6/2008 when first diagnosed with yeast sensitivity after getting an undiagnosed yeast infection for 8 months from Asmacort (asthma preventive corticosteroid inhaler). I am at the lower sensitivity range. I hope that this sensitivity will be greatly diminished when the brewer's yeast sensitivity is overcome.
I take supplements and will tweak these per your supplements list.
I exercise - walk 30-40 minutes each day and do simple yoga stretches. I have not been able to work out with weights since late October due to ongoing tendonitis in forearms (twice in 2 years, shoulder tendonitis, and knee tendonitis. I have been weight training since I was 18 years old. I am 54.
Any other recommendations or suggestions to cover all the bases is greatly appreciated.