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Lots of questions...
by: Kerri Knox, RN-The Immune Health Queen!

The answer to your question is that yes, certain skin lesions CAN be due to gluten sensitivity. It can't hurt to try out a gluten free diet to see if that helps them.

If you can't tolerate soy, then by all means, don't eat soy. Soy is a HIGHLY allergenic food, is generally loaded with pesticides if it is not organic, is mostly Genetically Modified (GMO) and in general is not good for most people.

When we got all of the information from Japan about the benefits of soy, the information that got filtered to us, left out the part that the VAST majority of soy eaten in Japan is FERMENTED soy, which eliminates a substance called phytic acid. But Americans went on a soy feeding frenzy and almost none is fermented.

So, soy in general is not good for the vast majority of people. But fermented soy in small amounts in the form of Tempeh and Miso can be good for you.

But to answer all of your questions would take a long time, so if you'd like me to answer all of your questions, I'll ask that you get a Telephone Consultation and I'll be happy to answer all of your questions!

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Health Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune

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