Sulfite sensitivity

Sulfites. Ah, sulfites. The things that no one knows exist until someone you know starts being all sensitive about them. I have been diagnosed with a “sulfite sensitivity.” First, what’s a sulfite? Well, sulfites, or sulfiting agents are inorganic salts that naturally occur in things, but are also used (created versions or otherwise) commonly as… Continue reading Sulfite sensitivity

Alpha-gal and sulfite sensitivity, a hopeless combination

So here's what I couldn't have (that was previously in my regular diet): meat from any mammal: beef, pork, lamb, goat, deer, rabbit...etc. etc. seafood. I could go fishing, but most store-bought frozen seafood has been preserved in some way, usually by sulfites garlic, onions, tomatoes, grapes: all have naturally occurring sulfites potatoes, green beans,… Continue reading Alpha-gal and sulfite sensitivity, a hopeless combination