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@tekkie3

Yes, to a registered dietician and also to a gastroenterologist. I have been diagnosed as having no official foods allergies or intolerances. Although my current insights in to sugar reduction from my diet have shown me that that may have been my only issue all along, as I have been enjoying whole milk, brussel sprouts, broccoli, beans and onions again with zero gastrointestinal side effects.

On a semi-related note, I have been using Truvia and Erythritol in place of regular sugar in my weight loss journey since Oct. 15th and have lost 17 lbs. as of today. Do you know if these processed sugars are "safe" or just as bad as other artificial sweeteners?

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I'm happy to hear you've seen both specialists and that there was nothing diagnostic found. Way to go cutting back on your sugar intake! Anything specific that has helped you curb cravings? Halloween candy is still in the pantry.. eek!

I responded to your Truvia/Erythritol question in a separate post. Congratulations on your weight loss!

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