Free-range eggs try not to have more than 3 or 4 per week (avoid them altogether if you suffer with migraines or you suspect you are sensitive to them) Dried fruit limit to 1 to 2 tablespoons per day (avoid any dried fruit that contains preservatives)
Olive oil, sunflower oil, canola oil Butter use minimal butter Vinegars use in dressings but don't overdo them (avoid these if you have had chronic thrush, tinea or cystitis - use lemon juice instead) Mustard
Honey, maple syrup and rice syrup use sparingly as a sweetener in place of sugar
Miso use a small amount in soups, sauces and dressings Naturally fermented soy and tamari sauces minimise or avoid these sauces if you have had recurring thrush, tinea, cystitis (avoid soy sauce if you have coeliac disease or if you are gluten or wheat sensitive)
Shellfish (avoid if you are allergic to or suspect you are sensitive to them) Canned tomatoes okay on occasion, although fresh tomatoes are always preferable
Rye, spelt, barley and oat products bread, crispbread, muesli (avoid all these if you have coeliac disease or if you suspect you are sensitive to gluten)
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