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    coral steward — 28.06.2017 13:35
    I have been diagnosed with fibro myalgia. I have found what I have read very helpful. There is some things I have found to trigger reactions and they are any Soya products, peppers chilli and sweet peppers especially the green. I have to be extremely careful in what I buy. But with chocolate as long as it hasn't any Soya in is fine. that goes for cakes, biscuits any food products with Soya in. I avoid like the plague.

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      earle — 29.06.2017 09:32
      Hello Coral, Thank you for your comment. Recognising a pattern between the foods you eat and the onset of symptoms is the best way to create your personal dietary plan.

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