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  7. Jane C at |

    Alyson – I, too, will use the word allergy in restaurants. That word does seem to get the immediate attention of waitpersons. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  8. Elizabeth Yarnell at |

    Jane- It is so wonderful to see how quickly your body is responding to your new diet. You are a model LEAP client who felt different within days of eliminating the reaction-causing foods and chemicals. Thanks for sharing your story here!

    Alyson- I totally know what you mean. I, too, use “allergy” when I want to make sure the waitperson is taking my request seriously! Certainly, “allergy” is the most commonly used and understood term in our society, it’s just not always used correctly. :)

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  9. Alyson Stanfield at |

    I know that mine is a gluten sensitivity, but the word “sensitivity” is hard to explain to people. It sounds like nothing bad will happen if I eat it. I use the word allergy with waitpeople and others who might not be in tune with it–though I know it’s incorrect usage of the term. It’s just easier to not have to explain what “sensitivity” means.

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  10. Jane C at |

    I never thought that I had food sensitivities, but I do!!! Thanks to you, Elizabeth, I am experiencing a dramatic reduction in body pain that I have had for 40 some odd years. I cannot thank you enough for giving me back my life!

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