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I just started the diet, I’m only 4 days into it. however, I’m not seeing any changes so far, which is somewhat discouraging… maybe because I’ve read so many success stories, I can’t understand how come my symptoms don’t improve!
Jaeme, JI, did it take long in your cases for the diet to kick in?
my main symptoms are sore throat, hoarseness, and bad breath and dry mouth in the morning. I usually do better after breakfast, and slowly get more symptoms by late afternoon/evening. I’ve been eating low- to moderate FP, in the 30-40 range. I was diagnosed with LPR 2 years ago, after suffering from a persistent sore throat for about a year. it did improve, however, when I cut out milk so I was thinking maybe reintroducing heavy cream and cream cheese made things worse… officially, I’m *not* lactose intolerant, the tests did not show anything.