Is eating the same food almost everyday a sure way to become intolerant to that food or is that just a myth? Traditional cultures seem to have no problems , I think, from consuming the same thing day in day out.
My son has a "true" allergy to brazil nuts which could kill him. My feel is that the rest is intolerance due to leaky gut. I was "allergic to everything" and they all went away when I stopped eating wheat.
Gotta heal the gut.
Robb Wolf says something in this regards in his podcast. Basically he says that eating for instance eggs everyday could be a problem - not because of cholesterol of course - but because you are eating the same thing every day and he specifically says that he does not like to eat anything that often as one could develop some intolerances.
I find this a bit of a problem, i.e. variety. I feel that in paleo (plus histamine intolerance), once I find food that I digest well I tend to stick with those way too often. In my opinion this is also a problem in terms of micronutrients ratios and deficiencies. One should make an effort of varying his diet a bit.
Well, I am allergic/sensitive to eggs since a week ago, after eating an average of 5 per day for a while. (Swollen throat, rash) So, I'm pretty sure it's possible, at least for some foods.
No more eggs for me for a while :-(