Our expert says:
No Gamma GT of 29 is not too bad - we start worrying when it goes into the hundreds! 10-70 U per liter is still within normal limits
Have you seen a dietician specializing in food allergies yet? They can do an Elimination and re-challenging diet (also called elimination and provocation diet). This technique involves eliminating suspected foods from the diet one at a time until the symptoms disappear. Then individual foods are reintroduced one at a time to see if an allergic reaction develops.
Foods frequently responsible for food allergies include:
Shellfish (such as shrimp, crab, and lobster)
Tree nuts (namely, walnuts, almonds, and pecans)
Peanuts (which are legumes, not true nuts)
Fruits (particularly strawberries, but also melons, pineapple, and other tropical fruits)
Food additives (such as dyes, thickeners, and preservatives; monosodium glutamate [MSG] is a common food allergy in this category)
Foods that may cause intolerance include:
Wheat and other gluten-containing grains
Cows milk and other dairy products
see also http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/food_allergy.html
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