So what is the difference between die off and a reaction? Anyone? I know I probably read it somewhere but I can't find anything. My reaction to the eggs wasn't severe and didn't include any diarrhea, just stomach cramps and nausea. My husband though made himself some pancakes yesterday and used walnut flour and has now what I would consider die off symptoms. Pretty much looks like he has the flu, no throwing up though. And anything I can do for him? I am kinda a little worried, he was on board because of sme things but I am worried that now he is sick he may not be as supportive. I gave him a massage and he fell asleep so hopefully he wakes up feeling a little better. But I am also curious now that my egg thing wasn't a reaction but a die off? I oly had a few bites. And my skindidn't react to the egg at all.
Absolutely if there is stomach pain back off. Skin rashes, feeling flue-like, tired, just plain "off" can be die-off.
There is a skin test which involves putting a small amount on your skin overnight [useful for eggs and dairy]. Also the test of trying a small amount, like a teaspoon, wait a day for a reaction. If none, try three teaspoons and wait. Just going slow and easy for suspect food.