Food Allergies - I am becoming allergic to EVERYTHING!

About 5 years ago I started having very loose stools, stopped absorbing my food and had a burning irritated stomach. I started noticing a correlation with milk and eventually figured out that I had a dairy allergy. Once I cut dairy out of my diet the burning in my stomach went away, I began absorbing my food again and everything went back to normal. Since then I have slowly but surely become allergic to just about all foods including rice, soy, chicken/egg, beef, pork, fish/seafood, wheat, nuts, potatoes etc. I am basically living on two foods now, corn and quinoa. I can also have some green vegetables such as broccoli, asparagus and leafy greens. However, with history as a guide I know it is only a matter of time (maybe months) before I become allergic to these foods as well. I am beginning to get quite scared about what is going to happen in 12 months or so. I have seen several Dr.s regarding this, including GI docs, Primary Care docs, an allergist and I mention it to every doctor I come in contact with including my Diabetes and Rheumatoid Arthritis doctor and I seem to get the same response from all of them, something like "hmm, don't know", then they shrug their shoulders and remind me to schedule another appointment. The most recent Allergist I visited did take me serious and did all kinds of testing. All the Igg testing came back negative but then that is not a surprise as I haven't eaten most of these foods in several months and some even years. Once ...
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