By going on this site, you agree to the terms explained here, and you agree to take responsibility for your own actions, which includes what you choose to eat.
Nothing on this site is telling you to do anything.
Telling you what you can do, is not the same as telling you to do.
You choose to do what you choose to do—not anyone else, nor this website.
Consult your doctor or medical practitioner before embarking on a new dietary lifestyle.
If you have allergies, or if you don’t have allergies, be responsible and take an allergy test.
Everyone is different, with different sets of pathogens in their body and even different types of blood. Some of these pathogens go crazy for certain foods, and in high amounts it seems as if the body is allergic, when really the body is allergic to the pathogenic activity fueled by that food—a great example is lactose intolerance. The dairy feeds the pathogens that generate disease.
So, for example, if you know or don’t know if you are allergic to peanuts, DON’T EAT PEANUTS. Peanuts aren’t part of the Divinity Diet anyways, because they are slightly toxic. I only mention it because it’s a common nut allergy, and some will think eating raw peanuts is being advocated.
If you might be allergic to any food a part of the Divinity Diet (such as strawberries or nuts), take a food allergy test first before consuming, and after the professional allergy test, test your food reaction out by consuming extremely small portions, waiting a few hours, and then making your assessment.
Here are some lists of foods people are commonly allergic to. Use these lists to educate yourself and make an informed, safe dietary decision:
Most of the foods listed are the same, but maybe you resonate to one site over another.