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From: Lisa Trevino (
Subject:         Vitamin/mineral deficiency & citrus fruits
Date: October 15, 2013 at 6:22 am PST

I used to be able to eat grapefruit, oranges, pineapple,
kiwi, all tomatoes, etc without any issues. Since going raw,
I cannot eat ANY citrus fruits, pineapple, kiwi and some
tomatoes without having issues in my mouth and around my
mouth, my tongue would sting, and feel like an open cut, I
would break out and feel acidic around my lips and my lips
would sting, my gums would hurt...etc.

I looked up "deficiency and sensitivity to acidic fruits" and
what came back was some writings about calcium and some
writings about pantothenic acid (Vit B-5).

I can eat mango (but if it is overripe, it has a little sour
effect, so I keep it really ripe, without over.) I can eat
papaya, and organic (only) bananas. My mouth is sensitive to
non-organic nanners.

Anyway, I have been only doing this for a few months and have
already seen amazing results, and I take B-12 as well (shot &
patch). Perhaps there is something I have been deficient in
or am currently while my body is assimilating the lifestyle?

I would appreciate ANY feedback on this from you, Dr. Graham,
and anyone else who has had experience or first hand
knowledge of this happening and it's solution.

Thank you :)
Lisa Trevino

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