Out of curiosity, has anyone ever experienced having a particular food intolerance become more pronounced over a medium to longer term dietary restriction?
What I am getting at is I have developed an greater intolerance to certain carbohydrate foods particularly those high in gluten, yeast and/or glucose. Over the years I've always become a bit bloated eating plenty of carbs - gut churned bad also and I suffered from a hell of a lot of vile gas, so decided to play around with my diet in 2010 to find an optimal ratio of carbs, proteins, fats.
I found that, keeping carbs below 200g per day all from high fibre low sugar sources and subsequently my issues went away. As of recent though, these problems have become more pronounced and have even worsened. I've seen my GP and got the blood test done (the results I should be getting today). To give an example (I'll be more detailed here so I apologize):
4x crumpets w/ olive oil spread - little gut churning, no bloating, some gas, minor bleeding when passing a stool
1x crumpet w/ 2 teaspoons honey - a lot of gut churning, some bloating but a lot of gas, 2-4 hours later on the toilet with bleeding in mucus and no stool