I do not agree, by experience, about some of the things in this article.
First, the notion that allergies are the result of repeated ingestion of a particular food. As far as I am concerned, it does not work that way: I have never developped allergies to some foods I eat everyday--salad for instance--whereas, when I heve a relapse of candida, I have major allergies to foods I eat very seldom, or have never eaten before. I had a reaction the very first time I ate soja or kiwis.
These allergies fade away when the candida recedes. I do not think allergies are the result of repeated exposure to any food; in my case, they are the result of ingestion of known allergenic foods--kiwis and soja are known to be allergenic.
I do not eat red meat frequently because I dont like it. Still, the fact the vast majority of MDs hold the "red meat cause high cholesterol" theory for true does not mean it should be held as sacred truth. Always like to hear different views...
Anyway, I had to start eating meat everyday--chicken, beef and lamb--because my allergies leave me with very limited foods options/ If it turns out my cholesterol rate is higher next time I have a blood test done, that will confirm Crookes theory and I will let you know...:-)