Food sensiitivty can be the cause of many symptoms including bloating, weight changes, depression, skin allergy, sinus troubles, headaches, anxiety, insomnia and much more… We provide you with the most accurate and sensitive test that detects your possible intolerance to a wide range of food items (60 up to 400)
About Food Intolerance
So What Exactly is Food sensitivity?
The way food intolerance affects our daily life is an emerging field of interest. However people who experience some of the symptoms of food intolerance are often led by the medical profession and the media to believe that their condition is "all in the mind". The majority is treated symptomatically without investigating the cause. Today we will answer your questions and provide you with multiple tools that will help you identify the provoking agent/s, providing you with long term relief.
Although not life threatening, food intolerance should never be underestimated. Its impact on the sufferers can be significant, impeding their ability to live a normal healthy life. Food intolerance is highly prevalent and it is estimated that 45% of the population is affected, with the majority reporting more than one symptom. Manifestations are often vague and the root of the problem - food - remains largely unidentified.
Food intolerance is your body’s atypical reaction to certain foods. It reveals itself through a wide range of manifestations. Some people will present with minor symptoms such as headache. While others will be unfortunate to face Irritable Bowel Syndrome, migraine, skin allergy or respiratory distress. In food intolerance, catching the offending food is not easy, mainly when the symptoms appear hours or even days later.
Food allergy and food intolerance are frequently confused. A classical food allergy (such as peanut or shellfish allergy) is usually characterised by an immediate and severe reaction of the immune system to the allergen. The symptoms of food allergy include sneezing, rashes, skin irritation, swelling, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhea and vomiting. Normally symptoms occur within minutes of ingesting or coming in contact with the offending food which makes it easier to diagnose.
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If you have consulted your general practitioner about any of these symptoms and a diagnosis was not established you could be suffering from food intolerance
Anxiety (acute or chronic)
· Attention Deficit Disorder
· Bed Wetting
· Celiac Disease
· Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
· Hyperactivity Disorder
· Inflammatory Bowel Disease
· Irritable Bowel Syndrome
· Itchy Skin
· Sleep Disturbances
· Water Retention
· Weight Control Problems