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Food Intolerance Testing

Food sensitivities are widespread and often unrecognised causes of chronic ill-health and disease. There is substantial evidence that removing the problem food(s) can bring about remarkable improvements in health.

 

 Adverse reactions to foods cause an inflammatory response within the body, releasing a series of chemicals that can have far-reaching affects in virtually any part of the body. Many people find that they have sensitive digestive systems, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or unexplained symptoms such as tiredness, headaches, migraines, bloating or aching joints and muscle pains. These are often due to food intolerances, indeed it is estimated that as many as 60% of atopic conditions, such as eczema and asthma, may be due to undiagnosed food intolerances.

 

Identifying and eliminating the problem food(s) is the first step. The next step is to bring the inflammation under control, and finally, to heal the damaged tissue within the digestive tract. This can all be done naturally, through making the right food choices and using high-quality, natural food supplements. A nutritional therapist will design an eating programme to help you cope with these changes and get you on the road to recovery.

 

Food Intolerance