Often ignored as nothing serious, food intolerances can have a detrimental affect on your health, leading to a build up of undigested toxic matter in your intestines. This can cause bloating, irritation and inflammation of the intestines which can lead to a concoction of health problems, including eczema, psoriasis, heartburn, IBS, asthma, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, depression, weight issues.
Clients are always surprised when we discuss some of the symptoms of food intolerance, conditions they would never have thought were linked to what we consume. We’ve all heard the phrase “we are what we eat” but in fact, we only are what we can digest and assimilate.
While medicine plays an important role, it is not the only answer!
The following conditions can and have been linked to food intolerance.
- Respiratory Disorders such as Sinusitis, Persistent Runny Nose, or Asthma
- Energy – Low or Dipped Energy, Feeling Sleepy After Meals, Difficulty Waking, Depression
- Weight Management Issues – Unable to Gain or Lose Weight
- Pain / Inflammation – Chronic Pain, Migraines / Headaches
- Childhood Conditions – Colic, Middle Ear Infections
Unsure whether you have a food intolerance or food allergy? Check here
Have you ever asked yourself…
- Why am I so bloated? Could food be causing my bloating?
- What is causing my acne?
- What is causing my acid reflux?
- What is causing my pain? Am I eating foods that aggravate my pain? What foods cause inflammation?
- Why am I constipated? What foods should I avoid if I’m constipated?
- Why am I so tired? Why do I get tired after eating?
Wouldn’t it be good to feel like you again?
Health & Nutrition support the HPRA recommendation:
Consult your GP before booking a food intolerance test