Have you ever asked yourself…

 

  • Why am I so bloated?  Could food be causing my bloating?Stomach-pain
  • 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?

 

Declining energy levels and increasing health conditions are often assumed to be part of the aging process, however, it is more often the case that we are simply eating foods we are unable to digest. What makes it more frustrating is they are often healthy foods!

 

Obvious Symptoms Include

Digestive disorders such as bloating, indigestion, cramps, wind, reflux, heartburnIBS, constipation or diarrhoea are the more obvious signs that a food disagrees with you but there are so many conditions that unfortunately people do not associate with food intolerance.

Not So Obvious Symptoms Include

Skin Disorders – Eczema, psoriasis or acne

Respiratory Disorders – 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

 

Intolerance V’s Allergy

Is a food intolerance the same as a food allergy?  In short, no!  Click here to read more.

 

Pricing

Trying to discover the foods you are intolerant to yourself can be difficult, as the offending food may be consumed daily, so symptoms are ongoing. Click here for more information….

 

Most Common Food Intolerance’s

Frustratingly a lot of the common food intolerance’s are healthy commonly consumed foods.  Click here for more information…

 

How Food Intolerance Affects Our Health

Have you just accepted the above conditions or take over the counter medication to temporarily ease your pain and discomfort?  Have you ever considered however the internal damage you are doing that you can’t see or feel? Click here for more information.

 

Testing Children

For children under 16yrs of age we need a GP referral and the letter must specifically request a “food intolerance test”. The GP must collect the blood sample. We will do the laboratory analysis and return the results to the GP.

 

What Should I Do?

If any of the above symptoms sound familiar or you are suspicious of a food intolerance, call us on 086 601 6701 or contact us through our contact form.

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