Could you be suffering from food intolerance?
Do you ever wonder if some foods that you eat? are making you ill?
Does eating some foods make you feel uncomfortable?
- Offensive flatus
Or do you suffer other health conditions which can also be triggered by food.?
- Aching joints and muscles
- Chronic fatigue
- Skin conditions
- Weight gain
Immune reactions are often delayed.
rying to work out which foods trigger symptoms can be overwhelming and confusing
It can be overwhelming and confusing when trying to work out which foods trigger to symptoms.
40% of the population are estimated to have a delayed reaction to foods.
Food intolerances can develop at any time, and often get worse these if not treated.
So what causes food intolerance?
Hectic lifestyles, stress, infections, and drugs can all cause the gut lining to become inflamed and damaged. Partially digested foods can easily be passed into the blood stream, causing an immune reaction.
Certain parts of foods are recognised as IgG antigens, causing IgG antibodies to bind to specific food proteins.
These complexes can become disseminated around the body, contributing to health symptoms.
Is IgG food intolerance common in children?
Eczema, nasal congestion and frequent soft stools are common symptoms in children.
Can food intolerance be reversed?
Yes – often foods can be re- introduced when the gut has repaired.
How is the gut repaired?
Diet, individual targeted supplements, stress management and lifestyle advise.
How to find out if you have a Food Intolerance
A simple finger- prick blood test is a reliable method to detect IgG anti body reactions to foods that may be causing symptoms.
Choose a test to suit your diet and budget.