Food intolerance is much more common than food allergy. Some people can tolerate a reasonable amount of the food, but if they eat too much (or too often) they get symptoms because their body cannot tolerate unlimited amounts.
The onset of symptoms is usually slower and may be delayed by many hours after eating the offending food. The symptoms may also last for several hours, even into the next day and sometimes longer.
Why have a
food intolerance test?
The amount of people suffering with intolerances is increasing. Reports indicate that up to half the UK could be affected. As well as causing physical discomfort and misery, symptoms may impact on a person’s mental health and in many cases, prevent them from living a normal life. Obtaining an accurate diagnosis of the root cause can be a struggle.
Identifying the items to which you are intolerant is vital. You can then take steps to alter your diet based on your test result.
How can a food
intolerance test help?
Here are some common symptoms of food intolerances. If you feel the food that you are eating making you feel unwell, bloating, weight gain, skin complaints or any other symptoms linked your foods, consider the test and find that what foods that are affecting your health negatively.
Bloating, IBS, Constipation, Diarrhoea
Aches & Pains
Acne, Eczema, Itching, Rashes, Urticaria