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How does food sensitivity impact on gut health and could it be linked to inflammation conditions?
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How food sensitivity begins, the link between the disruption of gut bacteria and food intolerance,
Wheat is the second most common problem intolerance food for people. Excluding just the obvious wheat products from your diet can make a dramatic difference to your general good health.
There is considerable confusion between allergy and intolerance. At Fitzwilliam Food Test clinic we specialise in food intolerance testing. Food allergies and food intolerance are very different. A food allergy is a rapid reaction but a food intolerance is a slow reaction
Tiredness (lethargy) is such a common complaint that people and sometimes doctors overlook the problem. Many have come to regard it as just a fact of life. However in a significant number of cases, food intolerance could be an important contributing factor.
The association between obesity / overweight problems and the over consumption of food have all been well documented. However, the association between inflammation and many of these chronic, overweight problems has gone completely unnoticed.
Irritable bowel syndrome is a very common gut disorder. The standard medical view is that the exact cause is not known. The most common presenting symptoms are bloating, flatulence, diarrhoea and or constipation.
Acid reflux in adults is very common. Most people recognise that the condition is associated with food they are eating but not digesting properly. This is called food sensitivity or intolerance.
Many people recognise that foods are causing their symptoms of bloating. Finding and removing these problematic foods from your diet can make a dramatic difference to your general good health
Acne is a common condition, mainly affecting teenagers and young adults. Antibiotics, poor food choices and undigested foods can cause an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the gut. This can encourage an overgrowth of the bad, disease producing bacteria on the skin.