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The following list of conditions are all associated with food intolerance. They are virtually all inflammatory conditions. Our clinic specialises in identifying the root cause of these conditions and recommending dietary changes to tackle the source of the problem.

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The main symptoms we treat include:

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Follow Up After Taking the Test:

To get the best results from your test report you will need to have your progress supervised over an extended period of time. We recommend that this is best done by your own general practitioner. Your GP may in turn refer you to a dietitian / nutritionist who can monitor and assess your progress into the future and offer long term nutritional support.

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