Whilst food allergies are life threatening, it’s emerging that food intolerance could be just as deadly. If left untreated over a period of time, it can trigger chronic health conditions including cancer, arthritis, asthma, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Did you know that undetected food intolerance causes inflammation in the body? Depending on your body type, this can lead to arthritis, back pain, headaches or migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma and other respiratory issues, skin disorders like eczema, sinusitis & hay fever symptoms, low immunity and infections from virus, bacteria and yeasts plus other more chronic diseases.Food allergies can be a serious issue and needs to be addressed.
Rates of food intolerance are rising as fast as rates of chronic disease. That’s another clue that the two things are connected. We’ve always known that our diet impacts our health, but now there’s an added complication – you may not realise you’re intolerant to healthy foods too, like broccoli, pineapple and ginger. Continue eating them, if you’re intolerant to them, and your chances of triggering symptoms and disease increase.
Food intolerance, unlike food allergy, can be cured. It’s not for life. When you eat foods you can’t digest properly (that’s what intolerance is), your small intestine becomes damaged and full of medical term is Leaky Gut Syndrome which means that food particles get into your bloodstream through those holes and this leads to inflammation and then minor or chronic symptoms and disease. Food allergies need to be looked at more seriously that simple food intolerance.
If you suffer from any of these inflammatory conditions, would you like to rid yourself of chronic symptoms for good? Here’s the 2-step action plan that can help you do just that: 1. Detect your food intolerance by taking a food intolerance test – either an IgG pin prick test/blood test or a controlled elimination diet (no haphazard guessing allowed). Then… 2. Follow a health program written specifically for your symptoms or health condition and cure your intolerance. You’ll have heard of a diabetes diet, an arthritis diet, a gluten-free diet – there are diets for many conditions. It can be cured, and in turn, your symptoms can be cured or at the very least, managed and reduced. There are other steps to take to really bring your health back under your control such as avoiding pesticides on foods and avoiding toxins in the household products and personal care products that you use.
Obviously exercise and getting enough sleep and reducing stress will also be factors but the reason why this approach is unique, is that most people don’t know about the link between food intolerance and disease. It’s an important link and the number one thing you should test for when tackling illness. It’s all about getting educated, learning about your condition and taking back control of your health. Diabetes, arthritis and other patients have thrown away their medication after following these 2 simple steps. It is possible and it’s not hard to do. The special diet is temporary and therefore very easy to be successful at. Nutrition is key to health and that’s why nutritionists are becoming more and more popular when treating disease and health symptoms