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Food Intolerance Test

Bloated after eating certain foods?

Tired at certain times of the day?

Suffer headaches for no apparent reasons?

Could you be suffering from food intolerance?

It has long been known that consumption of certain foods can have profound effects on the physical and mental health of susceptible individuals. This is more evident in today's world with the huge variety of processed foods we now consume.

Less than 2% of the population suffers from food allergies, however up to 45% of the population is estimated to suffer from some form of food intolerance. 

Are you reacting to foods you eat?

- Food intolerance isn't usually life-threatening but can make the uncomfortable feeling.

- Suffers of food intolerance frequently complain of lethargy or fogginess and general feeling of unwellness.

- The symptoms of food intolerance can be delayed for hours or even days and for this reason it's often difficult to identify the problem foods.

What are the symptoms of food intolerance?

 

Anxiety

Arthritis

Asthma

Bed Wetting

Bloating

Bronchitis

Celiac Disease

Constipation

Cystic Fibrosis

Depression

Diarrhea

Gastritis

Headache

Insomnia

Migraine

Water Retention

Attention Deficit Disorder

Hyperactivity Disorder

Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Itchy Skin Problems

Weight Control Problems

Sleep Disturbances

Malabsorption

              

These symptoms often persist for many years.

Food Intolerance Test:

- Small blood sample is needed, and the result is within 3 days.

- A specific and accurate test that measures food intolerance.

- The test can react with 59 commonly eaten foods.

Living with Food Intolerance:

If you test positive to any of the food groups in the test, the simple act of removing them from your diet (for at least 3 months) can completely change your life.

Foods Tested:

Cereals

:

Corn, Durum Wheat, Gluten, Oats, Rice, Rye, Wheat

Nuts & Beans

:

Almond, Brazil Nut, Cashew, Cocoa Bean, Peanut, Legume Mix (Pea, Lentil, Haricot), Soya Bean, Walnut

Meat

:

Beef, Chicken, Lamb, Pork

Fish

:

Freshwater Fish (Salmon, Trout), Shellfish Mix (Shrimp, Prawn, Crab, Lobster), Tuna, White Fish Mix (Haddock, Cod, Plaice)

Vegetables

:

Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Leek, Peppers (Red, Green, Yellow), Potato

Fruits

:

Apple, Blackcurrant, Grapefruit, Water Melon, Cantaloupe, Olive, Orange, Lemon, Strawberry, Tomato

Others

:

Egg (Whole), Cow Milk, Garlic, Ginger, Mushroom, Tea, Yeast

The 9 Tips for Better Life:

1- Eat Fresh Food

2- Chew your Food Really Well

3- Drink at Least 1-1.5 Litres of Water Daily

4- Take the Time to Write a Five Day Diary of Everything you Eat and Drink

5- Avoid Burned, Browned and Fried Foods

6- Limit Intake of Sugar, Processed Food with Chemical Additives

7- Enjoy some Nuts and Seeds Daily

8- Get Sufficient Fibres Daily

9- Take Regular Exercises

 

The "Food Intolerance Test" for 59 commonly eaten foods is now done in Saridar Lab and the results are after 3 days.

 

References:

1- Dietary advice based on food specific IgG results, 2007: Geoffrey H., Gillian H., University of York, UK, Nut. Food Sc., 37(1): 16-23.

2- Food elimination based on IgG antibodies in irritable bowel syndrome, 2004: Atkinson W., Sheldon T.A., Shaath N., Whorwell P.J, Gut, 53: 1459-1464.

3- A prospective audit of food intolerance among migraine patients, 2005: Trevor R., David W., Susan L., Helen S., Peter C., Geoffrey H. and Andrew J., Headache Care, 2(2): 105-110.

4- Celiac Disease, 2007: Peter H.G. and Christopher C., N. Engl. J. Med., 357:1731-1743.

5- IgG antibodies against food antigens are correlated with inflammation and Intima Media thickness in obese juveniles, 2008: Wilders T., Mangge H., Lieners C., Gruber H., Mayer C., Marz W., Exp. Clin. Endoc. Diab., 116: 241-245.

6- The gut-joint axis: cross reactive food antibodies in rheumatoid arthritis, 2006: Hvatum M., Kanerud L., Hallgren R., Brandtzaeg P., Gut, 55: 1240-1247.


 
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