If you cannot tolerate your symptoms anymore, then there is always a solution! If you are experiencing symptoms such as a headache, a bloated stomach or skin rashes, then it is likely that you are suffering from food intolerance. If you’re at the end of your tether, then a food intolerance test is exactly what you need. 

Food Intolerance Symptoms

We all get an upset stomach from time to time, and this is usually because we have eaten something that our body doesn’t like and therefore has not digested properly. A lot of people find that they have an intolerance to wheat or dairy, which is not to be confused with coeliac disease or lactose intolerance. Intolerance is usually caused by raised by an overindulgence on certain items, whether it be a curry dish or sometimes something as simple as a milkshake.

A Food Intolerance Test

If your symptoms persist every time you continue to eat this dish then it is likely that you have a food intolerance. A bloated stomach every time you eat and a headache are common signs of food intolerance. Luckily, TMI Testing is able to offer a good quality food intolerance test which helps you, the customer, to identify what items are triggering your symptoms. After identifying an intolerance, we learn to cope with these adverse effects rather than dealing with them. What we want to know, however, is if you are fed up with just tolerating your food intolerance.

An Elimination Diet

After your food intolerance test has highlighted that you have an intolerance to a particular item, you can remove that item from your diet and not eat it anymore. This will hopefully see your symptoms subside, and this is known as an elimination diet. Some people prefer to undergo an elimination diet as an alternative to a food intolerance test, and they end up eliminating the wrong foods from their diet, meaning they may be lacking in nutrition and metals due to them not being included in your diet. Without a food intolerance test, the downside to an elimination diet is that it may take time to perfect.

For more information on a food intolerance test and an elimination diet, please log on to www.tmitesting.com to find out more.