More than 20% of the population these days in Western Society have a food intolerance and it’s not nice, simple. Specific foods can be the cause of so many irritations these days and the only way to actually detect them is to remove specific foods from your diet and then re introduce them to see what the cause is or take an allergy test at the doctors.
If, like so many people you are struggling with a wider generic allergy such as wheat then you do have to pay close attention to what you’re eating daily and luckily many supermarkets are now helping us with gluten free foods and other ranges such as dairy free.
So what symptoms should you look out for to see if you too have a food intolerance, here are the common ones;
Itchy Rash – if you suddenly develop an itchy rash after eating then it doesn’t agree with you. Make a note to avoid for future.
Stomach Pain – this is so common and you may need to keep a food diary to see if there is a pattern of when you experience it.
Bloatedness – again another common sign of intolerance as your body tries to digest the food. Keep a food diary to identify patterns.
Insomnia – many people these days are struggling with sleep; lack of it, a deep sleep or just simply getting off to sleep. Have you checked to see if you are sensitive to caffeine as this can play a huge impact on foods or late night drinks.
Tingly/Itchy Mouth – this would be noticed straight away and you should stop eating immediately and make a note of it.
Here is a short video I did earlier
Whilst I offer no medical solution to these allergies I have been taking some food supplements myself recently that has helped customers with IBS and bloatedness. If you would like to know more, please message me or get in touch via linktr.ee/shaz_crowley
I hope you have found this useful, if so feel free to share or tag someone that may need to read this and I’ll see you next week, bloated free.