The Silent Symptoms of Food Intolerance

Unseen, unfelt - damaging the body from the inside

Our Mission is to provide information from the medical journals - which implicates AntiNutrients (food toxins) in the appearance of disease. We believe in delivering factual substantiated data so consumers can make informed decisions.

  • 3 in 4 people are affected by food intolerance - even if they have no apparent symptoms

Silent Symptoms of food intolerance operate in the background to create disease in your body. But you can reduce their effect by discovering your particular sensitivities - and adjusting your diet.


The Impact of Untreated Food Intolerance

DoctorStethCropChronic symptoms all too often turn into chronic disease. To avoid a diagnosis - find out if your symptoms are food-related. 

Research tells us that groups of food toxins like glutens, caseins, alkaloids, sugars and others can interfere with different parts of the body in different ways.

Unfortunately the consequences are not always obvious - until it's too late. Unseen and unfelt - food toxins disrupt some organs - leading to malfunctions which are not noticed immediately. Over time, things worsen - and from there to a diagnosis. Some examples:




When food toxins interfere with the Thyroid gland (changes metabolism):

Weight changes e.g. obesity

> Brain changes: neurological disorders, depression, brain tumours

> Thyroid disease, Graves disease, Hashimoto's



AntiNutrients meddling with the Pancreas disrupt the release of digestive enzymes and hormones - leading to:

  • Diabetes type 1 and type 2 
  • Pancreatic cancers
  • Gall stones
  • Cystic fibrosis



The impact of food toxins on the intestine is well-known:

> Leaky Gut: Malabsorption - anaemia, bone density loss

> Osteoporosis, spontaneous fractures

> 'Foreign' things trigger inflammation, auto-immune disorders: colitis, Crohn's disease, Celiac disease, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, miscarriage


Am I affected? How common is food intolerance?

Many people feel they are not affected by food intolerance. But the research evidence says otherwise. Research says 75% (3 in 4) of all people have some type of food sensitivity. A few statistics:

>> 3 in 4 have lactose intolerance (even if they are unaware)

>> 15% are unable to digest gluten (difficult to identify and often misdiagnosed)

>> 1 in 3 cannot tolerate fructose (often misread as other illnesses)

>> Up to 90% of Asians have dairy sensitivity

>> Inflammation caused by Nightshades, legumes and yeast infection is often misdiagnosed


How to Find Your Food Intolerance

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Which intolerance? ... (You can't tell from symptoms alone)

It would be convenient if a certain group of symptoms meant a particular intolerance. But that's not the case.

Symptoms from each intolerance overlap with each other like this ....

  • Say you suffer headaches:
    • You could be casein, gluten or nightshade intolerant
  • Or say you have Irritable bowel (IBS)
    • You could have lactose, fructose, legume or gluten intolerance

How to sort them out?

> Track your foods - against changes in symptoms

> Record what you eat ... with our guidance

> Discover your food intolerance - know for life