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Learn how AntiNutrients in many foods impact wellness, cause fatigue and lead to symptoms . . . and what you can do.

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Which Foods Cause Which Symptoms?

Sure, you know about gluten. But when you add lactose, lectins, fructose, casein, zein, alkaloids, saponins and more - the reality is, many foods could be making you overweight, bloated or ill.

Even amongst Gluten-free or other 'free-from' products some are unsuitable due to excess sugars, salt or chemical additives. How can you know which to choose and how to avoid illness?

Now foodintol® Ranking WhatNot2Eat scores and ranks thousands of foods for you to compare. Discover which foods cause which symptoms - with Tips, Cautions and Recommendations.

WhatNot2Eat revolutionises food intolerance . . . exactly what you need - in an App!



Suddenly Food Intolerant? ... Letter

What 'triggers' food intolerance?

Many people in their twenties or thirties find that symptoms appear 'out of the blue'. But the truth is - your body has been struggling with it for most of your life.

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I am in shock. For three weeks I have been running to the bathroom with stomach cramps and diarrhoea. Sometimes the urge is so sudden I'm afraid of having an accident.

I really need to know what it is. My doctor says it's not a stomach infection - I have just finished a course of anti-biotics. And I cannot blame the Indian food; that was 10 days ago. At first I thought it was that fruit juice from the new juice bar, but I haven't had any for a week and I'm still getting the stomach cramps.

Now I think - maybe my friend Libby is right. Maybe it is lactose intolerance. I have my capuccino and tub of yogurt mid-morning but I'm hopeless in the afternoon. What I do NOT understand is how can I suddenly be intolerant after all these years?


'Life events' can be triggers

Hi Fiona - most cases of severe food sensitivity (food allergy) are noticed in early childhood - by parents.

But milder food intolerance can go unnoticed until age 30, 40, 50 or later. And the sudden appearance of symptoms is usually triggered by a stressful 'life event' like:

      • Starting a new job - or losing your job
      • Divorce or relationship break-up
      • Giving birth
      • Surgical operation
      • A death in the family
      • Moving house
      • Taking a long course of anti-biotics

But did you know that food intolerance puts constant stress on your body - even if you don't notice symptoms?

When we were young - we ate the wrong foods, drank alcohol, popped medications and generally didn't notice any ill effects at all. But as we grow older our bodies are less able to cope with stresses: life events, or the physical stress of eating the wrong foods - food intolerance.

At some point your body just stops tolerating your bad habits and gives you a symptom (headache, bloating, Irritable Bowel etc.) to get your attention.

The Power of a Journal to find Your Food Intolerance

Stomach bloating can arise from a number of food intolerances: Gluten, Fructose, Wheat, Dairy or Yeast.

But a journal puts system into your exploration. It's easy. All you do is track your symptoms as you switch a few foods. We recommend the purpose-designed Detection Diet Journal in  the Healing Program.

By "Switching a Few Foods" and tracking the changes in your symptoms - you will have proof of the cause of your bloating within days.



Your Symptoms are Precious Signals

The fact is, if you have symptoms - they are actually signals. Don't ignore these valuable signs. Your body is trying to send you a message.... Of course - you should see your doctor to rule out other illness . . . but then investigate your diet - you probably have food intolerance. Find out more >



All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals