If the answer is yes, you have experienced the most apparent symptoms of food intolerance. The problem is how to know, precisely, which foods did the deed. The Wimbledon Clinic now does blood testing for each meal you eat.
A traditional nutritionist method is FOD MAPPING diet, which helps reduces fermentation from yeast-type bacteria in the gut.
However, FODMAP diets are time-consuming and don't always get to the route of the issue. FODMAPPING also stops probiotic foods which are needed for good gut health.
You may feel better in the short term, but it isn't advisable for the long run as may expose the gut to other conditions. An intolerance test lets you know how your blood behaves towards the individual ingredients, and there is no better objective test for food intolerance.
Analysing individual foods and reporting on the level of (IGg) antibody reaction by the blood.
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The cheapest of the FoodPrint range and includes some of the most common foods such as wheat, gluten, yeast, soya and dairy.
In addition to all the foods included in the FoodPrint 40+, this test includes 20 additional foods such as goat's milk, avocado, salmon and garlic.
In expanding the testing to all the foods included in the FoodPrint 40+ and 60+, this test also includes foods such as sheep's milk, buckwheat, mackerel, venison, tomato, cocoa, tea and coffee.
This is our most comprehensive food sensitivity test including buffalo milk, casein, whey, quinoa and blueberries.
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