food sensitivities are hard to figure out on your own.
Food sensitivities can manifest themselves through a wide variety of symptoms. And you can experience them a day or even two after you ate your trigger food. In addition it can be a number of foods that you are sensitive to. That’s why it’s so hard to figure them out on your own.
Symptoms of food sensitivities might include:
- Headaches, migraines
- Fatigue, tiredness
- Skin issues, eczema
- Bloating, gas, belching
- Constipation and/or diarrhea
- Brain fog, sluggishness, difficulty concentrating
- Muscle and/or joint aches
- Mood swings, irritability
- Persistent weight gain
If your symptoms are not linked to a specific disease, you may well be suffering from food sensitivities. Maybe you already went to see a number of doctors looking for help. And they still can’t find anything “wrong” with you. You might also have a disease that is aggravated by your food sensitivities. For example, if you have a diagnosis of a functional disease like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia or irritable bowel syndrome. Drugs can probably help with the discomfort. However, they do nothing to actually fix the problem or prevent a recurrence of flare-ups. You probably feel frustrated and helpless.
I Can Help You
- Identify your trigger foods. Elimination diet considered a golden standard to identifying your trigger foods. There are also tests available, which are still not very reliable at this point.
- Find attractive substitutes. Just because you are dairy-free doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy ice cream! It can be overwhelming at first, but we can work together to find satisfying alternatives.
- Avoid. I will teach you to avoid accidental exposure to your trigger foods.
- Feel better! Through this work, your symptoms should become significantly reduced and often eliminated.