Food intolerance testing helps people with a wide variety of symptoms. Many of these people turn to the possibility of food intolerance only as a last resort, having exhausted all other avenues open to them. Here we look at three cases where food intolerance has been found to be the cause of underlying health symptoms, despite conventional wisdom saying otherwise.
Persistently overweight due to food intolerance
It is not always the size of your meals which cause weight problems. However, the traditional approach to excess weight is to exercise more and eat less. For some people this method works, while many others can run several miles a day and eat mouse-like portions can continue to struggle with their weight..
Edward B had been fighting his unwanted kilos for a long time. Like others, the only result he ever saw was a yo-yo of his weight. Five months after taking the ImuPro300 test, he had lost 9kg without any side effects. He is allowed to eat most of the foods he enjoys, though there are one or two foods to which he is intolerant and has to forego. The food intolerance diet allows him the odd sin here and there, and he will no doubt reach his 20kg weight loss target before too long and without ever having to starve again.
Food intolerance is More than a headache
Marion R had been suffering from migraine for three decades. In her early fifties the attacks became more severe and more frequent. Surprisingly it was her family doctor who pointed her in the direction of the ImuPro300 food intolerance test – after 30 years of excruciating pain and having tried everything else Marion was happy to have a new strategy. Within a couple of weeks she received the test results, and was advised to follow a diet free of milk and wheat. Within weeks her symptoms, which included bleeding gums and dry skin had almost disappeared. She also lost four kilos, and only had three more migraine attacks as her body detoxified from her food intolerances.
Why ImuPro300 is not a rash decision
A Ritzmann had been blighted by dry, red, chapped, and itchy hands for around 18 years. Then it spread to the face. Despite visiting a number of dermatologists and other non-medical practitioners, all routes seemed to lead to the same dead end. Then a friend suggested the ImuPro300 test. A total of 48 positive reactions were discovered by the test, including milk, egg white, rye, and sugar. By cutting out these foods intolerances, the rash improved almost overnight.
Whatever your health symptoms, food intolerance testing could provide the answer that your doctor is struggling to find. A healthy diet is recommended by all doctors, but it may be that what is a healthy diet for one person is not so healthy for you – discovering your food intolerance may be the answer you need to seek.