Symptoms of IgG mediated food allergy (commonly known as a “food intolerance”) can be general or specific, and may not appear until up to 3 days after consumption of a food. This makes identifying the trigger food/s extremely difficult to do, without testing. In general, you may feel fatigued and easily exhausted despite eating all the right “healthy” foods, or you may suffer from gastrointestinal complaints, joint pain, headache or even Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) which can lead to depressive symptoms.
The role of inflammation in a number of mental and physical conditions is at the forefront of the latest clinical research. Foods which contribute to inflammation should always be a consideration on your journey to better health. Below are just a few of the most common symptoms and health conditions associated with IgG Food Allergy:
If you are unsure whether your symptoms could be related to IgG food allergy, our free online self assessment is a great guide.
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