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How do you know if you have a food intolerance?

Updated: Apr 22

Spotting signs and symptoms

How can you tell if you have a food intolerance or sensitivity?

For me, I have a reaction in my throat – it feels like the food can’t go down, it’s difficult to swallow, or it becomes sore or irritable.

You may have similar, or maybe you've experienced:

  • bloating in the tummy and excess wind, or

  • an irregularity in your sinuses, or

  • even pain in your thumbs!

All of this very much connected with an imbalance in our biochemistry, and our blood sugar levels which shouldn’t be confused with “but I don't eat sweet things”.

Your body needs energy and will take onboard proteins, carbohydrates and fats, breaking them down into smaller elements to be able to use them on a variety of different bodily functions and to generate energy. And if you have got any sensitivities to any food, it changes this blood chemistry.

Listen to my video to learn more…..

Remember if your body's not getting the nutrients or it's not able to uptake those nutrients for whatever reason, that that can have quite an impact on your health.

Want to find out more about your own biochemical make up? And your own food sensitivities? Book a session with Zoisa


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