Are the foods you are eating making you sick?
It is difficult to identify what the foods and chemical sensitivities a person may have
Why it is difficult to identify what is causing your symptoms
A symptom may not show up after eating a food you are sensitive to for up to three days.
You may not have a reaction from a food you are sensitive to if you eat a little of the food.
You may only have a reaction from that food if you eat larger portions of it.
Even some of the so-called anti-inflammatory foods, such as salmon, parsley, turmeric, ginger, blueberry, and any “healthy” food can be reactive.
Medical Conditions Where Food Sensitivities Can Play a Primary or Secondary Role
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Restless Leg Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Foods you are reactive to cause your immune system to release mediators
These have various names such as cytokines, leukotrines, and prostaglandins, just to name a few. What these mediators do is to increase inflammation that show up as symptoms in the body.
In order to find out what foods are causing the inflammation, it is important to find out what are your best foods to eat to resolve your issues.
A client says "I can eat without having to know where the bathroom is....I am having more mobility....I am having better improved concentration at work and home due to decreased brain fog." Deloris
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