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Do you want to learn more about how certain foods like wheat and nuts can impact your body, then read below and open yourself up to a whole new world! These are the top 5 foods that you need to watch out for to ensure you do not experience any symptoms of food intolerance, including fatigue, tiredness and stomach issues.  

With the aim of helping you to become happier and healthier, Test Your Intolerance has identified the Top 5 intolerances which you are likely to be intolerant to. We thought we would share these as we know that allergies and intolerances can have an effect on the way you live your life, and there are many people who are suffering from intolerances but do not know they are. We are aware that living with the symptoms of food intolerance is hard, and this is why we have sought out the most common food intolerances and have come with up with a guide on what to look out for, and how to cope with your food intolerances.

Symptoms of food intolerance

As symptoms of food intolerance are not always digestion-related but can also affect your skin, mental health and weight, we have decided that you need to know more. If, for example, you have been experiencing unexplained symptoms that you just cannot diagnose, then this may be due to the fact that you have a food intolerance, but how do you find out?. If you want to know more, then head over to www.testyourintolerance.ca and take a look at our varied tests, all of which could help you to cope identify, cope and deal with your intolerances.

1) Wheat

The first food on the list is Wheat. This is important because you have an intolerance to wheat and are experiencing certain symptoms, then you need to know that Wheat is in everything and it can be difficult to avoid. You must work to avoid wheat, and by work, we mean analysing all the ingredients to guarantee that there is no wheat snuck into the meals. It can cause your body to react in a variety of different ways if you are found to have an intolerance to it. The symptoms of food intolerance vary, as an intolerance can occur in all different shapes and sizes. A wheat intolerance can also worsen the symptoms of IBS. Remember, even though wheat, as one of the 8 most common allergies in the world should always be listed on the ingredients, you still have to be careful to make sure it is not on there. Also, if you are maintaining a food diary, the symptoms of a wheat intolerance may not occur (or be noticeable) up until 72 hours later!

2) Eggs

Everyone loves adding eggs to their diet as they are a great source of protein and vitamins, and are a key contributor to a balanced and healthy diet. Well, were you also aware that eggs are often a hidden ingredient, and cause symptoms of food intolerance which are varied in severity. An egg intolerance is similar to other food intolerances, and cannot always be identifiable unless you have taken an intolerance test. On the plus side, if you have an intolerance to eggs, there are plenty of alternatives. In order to get your protein fix, you can add beans, nuts and seeds, or much fish-based protein if you do not have an intolerance to these foods. You could try swapping your egg for avocado.

3) Nuts

It is likely that you know someone who has an intolerance to nuts. This can range from peanuts to cashew nuts, and they are often used as a special ingredient to add a bit of taste to someone’s meal. This means you should be careful to ensure that you do not add nuts to any meals, and that you examine the ingredients very carefully. Like all food intolerances, symptoms of food intolerance to nuts can vary in severity and present themselves in many different ways.

4) Yeast

Another common food intolerance is yeast. This had to be in our top 5 because, infamously, yeast is one of the hardest food items to avoid if you do not know what you are looking for. Living with a yeast intolerance can be difficult, as it is present in an assortment of potential food allergens, some of which are our favourite products, including bread and alcohol. If you are experiencing from symptoms similar to fatigue, bloat or headaches, then watch out because it could potentially a food intolerance or, a yeast intolerance!

5) Dairy

Lactose Intolerance or a Dairy allergy. They are not the same thing but are commonly mistaken to be the same. If you are found to have a dairy intolerance to allergy after taking one of our simple tests, then you will almost definitely have to alter your diet. Don’t worry though, we have come up with some excellent alternatives to help you and your new dairy-free diet. Alpro’s plant-based Ice Cream is very appealing and could let you satisfy your sweet tooth without causing your body any harm. It can be difficult dealing with food intolerances, but there are always ways to manage and cope!

Test Your Intolerance hope this information has helped you. Please remember that if you have any symptoms of food intolerance, we are always here to help, so you must be positive by identifying your food intolerances with Test Your Intolerance. You can eliminate these intolerant foods from your diet and live a healthier life with a brighter, positive future. Feel free to come over to www.testyourintolerance.ca and talk to our customer service advisors who are happy to help you on a 24/5 basis.