What is a food sensitivity?
There are a number of different types of sensitivities and intolerances, which again can lead to confusion.
Food sensitivities and intolerances tend to produce symptoms, which are far more digestive system related but can also contribute to symptoms experienced by those with chronic conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue, arthritis, and ADD/ADHD.
Typical symptoms include:
- Changes in bowel movements
Certain types of food sensitivity or intolerance, which do not involve the lack of a key enzyme, can often be overcome through the implementation of a food elimination diet and/or improving gut health. The period of eliminating foods, which are aggravating symptoms, can allow the digestive system time to ‘rest’. If there is any low level inflammation this period of time also allows the digestive system to settle down and recover. There may be a need to improve gut health and rebalance gut bacteria levels also in this time.
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