Bloated, Gas? Learn More What Might Be Causing These // andreadahlman.com

Millions of adults and children suffer from reactions to food and do not know it because the symptoms can be hard to diagnose. The reason a food intolerance is so difficult to identify is that there are so many different symptoms and the symptoms are different for everyone.  Also, there is often a delayed reaction from eating the food, so you may eat wheat one day and feel fine, but then the next day you feel bloated and tired.

More common allergies are really more like food sensitivities and because the symptoms are bloating, poor digestion, headaches, lethargy, depression, and weight gain, most people don’t think they’re caused by the food they’ve been eating their entire lives.  They just think, “There must be something wrong with me.”

The most common foods people have a sensitivity, or intolerance to, are dairy, wheat/gluten, and soy. (Gluten is the portion of the wheat that causes the problems, and it also found in other gluten grains.) These are the foods that often end up being trigger foods for people, along with sugar.

When people don’t know that a food intolerance is the root cause of their health issue, they usually blame it on their slow metabolism or their bad genetics and they just live with it. Once you have eliminated these reactive foods from your life, you will be amazed at how quickly your energy and health will increase and, if needed, the weight will effortlessly fall off. Your body will thank you for returning it to its natural state of radiant health.

Symptoms caused by food intolerances:

  • Acne/skin breakouts
  • Anxiety
  • Gas/bloating
  • Slow metabolism
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Lethargy
  • Weight gain
  • Digestive issues
  • Cravings for food
  • Binge eating

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