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Wheat Intolerance vs Coeliac Disease

Wheat Intolerance vs Coeliac Disease

The most common symptom of either wheat intolerance or coeliac disease is some form of gastrointestinal discomfort. Usually, such discomfort after eating bread is a clear indicator of gluten intolerance. Three conditions fall under this umbrella: coeliac disease, non-coeliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), and wheat allergy. The last diagnosis, wheat intolerance or allergy, isn’t strictly a […]

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Bodysensing Experience Your Body

Bodysensing: Experience Your Body

In the past, mediation was left to hippies, and most people didn’t want to embrace it. However, after noticing the benefits of the practice, most people are leaning towards meditation as a way to reduce everyday issues like stress and anxiety. The scientific community has been studying meditation in-depth and has given much positive feedback […]

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Super Foods – Asparagus

Super Foods – Asparagus

Asparagus is a nutritionally rich vegetable in two main colours, white and green. The green variety is more available than the white one. The difference between these two types of asparagus is that the green-coloured one is harvested when it’s above ground, while the white variety is harvested when it’s underground. The white variety is […]

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Coeliac Disease The Intolerance That Isn’t An Intolerance...

Coeliac Disease – The Intolerance That Isn’t An Intolerance…

What is coeliac disease? Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease affecting the small intestine. For individuals who have coeliac, consumption of foods containing more than 20 parts per million (20ppm) or 50mg of gluten – the protein found in wheat, barley, rye, spelt, and kamut, and in oats by contamination – can result in damage […]

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Understanding Allergy and Intolerance with IgG4 Immunoglobulin

Understanding Allergy and Intolerance with IgG4 Immunoglobulin

At Test Your Intolerance, we’re dedicated to further exploring and understanding the intricacies of human health and well-being. Our latest white paper journal is no different to this fact, and we want to share with you our hypothesis as well as our findings! The white paper journal itself delves into the intricate relationship between immunoglobulin […]

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Celebrating World Thyroid Month

Celebrating World Thyroid Month

January gives you the wonderful opportunity to start fresh and take an in-depth look at what you most want to change about yourself. If one of your priorities is your health, use World Thyroid Month as the perfect springboard to learn more about your thyroid. This includes learning about the importance of thyroid testing, and […]

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Understanding Why You Feel Bloated After Eating

Understanding Why You Feel Bloated After Eating

Ever feel bloated after eating? No sooner have you finished your meal and settled down to rest than you’ve suddenly got tight trousers and a bulging stomach. Worse, you may experience cramps, gas, belching, and more. “Why am I always bloated?” you wonder. If this is you, you’re not alone. Bloating after eating is all […]

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Delving Deeper Into a Tomato Allergy

Delving Deeper Into a Tomato Allergy

Do you ever get an itchy mouth or stomach ache after eating tomatoes? Maybe that’s a pasta sauce, pizza, or just a regular salad. Some allergies are extremely well-known – think peanuts, wheat, or dairy. However, tomato allergy flies under the radar despite affecting a sizeable number of people. In this article, we explore why […]

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What I’ve learnt from 17 years of food intolerance research

What I’ve learnt from 17 years of food intolerance research

I started work as an IT professional in 1997, quickly working my way up through the ranks from the help desk to server and network support teams, establishing myself as the systems security coordinator, and then transferring into a programming role. But, as time went on, my digestion and skin got worse – I had […]

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Your New Year Health Resolutions

Your New Year Health Resolutions

Everything starts fresh when the calendar turns over to a brand new year. That’s how we tend to see it, anyway. If you’re starting to think about what you want your New Year’s resolution to be, you might be thinking about one or more New Year health resolutions. If so, congratulations! You are in good […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Christmas Shopping

The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Christmas Shopping

If you’re like the rest of the world, you’ve started planning your holiday shopping list. One of the leading choices for Christmas shopping this season is health. But how do you give health to someone? Does it still make a good gift compared to other options for presents? Below, we’ll show you how festive and […]

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