Did you know that this week is British Sandwich Week?! We all love a good sandwich – whether it’s triangles in a school lunch box, or a melted cheese panini in a pub beer garden. They’re a British staple, and should rightly so be celebrated with their very own appreciation week!
But for some people, eating a sandwich can leave them feeling bloated, tired or nauseous – and this could be down to a food intolerance. At Test Your Intolerance, a food sensitivity test will test your hair sample against up to 600 food and non-food items to discover exactly what you’re intolerant to, meaning that we cut out the guess work and you don’t have to miss out on the foods you love.
If your test tells you you’re intolerant to wheat or gluten then then you may think you can’t enjoy a sandwich and take part in British Sandwich Week, but you’d be WRONG! Thankfully, there are plenty of gluten-free breads available in the supermarkets and you don’t even have to compromise on the taste either.
You could also try making your own bread from home, there are plenty of gluten and wheat-free recipes on the Internet that are super easy to follow. This way, you’ll have control of all of the ingredients that go into your bread and you can avoid being exposed to an item you’re sensitive to.
After taking your food sensitivity test, you will have much more clarity over the foods you should avoid – but you’ll also need to be aware of ‘secret’ ingredients in things like ready-made sandwich fillings or sauces such as mayonnaise, chutneys and jams.
Be sure to check the labels on all of the packets from everything you buy in the supermarket to ensure that you aren’t accidentally exposed to a particular product – you would be surprised at the hidden ingredients that are in processed supermarket foods!
A food sensitivity test will help you to take control of your own body again so you can stop your intolerances from getting in the way of enjoying yourself and the foods you love. Our simple, non-invasive tests will help you gain your health and happiness back.
Don’t suffer in silence, test your intolerance now: www.testyourintolerance.com