Intolerance SymptomsSymptoms of a Food Intolerance
Intolerance Symptoms. Symptoms of a Food Intolerance.
If you suspect you have a food intolerance or allergy, then you’ll want to understand what it’s doing to your body and whether your symptoms are related to your intolerance. There are some symptoms which are very common to food intolerances, and some which can be a sign of many different conditions — making it all the more important to truly identify the root cause.
In light of this, we have written a few pages on the symptoms of food intolerances and allergies. Identifying intolerances and discovering what your symptoms mean can release a weight off your shoulders. Below are just some of the symptoms that food intolerances can cause:
- Migraines and Headaches
- Skin Rashes and Eczema
- Vomiting and Nausea
Are you experiencing these symptoms regularly? You should consider keeping a food diary so that you can monitor which foods are causing you troublesome symptoms. This will help you to link your diet with your symptoms, and these can be measured overall rather than in isolation.
Each symptom has been listed and detailed with information which you will find helpful. We have also tried to identify certain questions that we are commonly asked in our FAQ’s. If you think you may have a food intolerance or are experiencing any of these symptoms, then please do contact our Customer Service advisors on LiveChat 24 hours a day.
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