In our current environment of processed, sugar-laden foods, our digestive tracts can easily become damaged.
When our digestive system is no longer able to process particular foods, we can end up with a build up of many poisonous intestinal toxins.
These toxins will eventually escape into the bloodstream, where they are transported throughout the body causing inflammation and infection in other organs and body systems.
A food intolerance to a certain food can be hard to pinpoint as unlike the immediate reaction you have with an allergy, the reaction with an intolerance is usually delayed by many hours or even days. For example, the cheese eaten on Monday could be the cause of Wednesdays asthma attack.
The Fitzwilliam FoodTEST – food intolerance test – is a blood test which measures IgG antibody levels associated with specific foods. These tests take place in Cambridge Nutritional Sciences Laboratory.
There is a significant amount of published references indicating an association between elevated levels of these specific IgG antibodies and:
- Digestive Issues
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Migraine/ Headache
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Skin Disease
- Respiratory Symptoms