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Food intolerances and allergies - The worst foods to eat?

The whole basis of metabolic typing is that what is good for one person may be different for the next. This explains the diet contradiction endemic within nutrition. While what is truly "healthy" for you may vary some of the worst foods you could be eating relate to food intolerances and allergies.

A food intolerance can be thought of as any food that produces an irritation to the body from its consumption. These symptoms can include excess weight, bloating, sneezing, runny nose, itching skin, dry skin, breathing problems, frequent illness, low energy, digestive problems, exacerbation of medical issues and much more. A food intolerance is broad term that includes the different types of food allergies and also other non immune system negative reactions.

Any food that is consumed in excess or with great regularity will be the most likely ones to become a sensitive towards your body. Certain foods are also more likely than others to cause difficulty to the body. Some of the most common intolerances include:

Dairy – Pasteurized dairy is heated to ensure that all bacteria in the product is dead. This extends shelf life but removes the very things that help to digest the food. This results in so many people having difficulty processing dairy products and as a result many of the intolerance symptoms can arise.

Wheat – The most common food in today’s society with many people having wheat for breakfast (cereal), lunch (bread) and dinner (pasta). This combined with some of the difficult to process qualities of wheat makes it perhaps the most common intolerance in our society.

Caffeine – Many people consume vast amounts of caffeine within tea, coffee and soft drinks like Coke and Pepsi. The result is that body can display intolerant reactions from its consumption.

Other specific foods – Your body can become intolerant to your body for a variety of reasons. These can be ‘healthy’ foods such as bananas, fruit, fish, nuts etc. The key is to identify how you feel after each meal and to look for negative signs.

Spotting intolerances and handling them.

The best way to spot a food intolerance is to remove the most likely candidates for a minimum period of seven days. This gives a chance for the body to recover from the food. On its re-introduction to the diet you should be able to notice a return of the negative symptoms associated with the foods. This will tell you what is causing problems to your body.

Long term the safest way to stop a food intolerance is to continue a regular food rotation process. For example do not have wheat each meal or every day. Ensure you have different breakfasts and lunches rather than sticking to what you know best.

Once you are regularly rotating the foods it is vital you discover which foods to emphasize within your diet. This will allow you to become as healthy as possible which greatly reduces the chances of developing and having food intolerances. You can do this by doing some personal training with me here in london or online.

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