The symptoms of peanut or shellfish allergies, such as hives, swelling, or anaphylaxis are so common that there are often allergen warnings on food labels. What can you do when certain foods irritate your body and digestive tract but don’t test positive on a standardized allergy test?
If you experience problems like abdominal discomfort, loose bowel movements, heartburn, or an upset stomach after eating, but have been unable to locate the source of these symptoms, you may want to consider undergoing food intolerance testing with our certified nutritional consultants.
Food intolerance testing can give you greater insights into your overall health and help you understand what your body requires for optimal health. It is a great accompaniment to live blood analysis and hair mineral analysis.
Food Intolerance Testing
Better Living Wellness Clinic offers comprehensive food intolerance testing which helps to reveal food intolerances that may not appear on standardized allergy testing. This type of testing is essential, as food intolerances can manifest themselves in different ways.
Aside from digestive upset, food intolerances can be responsible for conditions such as fatigue, obesity, skin problems, joint inflammation, migraines, autoimmunity, and even mental health issues. You may be able to experience significant improvements in these areas of your health by eliminating your specific food intolerances from your diet.
Between 70% and 80% of people in North America suffer from some kind of food intolerance. For many people, their individual food intolerances go unidentified, leading to potential illness and chronic disease, while being unaware of what is causing their problems.
The certified holistic nutritionists at Better Living Wellness Clinic in Etobicoke use food intolerance testing to discover what is making their clients sick so that you can treat the cause of their health problems instead of only treating the symptoms.
Our certified nutritionists will guide you on how to administer the tests, they will discuss the results with you, and make professional diet and lifestyle recommendations that will help you feel better and reduce your risk of long-term illness.
CanAlt Food Intolerance Test
Download CanAlt Food Sensitivity Patient Information Sheet
Here is a sample of the report you will receive following the test