Food intolerance is a sensitivity to certain food groups that is different from allergies, but it still causes an adverse reaction in the body.
Food intolerance usually wreaks havoc on the digestive system and is identified with a simple blood test.
Getting the news that your favorite foods are causing digestive distress to your body is not only unpleasant, but it requires substantial changes to your diet.
Most people who learn they have food intolerance will have to stay away from dairy products, potatoes, mayonnaise, wheat in all shapes and forms, just to name a few.
Food intolerance means the foods your body can’t process properly should be avoided, and ultimately excluded from your diet, but switching to a different diet regimen doesn’t have to happen overnight.
You can slowly phase out the foods you are intolerant to, while at the same time introducing the foods that your blood test shows your body prefers. Gradual change will be easier for you schedule, stomach and cooking skills and your body will thank you in the end.