12 Reasons you may have Food Intolerances

Are you suffering from any of the symptoms below? You might be well aware of the connection between food intolerances and that symptoms such as a scratchy throat, hives, swelling etc but what about the less obvious ones like brain fog, achy joints and hormones out of whack?

Do you think the foods you are eating are contributing to your symptoms?

  1. You are experiencing digestive distress.

This is one of the most obvious signs that you may have a food intolerance and need to review your diet. Symptoms such as bloating, gas, and diarrhea are not only uncomfortable they are a major red flag that things are not functioning properly.

  1. Allergies are no longer “seasonal” and occur often.

Your sinuses are an extension of your digestive system. So it would make sense that if you have poor gut health your immunity is going to be weak as well.

  1. You don’t feel healthy despite eating healthily.

Even the healthiest foods can cause aggravation in your body, flaring up problems for you. Identifying foods that cause you problems can help you overcome a whole host of issues.

  1. You have skin problems.

Intolerance to foods can present itself as a skin problem. This could be itching, eczema, rashes, psoriasis, acne and many more.

  1. You are always exhausted.

Being in a constant state of exhaustion is not normal. Food intolerances cause toxic build up, inflammation, gut imbalances and stress. These all contribute to problems with your brain/adrenal communication, which elevates your cortisol and leaves you exhausted.

  1. You aren’t as mentally sharp.

If you lack the ability to focus or struggle to remember various details on a regular basis, you’re dealing with brain fog. Food intolerances cause an increase in inflammation. This inflammation leads to damage to your protective blood-brain barrier, also known as “leaky brain.”  By identifying food intolerances you can eliminate them from your diet. A decrease in inflammation will relieve the oxidative stress in the hypothalamus of the brain.

  1. Your joints are always sore.

Inflammation caused by food intolerance again is a major culprit. So if you haven’t been pushing yourself at the gym but your body is sore and aches you most likely have inflammation that needs to be addressed.

  1. You’re constantly stressed.

Food intolerances contribute to stress on the body.  Stress is a major contributor to all sorts of health problems and can act like a trigger for everything from weight issues, depression to autoimmune conditions.

  1. You struggle to lose weight.

Food intolerances upset your gut and cause imbalances in your gut bacteria. When you don’t have enough good bacteria, bad bacteria takes over and leads to inflammation and a slowed metabolism. When you start healing your gut your weight loss will be a healthy by-product.

  1. Your hormones are out of whack.

Hormone problems can be anything from fatigue to weight-loss resistance to irregular periods. Each of these health problems can be traced back to chronic inflammation due to food intolerances, poor diet and toxins.

  1. Your sleep patterns are off.

Food intolerances contribute to hormonal issues like adrenal fatigue and leptin resistance. This can lead to irregular circadian rhythms, this is out 24 hour body clock cycle that tells our bodies when to sleep, rise, eat etc. It regulates many physiological processes. By identifying food intolerances and reducing inflammation you’ll be getting eight hours of uninterrupted sleep before you know it.

  1. You are anxious and depressed.

Depression and anxiety often stem from excessive inflammation.  When you know what foods you have intolerance to you can cut them from your diet and reduce this inflammation. Leaky brain triggers an inflammatory-autoimmune response against your brain and nervous tissue. By removing the offending foods you should soon feel a sense of calm.


Eliminating the guilty culprit is the obvious answer but taking the time to eliminate every food type one by one can be painful.

A tailored Food Intolerance Test that analyses your blood sample for food specific IgG antibody reactions will identify the foods your are reacting to. Combining this with the Full 360° Coaching programme that focuses on both your physical and mental well being to ensure you have all the tools you need to ensure you eradicate the symptoms and feel great!


  • Tailored Food Intolerance Test
  • Personal Menu Plan & Recipes
  • Hypnotherapy or Hypnosis to change your mindset (no more battling with your subconscious)
  • Accountability and support