What Are Food Sensitivities?

Food sensitivities include many different types of sensitivities to food which may arise for a wide variety of reasons making it a complex, oftentimes confusing and not easily defined area of study. Diagnosis can also be difficult because symptoms may be delayed for up to five days after a food has been consumed which is why it’s hard to identify what your body is sensitive to.

In general, food sensitivities are the result of toxic responses to food and are divided into two categories: allergic responses; and food intolerance’s.

Common Signs of Food Sensitivities:
  1. Fatigue
  2. Brain fog and difficulty concentrating
  3. Joint pain
  4. Headaches or migraines
  5. Eczema
  6. Rashes and skin irritations
  7. Stomach aches
  8. Acid reflex
  9. Bloating
  10. Constipation or diarrhea
  11. Unexplained weight gain or loss
  12. Behavioral issues
What is the difference between A Food Sensitivity and Food Allergy?

What is the difference between A Food Sensitivity and Food Allergy?
Food allergies and food sensitivities are two very different things. A food allergy triggers an extreme and potentially life-threatening reaction, known as an IgE-mediated immune response, whenever you are exposed to a certain type of food, such as peanuts or strawberries.

1)  Most allergic reactions happen within minutes and can range from mild—think hives or stomach cramping—to severe, such as anaphylaxis, which can impair your breathing, cause a dramatic drop in blood pressure, and affect your heart rate.

2)  Due to the severity of food allergies, you likely already know whether or not you have one.

A food sensitivity, on the other hand, is more difficult to diagnose because it triggers an IgG reaction in your system, which is a delayed immune response. It could take up to 72 hours for symptoms of a food sensitivity to present. The problem with this delayed response is that you likely eat a wide range of foods in the time it takes for symptoms to appear, making it difficult to spot a pattern between the specific foods you eat and your symptoms.

Food sensitivities can produce a wide array of symptoms depending on which area of your body the antibodies attack. So you may not even realize that your skin rashes or joint pain you suffer from regularly are diet-related.

Treatments Information

Food Sensitivity Testing, 96 foods IgG $600
Package includes: – Food Sensitivity Testing IgG 96 Foods
– Provider Visit
– 21-day detox plan
– Unlimited support as you heal your gut

Frequently Asked Questions

We offer Food Sensitivity testing that covers 96 different foods that your body may be sensitive to. The goal is to remove those foods from your diet until your gut is healed. Once you’ve removed all of the foods from your diet, you will begin to slowly reintroduce them back into your diet again on a four-day rotation schedule in order to test your body’s response to individual foods.

The 3 most common food intolerances are lactose, a sugar located in milk, casein, a protein discovered in milk, and gluten, a protein located in grains which includes wheat, rye, and barley.


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