5 Signs that food Sensitivity is BAD for your Health

Most of us think of allergies in the traditional sense — hives, rashes, dry eyes, congestion, runny nose. What most people don’t realize is that sensitivities to food can also surface in the form of anxiety, depression, joint pain, asthma, acne, bad breath, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, brain fog, hyperactivity, puffy eyes and face, and even stubborn weight loss.

According to Theron Randolph, known as the father of environmental medicine and clinical ecology, approximately 90% of people have some kind of allergy or sensitivity. And 9 out of 10 of those people don’t realize that their symptoms are related to the food they’re eating on a daily basis.


Possibly the best method for allergy testing is to eliminate them from your diet completely for at least two weeks. Once you have a clean slate, you can reintroduce certain foods into your diet to see if your symptoms return. Most standard allergy tests tend not precise enough to detect the lower levels of food substances that could be causing your symptoms.


Only you know what it feels like to be in your body, so you are your own best healer. Use the list below to determine the not-so-obvious ways to identify an allergy or sensitivity.


1. You say, “I can’t live without my (fill in the blank).”


Feeling “addicted” to any food is a red flag. It’s also the way in which we can develop a sensitivity to a food. Too much of a good thing can actually be a bad thing.


2. You’ve tried several diets, eat “pretty healthy,” exercise regularly and still can’t seem to lose weight. 


When you’re eating foods that don’t work in your body, you become inflamed. Inflammation causes you to hold on to weight no matter how few calories you’re consuming or how much exercise you’re doing.


3. You feel “puffy.”


Do you ever feel like you puffed up like a blowfish overnight? Your pants are too tight, your face is more round and your fingers are swollen. This puffiness is your body’s response to allergens. When you’re inflamed, you retain water, resulting in what I refer to as the “puffy factor.”


4. Your health isn’t what you want it to be.


Despite your best efforts, you still deal with some annoying health issues. Things like acne, bags under your eyes, low energy, constipation, anxiety, insomnia, infertility and migraines.


5. Seasonal hay fever seems to last all year long.


Runny nose, dry eyes and sinus congestion are all signs of seasonal hay fever, but if you find that you have these symptoms most of the year, you could be dealing with a hidden food sensitivity.

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