Food intolerances can be incredibly severe, but they can also be just an additional nuisance in your life that you shouldn’t have to deal with. There are varying ranges of severity and causes of food intolerances, and understanding what they are can help you become healthier in your own body.
Tips for Improving Your Food Intolerance
Sometimes we can even be unaware that we are intolerant to a certain food, but it could slowly but surely be causing us stress inside of our body. This stress can accumulate over time, wearing us down, and impacting our daily lives.
Dairy and gluten are two extremely common causes of food intolerance, and impact the largest amount of people of any food products in our regular diets.
Luckily though, there are ways that we can work to improve our stomach and digestive system so that we can tolerate the foods we are intolerant too, more easily.
Difference Between Food Intolerance and Food Allergy
Contrarily to a food allergy, food intolerances do not mean that we can never eat or ingest this food. A food intolerance is more likely developed because our body is lacking a certain digestive enzyme or necessary bodily function to tolerate whatever the food is.
By determining what our body is lacking, and consistently taking steps to ensure that our digestive system is working at maximum ability, we can limit the chance that a certain food will not be tolerated in our body!
If you would like to learn more about food intolerances and how to handle them, the PDF below is an excellent resource for you!
This document is much more comprehensive than my overview, and provides a few dietary supplements than can assist you in working with your body to improve food intolerances. I highly suggest that you take a few minutes to read this document, and learn more about the subject for yourself!