Common Symptoms of Food Allergies & Sensitivities

Common Symptoms of Food Allergies & Sensitivities

An astonishing number of Symptoms are associated with food allergies and sensitivities. Perfectly healthy foods can be virtual poison to your particular system. You want to find out which foods are toxic to your particular system. Food Allergy & Sensitivity Saliva Testing will help you be healthier and more energetic than ever before and alleviate many unexplained and chronic symptoms.

Sinus congestion, drainage, sneezing, watery eyes, itchy eyes, burning eyes; diarrhea, IBS, constipation, bloated feeling, belching, passing gas; abdominal pains or cramps, nausea, vomiting, scratchy throat; heartburn, blood or mucous in stools; pains, aches, stiffness, edema (swelling) in joints; arthritis, limited movement; pains or aches in muscles; binge eating and cravings; compulsive eating; excessive weight; water retention; physical weakness and fatigue; apathy, lethargy; attention deficit, hyperactivity, restlessness, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat; poor physical coordination; stuttering, stammering, slurred speech; frequent illness; frequent urgent urination; genital itch or discharge, anal itching; hives; mood swings, anxiety, fear, nervousness, anger, irritability, aggressiveness, argumentative; frustration; poor memory, difficulty completing projects; difficulty with mathematics; underachiever; poor or short attention span; confusion; easily distracted; difficulty making decisions; sleep disorders; irritable, jittery, moody, chronic depression; exhaustion, headaches, migraines, dizziness, blurred vision; skin rashes such as eczema or psoriasis; indigestion; mucous in stools; foul smelling breath and gas; cold sores; post-nasal drip; coughing; nasal itching; ear pain, hearing loss, pressure in ears, ringing in ears; sugar cravings; (women) vaginitis, irregular menses, PMS.

These are more than a few of the reasons you would want to try this easy and practical route. For me, as could be the case for you, it might be more subtle: just a sense that you could be feeling better, something is ‘off’, you are not feeling complete.