Food Intolerances

What is a Food Intolerance:

Many get confused between a food intolerance a food allergy; but what really is the difference between the two?

An allergy to a particular food is when your body’s immune system reacts to a particular food or drink. The symptoms can range from mild to severe, depending on the severity. 

Although some symptoms of food allergy and food intolerance may be the same, it is the digestive system that is affected by a food intolerance. This means, your body has difficulty digesting a particular food. Symptoms may not be suffered immediately, and may be delayed by up to 48 hours, and may last for hours or even days. This makes it quite tricky to pin-point what specific food you have an intolerance to.

If you have a food allergy and food intolerance, this can be tested with a home finger prick test. Nutriprep is partnered with one of the UKs largest laboratories, providing you with your results within 3-5 working days to test for over 130 food groups. Contact me directly from my website to enquire more. Following your results, a bespoke meal plan will be generated for you to help alleviate your uncomfortable symptoms. 

What you can expect from Nutriprep Food Intolerance Programmes:

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

Irritable bowel syndrome is a common condition affecting the digestive system, affecting 2 in 10 people in the UK. A flare-up varies between individuals and may change from one episode to the next. You can develop IBS at any age, but you usually have your first symptoms when you’re between 20 and 30

Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome include stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. These may come and go over time.

You can usually help ease irritable bowel syndrome by changing your diet and lifestyle, such as avoiding things that trigger your symptoms.

What you can expect from Nutriprep Irritable Bowel Disease/Syndrome (IBD/IBS) Programmes:

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Any Questions?

Marina at Nutriprep Nutrition has all the answers to start you off on a journey to a better you.