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Gluten intolerance is a global problem, with 1.9% of the United Kingdom population experiencing it. This figure is continuing to rise, and the most concerning fact is that most of the people with a gluten intolerance are never diagnosed. Here are five symptoms you may...read more
The Festive Season is all about enjoying good food and spending time with your nearest and dearest. However, if you have a food intolerance it may be a little bit trickier as you can’t enjoy the traditional turkey with all the trimmings, especially if you are...read more
Cabbage is an amazing vegetable. Full of vitamin C, rich in fibre, iodine, Vitamin A, beta-carotene, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sodium. There was a study carried out in the 1950’s where patients with gastric ulcers and acid reflux...read more
One of the main requests from intolerance testing we get here is for people to see whether they are yeast intolerant. This is a surprisingly common intolerance which if gone undiagnosed, can cause a lot of pain to the sufferer. The symptoms of a yeast intolerance can...read more
They have anti bacterial anti viral properties. They are great for helping reduce cholesterol in the body. They contain, quercetin, biotin, chromium, folic acid, vitamin C, B1, B6 and K, sulphur magnesium phosphorus selenium potassium and bio flavonoids. They also...read more
2013 was named the “Year of Quinoa” by United Nations General Assembly, so let’s find out why it is so special. Quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah) is a tiny, bead shaped grain with a bitter flavour. It is gluten free so is suitable for anyone with a gluten intolerance or...read more