Do you have reactions to certain foods and wonder if you should have a food allergies and intolerances test?

Can these reactions sometimes take over 24, 48 or even 72 hours to appear after you’ve been exposed to certain foods?

Is it a range of symptoms like bloating, eczema, headaches, joint pain, nausea or psoriasis?

Or perhaps you’re accumulating more sensitivities to foods, perfumes, and pollen, and maybe even something as random as the sun, as time passes?

Have you already had an allergies and intolerances test but you have reactions to so many foods, it’s overwhelming and you don’t know where to begin?

Are you bewildered by all the free-from choices available and wondering, “what can I actually eat?”

What’s the difference between an allergies and intolerances test, or coeliac disease and gluten sensitivity tests?

And which should you be tested for?  With so many tests on the market, how do you know which one is accurate?

Have you visited our Allergies and Intolerances package but are confused as to why we begin with looking at the gut?

We know how complicated the world of nutrition and food allergies can be.  In fact, with a new study coming out and being published every day contradicting the one from the previous day, it can be, quite frankly, a minefield to navigate.  That’s why we’ve hosted this session, as our aim is to demystify the myths, answer your questions, and give you clarity. 

We want you to come away feeling informed and empowered to make the right choices for you!