How to know if you have a food intolerence

Food intolerances are directly tied to inflammation. If you are experiencing inflammation you most likely have a have food intolerance.

Here are the top 10 signs that you may be experiencing inflammation

  • Extra weight around the waist
  • High blood glucose levels
  • Gas, diarrhea, bloating or constipation
  • Tired all the time
  • Skin problems like eczema or Psoriases, or you skin is red or blotchy
  • You have allergies
  • Your face is puffy or you have bags under your eyes
  • You have gum disease
  • You’re depressed, anxious, or suffering from brain fog
  • If you are a man, you have erectile disfunction

    How can you fix this?

    Start cutting out highly inflammatory foods like sugar and grains and replace them with lean protein, veggies and healthy fat.

    Eat foods like fruits and veggies, whole grains, beans , nuts, fish, herbs and spices.

    Avoid foods that are highly processed, overly greasy, or super sweet.

    Other things you can do to reduce inflammation: getting enough sleep and working towards reducing stress in your life.

    Where to start 

    The best way is a detox program to eliminate some of the most common foods that can cause inflammation. It does not need to be a complicated or long program. Aim for a program that has a week long elimination period like my 14 Day Cleanse Reset

    Action step for this week:

    Pay attention to how foods make you feel. Keep a simple journal of what you eat and any feelings of discomfort you experience. This will help you to start connecting which foods are bothering and which ones make you feel good. Keep in mind that it can take a few days for a food to negatively affect you. That is why the journal is crucial.

    Schedule a  FREE “Weight Loss Resistance” Strategy session to find out what is holding you back and get 1-2 clear action steps you can take right away to start reaching your goals. Schedule Now

    Resources:

    https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-24782/10-signs-you-have-chronic-inflammation.html

    https://www.webmd.com

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