Eliminate Three Common Food Sensitivities
Then Listen to What Your Body Tells You
by Holly J. Niles, Licensed Functional Medicine Clinical Nutritionist
Many people report being sensitive to food. These sensitivities can cause digestive issues, increased pain and inflammation, headaches, brain fog or other issues. On the other hand, many people don’t notice any connections between food and feelings.
Food sensitives are not allergies, but they can create quality of health problems for some. What’s the difference between a sensitivity and an allergy?