Identifying Food Allergies

After identifying my own over 6 years ago, due to debilitating health issues that conventional medicine could not figure out, I embarked on my own journey to figure out what was wrong with me. I took what I knew about nutrition, wellness and health, started listening to my intuition and my body. I knew it was my responsibility to feel better and instinctively I know my body better than anyone, yes, even doctors.

This journey led me to better health, which I have chronicled over the years on my Blog since 2013, and ultimately, which led me to learn more about health, nutrition and wellness, by becoming an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

I firmly believe many people go about their lives suffering from unidentified food allergies. While you may not have specific food allergies, everyone can benefit from an anti-inflammatory diet, free of the common allergy triggering foods.

Do you think you might be suffering from food allergies, an undiagnosed autoimmune disorder or chronic inflammation? 

Common Symptoms to look for:


Digestive issues: "Brain Fog":
  • bloating
  • minor cognitive issues
  • constipation
  • forgetting things
  • diarrhea
  • general fuzziness of the brain
  • regular bouts of all the above
  • excessive grogginess upon waking, even after 7-8 hours of sleep
  • fatigue
  • skin - such as rashes, exzema, psoriasis
"Seasonal" allergy symptoms year-round, frequent colds or regularly feeling worn down
  • mood swings
  • itchiness
  • food cravings
  • runny nose
Excessive Anxiety/Stress:
  • excessive mucus
  • while stress is inevitable in life, the anxiety and stress that may be allergy related is the kind that is ever present, even in a non-stressful situation
  • constant tickle in the throat, or regular throat clearing/coughing
Generally feeling like crap all the time
  • dry, itchy eyes







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