Discover Food Intolerances
A food diary is essential to breakdown a diet and find the food
intolerances that disturb your body's health. An elimination diet
followed with a food diary is what you need to follow.
Examples of food intolerances is celiac disease, gluten sensitivity,
cow's bilk protein sensitivity and other food intolerances that are
associated with digestive and non-digestive symptoms.
Some of the most common non-digestives symptoms includes fatigue or
tiredness, headaches, bone, joint and/or muscle pain. Mental
fogginess, impaired attention, nerve pain, severally or painful itchy skin
The most common digestive symptoms include feeling excess fullness with
meals or afterwards bloating or distended abdomen, diarrhea, excess or foul
gas, constipation, heartburn, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
Keeping a food diary, with a mood diary, and medical diary plus an
exercise diary, all of which are included in the Food And Exercise Diary,
will allow you to find an association between certain food that you do not
agree, types of foods or food groups that you do not tolerate.
A guessing game without a food diary is never smart and is not going to
work, and may even mislead you. While logging your foods, exercise and
medical will insure that you will arrive much faster to find out which foods
you do not agree with. You will feel better sooner using a food diary.
One of our clients reported that for 5 years he had headaches. The
doctors could not find out what are the reasons. After keeping a food
diary for 2 weeks, he was able to pinpoint the types of foods that where
causing him the headaches. He stopped eating these foods, and the
headaches disappeared. Just two weeks of using the food diary solved a
5 year old medical problem.