79% Report Less Bloating: Survey

Here at the Food Intolerance Institute we have two decades of extensive research – about the links between certain foods and illnesses. Here’s what we have learned:  – even small changes in diet (i.e. any move to reduce gluten and/or dairy) – brings immediate and quite noticeable benefits.

Like substituting your bread and pasta for gluten free varieties – and choosing almond milk or soy milk instead of cow’s milk.

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We also have fifteen years of experience helping thousands of members as they take the journey of discovery. On the world stage – this is a unique cross-section of knowledge!

OUR APPROACH: Pinpointing problem foods gives people the gift of long term good health.

Survey: Even small changes bring good results

The landmark foodintol® Survey 2012 demonstrated the effect. Of the 900+ members who completed the survey – after finding their food intolerance:

  • 79% reported stomach bloating was better
  • 70% found they had increased energy levels
  • 40% say they can concentrate better than before
  • 38% of overweight respondents noticed weight loss (without trying)

These are striking results – and the only findings of their type ever sought. More Survey results

Headaches less intense, less frequent

Headache is common

Of the 50% who suffered headaches – 41% found relief by ‘switching a few foods’

  • 48% reported they now need less medication – or none at all
  • And the majority of respondents (59%) were actually surprised by their results:
    • 17% had suspected the wrong food intolerance all along
    • A further 42% were surprised to discover a second food intolerance

Overall conclusion: Chronic symptoms fade when ‘problem foods’ are reduced.

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