AntiNutrients like gluten and casein can have powerful effects in the body.
Ok, so, we know about the bloating, headaches and sluggish feeling – from eating gluten and dairy foods. But did you know they are also linked to your mood – like anxiety and even depression?
Those AntiNutrients – strange proteins like zein (corn), casein (milk) and gluten (grains) – don’t break down in the human digestive system. So your body thinks they are ‘foreign’ and goes into a mild panic. Its response is to set up inflammation in the membranes around the brain, the skeletal joints, intestines or the skin.
These are then experienced as tension, anxiety, joint stiffness, digestive issues, skin disease – or a raft of other ailments. Check out the scientific studies on this.
The solution? … Avoid AntiNutrients – because we are not ‘designed’ to eat them.
Plus! Reducing AntiNutrients works fast to make you feel better.
Our Promise – you’ll feel better in just 5 days if you keep to the Target Zone in the app.
AntiNutrients could be slowing down your system and robbing you of that get-up-and-go from days past.
How to reduce AntiNutrients? Easy. Aim for the Target Zone.
The f-Ranking gives a measure of AntiNutrients in foods.
Sure, we all know about Nutrients. But what about AntiNutrients like lactose, gluten, lectins, casein, sugars, alkaloids, zein and additives?
Millions of people suffer symptoms because of them. It’s called FOOD INTOLERANCE.
What does a low f-Ranking mean?
A LOW foodintol® Ranking (fRg) means it is GOOD (very few AntiNutrients) e.g. Asparagus, fRg 0.9:
What about a high f-Ranking?
A HIGH ranking means it contains a high level of AntiNutrients like milk proteins, lactose, gluten or additives, e.g. Cow’s milk (even skim milk) fRg 38.0:
Headaches, bloating, skin problems, irritable bowel – or other nasties?
AntiNutrients – just like the name says – do the opposite of nourishing your body. They cause damage. And over time – that leads to disease.
What’s your f-Ranking right now?
Well – what have you eaten today? Just enter your foods and read the meter. Simple.