Salad Dressings: What You Need to Know

It’s amazing what a little research can uncover! Who would have thought ‘clear’ type salad dressings (e.g. French, Italian) – as opposed to creamy ones like mayonnaise – would be such a minefield for added nasties! Our latest ‘Best Of’ List has pointed up some startling secrets for anyone who cares about what they are…

Recipe: Sweet Spiced Baked Ham

Christmas is not so far away! (Psst! This recipe and dozens of others are in the app foodintol® Ranking. Remember, after your Free Trial – Premium is only $2 per month!) And you haven’t thought of anything to take to Mum’s? Try this Sweet Glazed Baked ham recipe. So easy – and it looks like…

Jane’s Story

Jane* ‘I’m seeing my doctor on Wednesday and I’m sure he’s going to want to run a bunch of tests.  I’ve just had so many tests in the past that say “normal” or whatever, according to their criteria, and it was when I started reading about food intolerances etc that some light was shed on…

Quirky Loaf Story

  Tale of A Gluten Free Novice ‘These days gluten free bread looks and tastes pretty good with lots of varieties – relatively light and toastable. But a very long time ago in the 1990s – when food manufacturers knew nothing about food intolerance – there wasn’t any to buy in the shops. So you…

Small Changes Make a Big Difference: 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 AntiNutrients like gluten, casein and lactose) – brings immediate and noticeable benefits. Like substituting your bread and pasta for gluten…

Emily’s Story

Emily This is a letter from one of our clients, Emily who suffered for years with bloating and stomach issues. Nothing – not even her doctors could solve the problem permanently. But after just a few days of ‘switching a few foods’ she experienced a good improvement. Interestingly – it was not just the benefits…

I Got Sick Last Week

Let me introduce myself, I am Deborah – of the many food intolerances, the years of illnesses, the serial coughs, asthma and bronchitis, the glandular fever, the miscarriages – and of course the rare blood clotting disease