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…

Banana Carrot Smoothie

Ingredients A colourful and healthy breakfast. Prep time 5 mins. 1 large ripe banana 1/2 cup carrot juice 1/2 cup ice cubes 1/4 tsp pure vanilla extract 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tbsp dried cranberries 1 tbsp pecans 1/2 cup blueberries 1 tbsp chia seeds 1 tbsp sunflower seeds How to make This recipe serves…

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

The foodintol® Awards: Best Gluten Free Bread

Winner Best Gluten Free Bread Abbott’s Village Bakery Gluten Free Mixed Seeds. With very low AntiNutrients, its has fRg 2.91 – winning a Silver Medal. Available at Coles and Woolworths. See all the winners: BestGFBreadsAug2017 Avoid AntiNutrients How can you know which gluten free breads are best? Even though they contain no gluten – they often…

Can I Have Macarons ?

We were in Paris this time last year . . . the home of everything delicate, sweet and exquisitely presented. This shop window in St Germain was stunning at 8 am. Surprisingly macarons are ok on foodintol® Ranking WhatNot2Eat – even though they have a lot of sugar! Why? . . . the law of averages! Remember…