Chronic Pain: Tip for Using Less Medication

You’ve heard it all before – and even from your own GP: the medical profession has few definitive answers on chronic pain due to inflammation. Instead doctors rattle off stuff called ‘risk factors’ intended to be helpful – but not much solace for a long-suffering patient. One thing they generally fail to mention is the…

Twelve Healthy Diet Tips: 1 – 4

So, I have been near-Paleo for a few years now. And it’s priceless to be well and stay well – unlike my previous life, that was a string of illnesses and serial courses of anti-biotics. While we don’t expect you to go Paleo – it’s a good benchmark. Because it is the IDEAL DIET if…

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…