Posted by: Indonesian Children | May 9, 2010

Health Risks Associated with Food Intolerance

Health Risks Associated with Food Intolerance

 

There are serious health risks associated with Food Intolerance. Don’t ignore your symptoms.

You can avoid long-term health risks by doing the Detection Diet in The Food Intolerance Healing Program. But first you need to narrow down the possible causes of your symptoms. Compare your symptoms in the Symptoms Matrix (you must register first).

Health risk Associated with food intolerance: Further information
Anaemia Dairy, Gluten, Fructose Dairy intolerance
Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Anaphylactic shock Food allergy Food allergy
Anxiety Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Fructose intolerance
Arthritis Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Dairy intolerance
Gluten intolerance
Asthma Gluten Gluten intolerance
Auto-immune conditions eg. Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, Addison’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease. Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Back pain Gluten Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Behavioural problems in children Yeast, Gluten, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Fructose intolerance
Bowel cancer Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Cancer Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Celiac Disease Gluten Gluten intolerance
Chronic fatigue Gluten, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Crohn’s Disease Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dehydration Dairy, Gluten, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Depression Gluten, Yeast, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Fructose intolerance
Dermatitis Gluten, Dairy, Yeast, Food allergy Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Food allergy
Dermatitis Herpetiformis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Diabetes Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Eczema Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Endometriosis Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Failure to thrive (in children) Gluten Gluten intolerance
Fungal infections Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Gastro-intestinal distress Dairy, Gluten, Fructose, Yeast, Food allergy Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Food allergy
Genital infections Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Hyperthyroidism Gluten Gluten intolerance
Impotence Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Infertility Gluten, Yeast Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Dairy, Gluten, Yeast, Fructose, Food allergy Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Yeast sensitivityFructose intolerance
Food allergy
Learning difficulties Gluten, Yeast, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Fructose intolerance
Liver disease eg. Jaundice Gluten Gluten intolerance
Loss of sexual desire Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Low iron Gluten, Dairy, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Malabsorption problems eg. Anaemia, insomnia, osteoporosis, fatigue. Gluten, Fructose, Dairy Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Malnutrition (from poor absorption of nutrients) Dairy, Gluten, Fructose, Yeast Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Migraines Dairy, Gluten, Yeast, Food allergy Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Food allergy
Mineral deficiency Dairy, Gluten, Yeast, Fructose Yeast sensitivity
Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Miscarriage Gluten Gluten intolerance
Mood swings Yeast, Gluten, Fructose Yeast sensitivity
Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Neurological conditions eg. multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, epilepsy, memory loss. Gluten Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Obesity Gluten Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Osteoporosis Dairy, Gluten, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Overweight Gluten Gluten intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Psoriasis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Psychological problems eg. depression, behavioral difficulties Gluten, Fructose Gluten intolerance
Fructose intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Respiratory problems Food allergy, Dairy, Gluten Dairy intolerance
Food allergy
Gluten intolerance
Rheumatoid arthritis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Sinusitis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Skin problems Gluten, Dairy, Yeast, Food allergy Gluten intolerance
Dairy intolerance
Yeast sensitivity
Food allergy
Sperm abnormalities Gluten Gluten intolerance
Throat infections Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Dairy intolerance
Ulcerative colitis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Urinary infections Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Vaginal infections Yeast Yeast sensitivity
Vasculitis Gluten Gluten intolerance
Weight fluctuation Yeast, Gluten Yeast sensitivity
Gluten intolerance

How do you find out if you have food intolerance? Narrow the possibilities by comparing your symptoms in the Symptoms Matrix (must register first).

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Responses

  1. Wow this list is huge! Thanks for putting so much effort into a post that gives us the run-down! our son has had terrible Eczema caused by food intolerance and has been helped so much by taking the Belly Boost probiotics. It has been a life-saver for sure bc he could hardly eat anything without really breaking out and itching/bleeding! Awful symptoms for so many – thank you!

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