Packing a food intolerance friendly picnic
The weather is warming up and, with social distancing still recommended, outdoor picnics are a great way to get together and enjoy the summer safely.
But for those of us with a food intolerance, many of our traditional picnic favourites can feel like they’re off the menu.
Could beer be behind your bloating?
Getting fit this summer. How to make real sustainable changes.
With the weather heating up, many of us are turning our attention to the extra pounds we gained during lockdown.
Are food intolerances more common now?
Can you grow out of a food intolerance?
Could food intolerance be causing your joint pain?
Sore, aching, and stiff joints are something we commonly put down to ageing, or a natural response to exercise. We often excuse aches and pains without much thought, managing the symptoms with over-the-counter medication
Could something in my diet be causing my eczema?
Struggling with your weight. Could food intolerance be to blame?
From bangers to burgers. Could you have a meat intolerance?
Plant-based diets may be on the rise, but it’ll be a while yet before they completely replace meat.
4 reasons why your Nutritional Therapy consultation is the most important part of your food intolerance test.
Food intolerance: Testing methods under the microscope
Food intolerance and depression. Is there a link?
With Easter out of the way and spring in full swing, many of us are looking forward to casting off the winter blues and enjoying sunnier days.
Could your lockdown diet have triggered a food intolerance?
Should I just give up dairy?
What’s behind the bloating?
We’ve all been there. Tucking into a delicious meal, we overindulge until the waistband is digging into our stomach and the button is ready to pop. That uncomfortable feeling of fullness is a common result of overeating, and generally nothing to be concerned about.
What are the common symptoms of a food intolerance?
Are food intolerances and food allergies the same?
Research grant helps Smartblood make food intolerance testing more affordable.
At Smartblood, we’re delighted to be able to offer our most comprehensive food intolerance test at a market leading price, thanks to a new research grant.
Q&A with Smartblood Nutritionist Sheila.
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