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Food Sensitivities

 

Reactions to foods are becoming all too common and Jan has a wealth of experience helping people with food sensitivities and coeliac disease. To investigate the cause of your food reactions, Jan might suggest some investigation in your digestive system's health. Reason being more often than not food reactions are the result of an imbalance of gut flora, parasites, overgrowth of yeast, or even a bacterial infection. These really need to be attended to first to improve the health of the digestive system and to strengthen the gut wall. Once that is treated, Jan will often suggest a food sensitivity test to determine what is truly causing problems. She leaves this testing until this time because an unbalanced, weak digestive system will create more reactions to foods and this list can be overwhelming, and not a true reflection of the foods the person is really sensitive to should they have healthy gut flora and a strong gut wall.

 

Jan’s book, The Eat Well Cookbook, is gluten- and dairy-free and was written because so many people suffer reactions from eating foods such as wheat, dairy and other gluten-containing grains. In clinic, Jan uses a variety of testing methods to determine which foods are potential problems for her clients once she has treated any gut issues. Through dietary tweaks and nutritional medicine she helps her clients become less reactive, reducing symptoms dramatically.

 

Essentially Jan's approach is for long term results and not just applying a bandaid solution to mask symptoms. Many people comment on how other symptoms improve such as rashes, fatigue, headaches, itchy eyes, mood changes and so forth. This is because the digestive system is such an important part of your immune system and if it's not working as well as possible, symptoms can develop that may not seem related.