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Food intolerances: Everything you need to know in our new exciting eBook

How do you diagnose whether you have a food intolerance, and how can you manage it for improved gut health? Read our ebook to find out more.
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first eBook, Food Intolerances, what are they, how are they diagnosed, and how do I manage them?

Are you confused about the difference between a food intolerance, allergy, and sensitivity? The book kicks off with a discussion on the differences between the three conditions before taking a deeper dive into food intolerances. Food intolerances are thought to be common in the population and can cause uncomfortable digestive health symptoms such as nausea, bloating, abdominal pain, and changes to your normal bowel movements. However, they can be difficult to diagnose and there are a lot of myths surrounding the condition, leaving many people confused on how to manage their condition and alleviate their symptoms.

Our brand new eBook on food intolerances.

Our free-to-download book busts a number of common food intolerance myths and considers the most common food intolerances, as well as the symptoms you might experience in more details. We also discuss how you can go about receiving a diagnosis for a food intolerance, including the research to consider when choosing a test.

Once you have received a diagnosis, treatment and management of your condition can be tricky to understand. We have made it easier for you, with a clear section on how you can manage your condition to improve your overall gut health.

With over 30 pages of information, the book concludes with a well stocked references section. Watch this space for our second eBook, which will be coming soon!

Our parent company, Owlstone Medical, are the world leaders in breath analysis. Here at OMED Heath we can offer breath tests that can be used to help diagnose dietary intolerances such as lactose (milk) intolerance or fructose (fruit) intolerance. To ensure accurate results, you may need to do a few things, such as stop taking certain medications, for up to four weeks before doing your test. If you are not sure which breath test you might need, we have a dedicated area on our FAQs page that will help you make an informed decision.


Download The Food Intolerances eBook