FOOD SENSITIVITY VS. FOOD INTOLERANCE?
In March, I had the opportunity to attend the fascinating annual World Congress on the Gut Microbiota for Health conference in Miami. Overall, the number of questions raised was far greater than questions answered, but the potential for knowledge and applied interventions waiting for science to uncover them seems limitless. I truly can’t wait to learn all that science will have to offer in the decades to come.
For now, enjoy this wonderful new resource I discovered from the Gut Microbiota for Health website. They share the latest scientific discoveries and free informative infographics like the one included below on FOOD SENSITIVITY VS. FOOD INTOLERANCE:
“Can you tell the difference between food sensitivity and food intolerance? Both are garnering increasing media attention that can sometimes cause confusion, with inaccurate information possibly leading to self-diagnosis and unnecessary dietary restrictions. To shed some light on the topic, we have created an infographic highlighting the differences between the two conditions.
Have a look at our new Gut Microbiota for Health infographic to learn how changes in the gut microbiota may play a role in the development of food sensitivities.”
As mentioned many times before on our blog and social media posts, there is SO MUCH to learn about the gut microbiome’s influence on our health – from food sensitivities and intolerances, to weight management, to depression/anxiety, to gut symptoms and colon cancer risks. I eagerly anticipate learning all that science will have to offer on this topic in the decades to come.
Please call 224.407.4400 or visit compgihealth.com to schedule an appointment. We are eager to share all we know about the impact the gut microbiome may have on your health and wellness.
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