Cravings? Chronic Fatigue? Highs and Lows? Headache?

Cravings for sugar or starchy foods can set you on a physical and emotional rollercoaster.  But here's the good news: it's probably not your lack of willpower: it's more likely to be FOOD TOXINS hiding in your meals and snacks.

Sugar cravings, mood swings and headache - the food intolerance 'cocktail'

Sugar cravings and chronic fatigue are common signs of bad responses to FOOD TOXINS. You may gain weight inexplicably. You may suffer mood swings, diarrhea, constipation, anxiety or 'the blues'. There may also be headaches and migraines.

FOOD TOXINS can mess with your thyroid gland, interfering with your metabolism. Changes in weight happen for no apparent reason.

 

The Gut-Brain Axis

Your intestine is connected to your brain - affecting your mood

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When FOOD TOXINS like casein, solanine, gliadin or others pass into a Leaky Gut they cause gastrointestinal distress - and we now know - neurological disturbances.

Working together they cause damage in the digestive tract. But then they cross the gut-brain axis – resulting in neural and brain disorders.

A very long double nerve trunk, the vagus nerve connects the brain to the lungs, heart, gut and other organs.

Everyone has felt the brain have an immediate effect on the gut: in panic or high-stress situations.

But it can work the other way around too.

Nerve signals can travel upwards from an unhappy gut - to the brain - but with slow-onset effects.

Symptoms include:

  • mood swings
  • anxiety
  • depression

These are now linked to digestive issues.

Clinical studies also link the food toxins to:

  • headaches
  • migraines
  • dizziness and
  • nightmares.

Left unattended these can develop into mental illness: schizophrenia or autism.

However - studies confirm illness improves when food toxins are avoided.

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References

Food intolerance and Thyroid disorders e.g. Metabolism

 

RESEARCH & REFERENCES

All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals