Fructose-Free Guides for a Fructose-free Diet

Could your symptoms indicate Fructose Intolerance?

Do your symptoms suggest Fructose intolerance? Do you have malabsorption issues (e.g. unexplained weight loss, anaemia) and daily diarrhea? If yes, you could try a Fructose-Free diet for a while to find out. If your symptoms get better - then, yes you could be Fructose intolerant. However - to get proof of intolerance you need to do a Fructose challenge - best done using a Journal.

Careful observation is needed to find Food Intolerance

The only trouble is - many people blame Fructose sensitivity - because they are hoping it is not Dairy sensitivity or Gluten intolerance. This is not a good way to investigate your symptoms. A much better way is to keep a Journal and track changes as you switch foods. See Detection Diet Journal

 

When to use a Fructose-Free Guide

The main reason to investigate Fructose sensitivity is if you have daily diarrhea. However - even if you do - it does not necessarily mean your have Fructose Intolerance. Be very careful about ruling out Dairy intolerance (which can also cause daily diarrhea) - because it is much more common than Fructose intolerance. Three in four people are affected by Dairy intolerance (75%).

These symptoms are also typical of Gluten intolerance. In all cases - it's best to use the proven Journal Method to pinpoint your food intolerance.

How to go Fructose-Free

Remember - don't do this unless you are quite sure (have proof) you have Fructose sensitivity. Eating Fructose-free can be tricky for a first-timer, you really need a proper guide!

The foodintol® Fructose-free Complete Guide gives you:

  • Comprehensive tables on how to substitute foods to avoid fructose

  • Tips and Traps for the first-timer

  • Shopping Guides for each section of the supermarket: Fresh Produce, Chilled, Frozen, Bakery and Shelf Goods.

  • A Meals Guide for inspiration and ideas when you have run out

  • Dining Out Guide - All types of international cuisines are ranked for suitability for Fructose-Free

  • Great Fructose-free Recipes  Diet Food Guides >>

 

I think I might have food intolerance: What should I do?

Beginning with our free e-course, we can help you establish if you are suffering from gluten or wheat intolerance or if your symptoms indicate an intolerance to dairy, fructose or yeast. You may even be suffering from more than one food intolerance.

Doing nothing can be a risk. Undiagnosed food intolerance can cause serious long-term health problems like osteoporosis, anaemia and many others.

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