Millions of people suffer from food intolerances


Food intolerances aren’t life threatening but they can be quality-of-life threatening, sometimes affecting people’s ability to live normal healthy lives. The incidence of food intolerance is extremely wide and it is estimated that 45% of the population could be affected. Many people with food intolerance suffer with vague, unexplained symptoms and the link with food isn’t always obvious.  Sufferers often complain of:

  • Seeming to be in a ‘fog’,
  • Feeling bloated
  • Feeling tired all the time
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Insomnia, anxiety and depression
  • Diarrhea, constipation and irritable bowel syndrome
  • Premenstrual syndrome

An IgG food intolerance test is now available in clinic.  This test measures antibody response to 59 foods and you get the results in less than 40 minutes!  You don’t have to send off a sample and wait weeks to receive results from a testing laboratory.

If you’re suffering with vague, annoying, unexplained symptoms that affect the quality of your life, then you may be interested in finding out your food intolerances.  People who avoid what they are intolerant of can have improved symptoms within days.

Brenda Rogers

With over 25 years experience as a corporate trainer, naturopath, yoga teacher and wise woman educator, Brenda is the head clinician and coach at Quintessence Health.

"A healthy mind and body simply ensures you have the time and energy to fully express and manifest your life’s purpose – it facilitates the unfolding of joy."

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