Month: July 2015

Winning the emotional battle of food intolerance diagnosis

Every day in my clinic when I give patients the news about their food intolerance diagnosis, a common reaction is one of grief and disappointment. “But I can’t possibly give up dairy they cry. “I can’t believe I have to miss out on dairy it’s one of my favourites.” Usually, I take the chance to…
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Simple swaps for Food Intolerance’s

For many patients, being told they have a food intolerance is a double-edged sword. On one side, they have a huge sense of relief of finally knowing what’s been making them feel so unwell and hope that they can and will feel better. That relief however can be tainted by a sense of grief about…
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