Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome include stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation, which may be intermittent. You can usually help ease digestive discomfort by making changes to your diet and lifestyle.
Blood Sugar Control
Avoiding peaks and drops in blood sugar levels is important for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. It can also be a useful tool for achieving weight-loss goals, improving mood and concentration.
Whilst food allergies mean you need avoid certain foods, food intolerances are currently poorly understood. Unfortunately, there is currently no reliable and proven method of testing for the majority of food intolerances.
Working to find an individualised eating plan which works for you and fits into your lifestyle, is one of the best long term approaches to weight loss and maintenance. Learning the basics of good nutrition can put you in control of making better choices when it comes to your diet.