By Alane Stieglitz, ND, CNC
Have you ever wondered what the top 7 IgG Food Intolerances are that lead to adverse health challenges? IgG Food Intolerance can cause a bunch of unnecessary symptoms. It can often take a simple tweak in a person’s daily diet to reduce or even eliminate troublesome symptoms.
Some of the symptoms that an IgG Food Intolerance can cause are fibromyalgia pain, inflammation, headaches, weight gain, bloating, GI upsets, skin eruptions, brain fog, trouble sleeping, sinus congestion, and even shortness of breath.
Any food, even healthy foods, can be linked to an IgG Food Intolerance reaction in the body. But some top foods seem to be the culprits.
Dairy: Our IgG Food test will tell you if dairy is causing any inflammatory symptoms. The IgA part of the test will tell if dairy is causing gut symptoms or contributing to leaky gut or poor absorption Dairy can lead to constipation, acne, loose stools, joint pain, headaches, sinus pressure, and more. I love dairy, but it does not like my skin! Dairy was one of my worst IgG Food reactions when I was tested. If I eat dairy, I will break out with an acne blemish, and my sinuses will clog up, so I do my best to avoid it and feel great.
Gluten: The gluten protein is found in the grain that is known as wheat. Gluten has been known to affect people with autoimmunity and gut issues negatively. We have also seen it cause acne, bloating, joint pain, fatigue, brain fog, high liver enzymes, and even headaches.
If you are curious about gluten and how it affects your health, consider adding the Wheat Zoomer to the IgG Test to get the most answers and clear direction for your daily diet.
Eggs: Eggs can be difficult for the body to break down and absorb. I have seen an egg IgG food intolerance symptoms range from diarrhea, stomach pain, sinus congestion, anxiety, and migraines. The other day, I was visiting my dad, and he loves to cook omelets for me. I ate two eggs with some vegetables, and 1 hour later I felt bloated and had a headache. I know it was because I have an IgG food intolerance to eggs, and I need to find a different food for my dad to cook when I visit.
Peanut: An IgG Food (peanut reaction) is different than your typical peanut allergy. An IgG Peanut intolerance does not necessarily lead to breathing challenges, but instead, it will lead to sinus congestion, acne, headaches, and more. I have seen many clients that tested positive for a peanut IgG food intolerance have clearer-looking skin, just from removing this one food.
Soy: This is another hard-to-break-down protein that I have seen cause headaches, anxiety, trouble sleeping, bloating, and swelling.
Corn: Over the years, corn has shown up more and more on IgG Food Intolerance testing. We had one client that had terrible constipation and anxiety. He removed all of the other problem foods but kept eating corn. Then, he gave up corn one day, and all of his constipation and anxiety symptoms went away. Due to corn being so genetically modified, it is no wonder corn is one of our top 7 foods!
Grains: Yes, even gluten-free grains can lead to IgG Food intolerance. This is due to the cross-reactivity of gluten. This means that grains, even gluten-free, CAN act like gluten in the body. This is why the popular Keto or Paleo diets are so beneficial to so many people!
So, if you are struggling with your daily diet and not knowing which foods to eat and which foods to eliminate, consider doing our IgG Food Intolerance Test. It is always beneficial to get answers to help you achieve better health and wellness, naturally.
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