Are you struggling to eat your normal diet without symptoms flaring?

Do you think there might be a link between your digestive discomfort, your itching or your nasal congestion and your diet?

Do you find that sometimes a food seems to cause issues and other times it doesn't?

Are you fed up of not being sure what you can eat without consequences?

You may have already tried to cut things out of your diet without success, and aren't sure why it hasn't worked.

You would like practical tips on how to identify what you are reacting to.

You would like to understand more about why you are so sensitive to particular foods.

You would like to know if there are things you can do to support your health, and reduce your reactivity.

What's in the book?

  • The difference between allergies, intolerances and sensitivities
  • Common allergens, and less common reactive foods
  • More about gluten, lactose and histamine reactivity
  • Why digestion and gut health matter
  • What factors can exacerbate food sensitivity
  • You’ll also get a food and symptom diary form, and advice to help you identify what you are reacting to.

About the author

With one daughter diagnosed with coeliac disease, another with allergies and eczema and having suffered herself with food sensitivities, histamine intolerance and autoimmune issues, Gemma was drawn towards discovering how food and lifestyle could impact the immune system and her background as a science researcher and communicator helped her to dive into the data. 

Using diet and supplements alongside more conventional medications she was able to improve her digestive health, itching, joint aches and underlying fatigue, and support her family better.

Gemma is now a nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner specialising in food reactivity and immune health. She helps adults with gut autoimmunity and food reactivity identify their triggers, and address underlying factors that are exacerbating their reactivity, so they can regain the joy of food without fear.

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