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In Toloerance of Processed Food?

If you think you have a food intolerance but eat processed food-then you might want to think again, according to Dr. Rob Lelywhit of the University of Warwic. He says that the rise in food intolerances can be directly correlated to the vast increase in the amount of processed food that we eat these days. The foods are full of additives and in addition the natural health benefits of raw ingeeditents are lost during the processing. 
Testing Health Beneifts of cutting out wheat and gluten from the diet (apart from Celiac) his team found that most gastrointestinal problems were caused not by wheat, but highly processed foods. In part, he says, people are putting themselves at risk by excluding whole grains which can be health protective. 
To learn more about food intolerance call Dr. Jenkins to schedule your food sensitivity test today!
 636-724-5605  or email  [email protected]

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