Do I have an allergy, sensitivity or intolerance?
One-in-four people has a food allergy and as many as 40% of children are now diagnosed with one (1). Food sensitivity and intolerance are not as acute as allergy but are even more common and it is likely that the majority of people in the UK have symptoms from eating specific foods.
Sick and tired of being tired and sick?
Whilst a food allergy is potentially life threatening, food intolerances can be severely quality-of-life threatening. Maybe you have forgotten what it is like to not feel bloated, sluggish, hung-over, toxic? All food intolerances are avoidable, and we are passionate about helping people through the mass of confusing information around food and diet.
The right help and support
There are so many possible symptoms associated with allergy and intolerance and such a mess of conflicting opinion that it really can be a huge benefit to have an expert hold your hand through your healing process. Our resources include the combined 300 years of expertise at New Medicine Group.
What do you need to do now?: