We’ve talked about the importance of food intolerance tests in past blogs, but what are you supposed to do after identifying problem foods in your diet? Follow these steps below to get yourself on track to improved health and wellness.
Eliminate the problem foods from your diet.
This seems like a no-brainer, but it is often a step that doesn’t get enough attention. If you are still ingesting the foods that you are intolerant to then you may continue to experience inflammation and other negative symptoms. Be sure to carefully read food labels to keep all intolerances out of your diet.
Replace problem foods with nutrient dense alternatives.
Eliminated food intolerances is a good start but you also need to make sure that you’re still eating for nutrition. If you’re intolerant to oranges for example, make sure you replace that item with something rich in vitamin C to keep your body stable.
Evaluate how you feel.
Monitor your wellness by assessing your energy levels, skin health, mental clarity and more.
Following these steps should help you get on the right track if you’re not already there. Let us know if we missed anything!