Woah! There are many foods that you need to watch out for when planning your meals, as an individual can develop a food sensitivity or intolerance to anything.

Foods causing you pain after eating

Have a look at just some of the problem foods that Allergy Test believe are likely to cause you pain after eating. 

Dairy

If you recognize any of the following symptoms after eating dairy then it is probably that you have a dairy sensitivity; bloating, weight gain, fatigue, and irritable bowels. A bloated stomach is one of the more common symptoms that is reported, alongside flatulence, but you can make sure you know what is causing your symptoms by ordering a food sensitivity test here. Remember, there are plenty of alternatives to milk which you can choose from, so if you are suffering from symptoms then please be careful. Avoiding dairy if you have a food sensitivity will stop you from experiencing pain after eating.

Meat and Shellfish

Yep, that’s right, there are so many foods that have the potential to cause you pain after eating, especially something like meat and shellfish. Meat and most forms of fish provide a wide range of protein, minerals, and vitamins. They are also full of essential fatty acids, and there are a lot of people who feel that meat is a part of their diet that they cannot get rid of. If you have meat sensitivity though, you must eliminate it from your diet or you will continue to experience bloat, headaches and experience pain after eating.

Nuts

Whenever you fancy a midday snack or have headed into a bar, you fancy some nuts. Whether it be peanuts, almond nuts or any other variety and you just want a snack, you always want to consume nuts. But are nuts causing you pain after eating? If so, then you may have a nut intolerance or food sensitivity. Testing food sensitivities to nuts, Allergy Test can help you to understand whether or not you have a sensitivity to nuts.

If you would like to know more about food sensitivities or find out which foods are causing you pain after eating, then you can log on to www.allergytest.co and talk to our Customer Service advisors.