Having got your food intolerance results from Allergy Test, the time has come for you to exclude foods from your diet and start your journey to becoming a happier and healthier you! At Allergy Test, we are happy to share some secrets for success which we believe will help you to get the best out of your exclusion diet. For the next 28 days, you will be looking to feel lighter and thinner after your allergy-friendly diet, with your symptoms being far less prominent than usual. Below are 4 ways you can make the most of your Allergy Test discoveries:
Find a support network
It’s not always easy excluding some of your favorite foods from your diet, but it is necessary. If you are able to get the help and support that you need (Allergy Test can also help you) then your goals become a lot more achievable. This is also relevant if you have a set goal, such as a certain amount of weight loss. You may even be able to exclude some foods as a family or even a partnership! Every little helps!
An exclusion diet is not always easy, but it is important! You should make sure you are fully prepared for your exclusion diet by checking the foods and recipes that you regularly use. Allergy Test helps you to discover which foods you have developed an intolerance to, and it is very important that you take note of your results. Once you have looked through your results, you can look for replacement foods which you can then introduce into your daily diet.
Keep track of your Allergy Test symptoms
This is a must! Keeping track of how you feel and any changes you experience can be very useful. This can also provide a great understanding of your symptoms and what foods are causing them. Linking to your diet, food allergy symptoms and intolerance symptoms can provide a point of reference as to how your diet is going. If you track your symptoms every 7 days, then if they have quietened down after a week, you can see that it is taking effect. Allergy Test customers often find themselves questioning the reasons behind eliminating certain foods, but your exclusion diet will show the benefits of this.
Remove EVERYTHING potentially offensive
Sometimes, the only way that a person can ensure that they do not succumb to temptation is to get rid of everything in the kitchen cupboards that you have a food intolerance to. This is to stop us from failing to resist temptation and ruining everything we have worked so hard for.