Food Intolerances and Skin
Skin issues such as acne, rosacea and wrinkling can be directly connected to your diet. In fact, in 30% of cases, skin conditions completely clear when a person is eating a healthy diet rich in foods that their body agrees with.
Here at Supply Life, we are regularly called upon by people that are experiencing skin issues, helping them to detect whether their skin problems are connected to an intolerance.
Acne and Food Intolerances
Acne is a common response to a food intolerance. But why? Well, in short, when your body is intolerant to a food you have consumed, it starts releasing antibodies to fight it. This can often come in the form of skin outbreaks, rashes and so on.
While some intolerance symptoms are easy to ignore, problems with the skin are far more difficult to skim over. And finding your trigger foods can be even more of a minefield.
While trying an elimination diet is one avenue to go down, it will not give you an instant answer and may take weeks, months or even years to arrive at a conclusion.
This is why most people wanting to clear their skin will look at testing for food intolerances.
Home Food Intolerance Tests
If you would like to take your skin health into your own hands, then taking a home food intolerance test is highly advised! Here is how it works:
Step 1: Order one of our home food intolerance tests. We offer three different options, so be sure to compare the features of each test before placing your order.
Step 2: Take delivery of your home food intolerance test by post. Your test will arrive with clear instructions on how to conduct the pin-prick test and send it back to us.
Step 3: Our scientists will review your sample and conduct their tests, seeing how your sample reacts to hundreds of food groups.
Step 4: We will then send you your results with a full explanation of what we have found, illustrating the foods you shout both eat and avoid.
Depending on what test you purchase, you will also receive tailored feedback and a diet plan to follow.