Everlywell Food Sensitivity Tests

Help with your gut health and food sensitivities

By Diana Drake - March 11, 2021

EverlyWell has created a line of at-home food sensitivity testing that can help you to determine what foods you should eliminate from your diet. While I am a big proponent of figuring out what foods could be irritating you, sometimes just eliminating these foods isn't enough. While I do feel that their at home test is a GREAT place to start, you may find that you still have lingering issues even when those reactive foods are removed.

If you discover that after taking an EverlyWell Food Sensitivity test and removing those foods does not resolve your gut issues, you may want to seek the help of a professional naturopath or wellness practitioner to finish the job. Sometimes food sensitivities can be attributed to gut damage that needs to be healed before the gut can properly digest things. There are many things that can go wrong with the upper and lower digestive tract that cause terrible symptoms such as:

- Gas
- Bloating
- Pain
- Diarrhea
- Heartburn
- Upset stomach
- Acne
- Skin Rash
- Eczema
- Skin issues
You also may have been professionally diagnosed as having SIBO, GERD, Chrones, IBS, diverticulitis or others.

Things that may be the culprit besides food sensitivities are:
 - Pathogenic infection (like GERD, H. Pylori, SIBO)
- Too low production of HCL in the stomach
- Stomach Ulcer
- Leaky Gut 
- Inflammation in the intestines 
- Food allergies

This is why its important to work with someone who understands both the symptoms and causes of these imbalances. 

Heres the cool part - just like the EverlyWell Food Sensitivity test that can be taken in the privacy of your own home; no matter where you are in the U.S. you can also work with DMD Natural Medicine Virtually from any city and state to balance your gut and resolve digestive issues. Sign up for a FREE 15 Minute Phone consultation at a time convenient for you. If you have already taken the EverlyWell test we are happy to review your results with you at no charge as well. 

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