The human body is a wonderful thing, launching its immune system into battle when faced with a nasty virus or harmful bacteria.
However, by regularly eating food that you’re intolerant to, you could be subjecting it to stress and discomfort on a daily basis.
The reactions caused by your body being unable to deal with a particular type of food can have a host of repercussions.
From a general lethargic feeling to sickness and headaches, the impact of food intolerance can take many forms – check our article on food intolerance symptoms for further details.
Additionally, it has been linked to possible ADHD, causing hyperactivity among children; autism and special needs, dyspraxia, dyslexia, dysphasia and moderate learning difficulties.