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Intolerance to Basic Foodstuffs

Intolerance to Basic Foodstuffs

The influence the diet has on your health is an old, but always a topical issue. In today’s hectic life, application of adequate dieting in the prevention and treatment of chronic illnesses has become an almost unavoidable therapeutic measure.

Let’s ask ourselves if:

  • healthy food is the same for every man?
  • certain foodstuffs are one man’s meat, while another man’s poison?

Individual tolerance or intolerance to certain foods is the very essence of this new aspect of creating an optimal individually-oriented diet. The link between food intolerance food and many symptoms and chronic diseases has long been disregarded, absolutely unjustly. Research carried out recently has shown there has definitely come a moment for this idea to get its deserved place and that it cannot be ignored any longer.

Modern science has in a detailed manner explored the process of pathological immunological reactions happening in an organism when burdened with introducing inadequate foodstuffs. These reactions can appear in any organ or tissue, causing over 100 symptoms, so-called Delayed Allergic Reactions.

Contrary to classical allergies, intolerance reaction is masked, insidious and remains unrecognised. It is very difficult for a man to link his problems with the consumption of certain foods, and he keeps eating the same food as long as his organism manages to cope with the foods he is intolerant to. When the burden becomes too heavy, coping mechanism start to fail apart, the system enters "the red zone" and there is a reaction - an "uprising" - in a form of various symptoms... Numerous pathological states occur that way, as well as various pathological illnesses medicine has no real therapeutic solutions for.

Problems that Can Be Linked to Intolerance

  • digestion: bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn, stomach-ache, irritable bowels;
  • skin: rash, redness, itch, eczema, psoriasis;
  • breathing apparatus: congested nose, increased secretion, sinusitis, uncontrollable sneezing, irritable cough, laryngitis;
  • cardio-vascular system: increased blood pressure, arrhythmia, problems with circulation;
  • metabolic problems: diabetes and fats, obesity, cellulites;
  • headaches, migraines;
  • chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • hormonal disorder: menopause problems, irregularity of the period;
  • spine, bone and joint system: degenerative and inflammatory illnesses of the spine and joints;
  • psychological issues: depressive moods or anxiety, motivation loss, hyperactive syndrome, sleep disorder, Attention Deficit Syndrome in children.

How to Find Out if Your Regular Diet is Appropriate?

There are several methods of discovering food intolerance. Some of them are in the category of immunological analyses, and are rather expensive and less accessible. Others (the test done in Holitimed belongs to this category) are based on determining vibrational harmony or the lack of it between your organism and different types of foodstuffs – that is, intolerance. Namely, both categories of tests focus on diagnosing the same phenomenon by using two different approaches.

The test comprises 110 foodstuffs from our regular diet: cereals, milk and dairy products, several types of meat, fish, vegetables, fruits and spices. 

Then What?

When certain foods are determined as inadequate ones, they are eliminated from the diet for a period of at least 3 months. In 2 to 3 weeks you can expect noticeable improvements, and full effect in 3 months. With such a diet, your organism gets what it needs, it is harmonised and a desire for excessive quantities o food disappears. Measuring meals in grams is not necessary, neither is the need to prepare the food in a particular way. After enough time has been given, the desired effect accomplished, and your doctor consulted, you can re-introduce the previously forbidden foodstuffs in controlled quantities.

1. Are you prone to gaining weight in a short period of time? 7. Do you suffer from fluid retention and swelling?
2. Are you prone to occasional depression without an explicable cause? 8. Do you suffer from a chronic fatigue?
3. Do you suffer from congested nose, sneezing and runny nose? 9. Do you have stomach-aches?
4. Are you prone to constipation or diarrhoea? 10. Are you prone to frequent colds?
5. Are you sleepy after a meal? 11. Do you suffer from migraines, headaches?
6. Do you have skin rash, itch or asthma? 12. Are you prone to bloating after eating?


  • Any positive answer to the above question indicates the possibility of the underlying intolerance.
  • If your answer is positive to 4 or more of the above questions, intolerance is almost certain.
  • the above-listed problems are only a manifestation of the suffering your organism is exposed to and are in the majority of cases linked to food intolerance.

What Makes Such an Approach to the Issue of Adequate Diet – Exceptional?

  • it is easily accessible
  • it poses an ultimately simple way of self-helping
  • it depends on an individual’s decision only
  • what is needed is only to think about it, recognise it and remove the cause