For two decades we have been researching links between foods and illness (food intolerance). Now our breakthrough app WhatNot2Eat helps you avoid AntiNutrients in certain foods - and make the best choices for your precious body.
Food intolerance is sneaky and masquerades as chronic symptoms like bloating, irritable bowel, headaches, eczema and more. If left untreated it can develop into long term disease. Learn how to be free of these by eating fewer AntiNutrients - with our simple app. GENERAL INFORMATION The creator and founder of The Food Intolerance Institute of Australia is Deborah Manners. She is a consumer just like you, who used to suffer with a raft of unexplained symptoms and illnesses including migraine, weight gain, irritable bowel, sinusitis, back ache and miscarriages. When she realised doctors could no help - she began her own research - in the university library. Now she is healthy, slimmer and 17 kg lighter. Her two children (both gluten and dairy intolerant) are now healthy parents themselves. Back in 1996 she discovered she had a number of food intolerances - after exhaustive research of medical journals in university libraries. This knowledge and her journey back to health changed everything in her life, including her career. Her passion is to share this knowledge with anyone who wants a healthy body, sparkling mind or wants to achieve improved fitness and athletic performance. Her university studies (Monash University, Australia) included physiology and chemistry majors. These disciplines assisted her original research of medical journals - fostering the high calibre website content. The Institute has researched hundreds of medical and scientific papers sorting and collecting an unprecedented body of information ... It is presented on the website foodintol.com in an easy-to-read language. To educate and inform people about the effects of - and solutions to food sensitivities.
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