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IS FOOD INTOLERANCE HOLDING YOU HOSTAGE?

If you have one of the symptoms listed below 1 to 2 times a week at a mild or moderate level — even if you barely notice it — score 2 points.

If you have mild or moderate symptoms 3 or more times a week or a severe symptom 2 or more times a week, score 4 points.

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Abdominal cramping

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Acne/rosacea

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ADD and Hyperactivity

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Arthritis (osteo or rheumatoid)

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Asthma

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Brain fog

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Chronic mucus/stuffy nose

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Congestion

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Constipation and/or diarrhea

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Dark circles under the eyes

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Depression

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Eczema

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Fatigue

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Food cravings

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Gas and bloating

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Headaches

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Inability to lose weight

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Joint pain

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Moodiness

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Muscle pain

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Psoriasis

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Sinusitis

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Skin rashes

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Throat clearing

TOTAL POINTS: _____

Your Food Intolerance Score:

1 to 5: Low-FI

Currently, you seem to suffer from few food allergies or intolerances, if any. I have found that most people feel and look better while removing high-FI foods and often are reacting to one or more of them whether or not they have any overt symptoms. You are reading this book because you want to make sure that you eat the best diet so you can keep feeling and looking lean and young.

6 to 14: Mid-FI

You consistently suffer mild or moderate discomfort and bloating with certain foods, but you do experience periods of relief. Over time, you have probably noticed weight gain even though your diet hasn't changed. Your skin and hair may look somewhat dull, and you tend to feel more tired or stressed than you used to.

15+: High FI

Help! You can't remember the last time you felt light and lean after a meal, and it feels as though your stomach is constantly bloated. You've done everything you can think of to lose weight, and it just hasn't worked. Every time you look in the mirror, you think, How did I get so old? Why do I look so tired?

FOOD IS INFORMATION

Okay, so here's how I like to think of it: food isn't just calories or fat grams or even a source of energy, food is information. Each bite of food that you put into your mouth sends your body a message — maybe even several messages.

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