Food Intolerance Test

Taken from The Food Intolerance Bible: A Nutritionist's Plan to Beat Food Cravings, Fatigue, Mood Swings, Bloating, Headaches, IBS and Deal with Food Allergies by Antony J. Haynes

Do you suffer on a regular basis (i.e. more than 3 times a week) from any of the following?


Section One - Digestive Symptoms
Abdominal bloating / distension  
Abdominal cramps
Abdominal or stomach pain
Burping after eating certain foods
Catarrh (mucus)
Difficulty losing weight
Difficulty gaining weight
Enuresis (bed wetting)
Excess wind (flatulence)
Gallbladder problems (difficulty digesting fats)
Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD)
Glue Ear (Otitis Media)
Gritty feeling in the eyes
Haemorrhoids (piles)
Indigestion (recurring)
Inexplicable weight gain or weight loss
Irregular bowel motions (eg constipation or diarrhoea)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Itchy bottom
Itchy, red ears
Metallic taste in the mouth
Mouth ulcers
Nausea
Persistent need to clear your throat / sore throat
Post-nasal drip
Rhinitis (runny nose)
Sinusitis
Sneezing - frequent
Water retention

Section Two - Mental, Emotional and Nervous System Symptoms
Addictions
Aggressive outbursts
Attention Deficit Disorder / ADHD
Anxiety
Behavioural Problems
Blankness or momentary difficulty in finding the right word/s
Blurred vision
Brain fag
Changes in handwriting
Clumsiness
Confusion
Constant hunger
Dark circles under your eyes
Depression
Dilated blood vessels in your cheeks and nose
Dizziness
Dyslexia
Fidgetting
Foggy head
Food cravings
Headaches
Hyperactivity (esp. in children)
Inability to think clearly
Insomnia
Irritability
Lack of motivation / get up and go
Migraines
Mood swings
Palpitations
Panic attacks
Phobias
Poor concentration
Racing pulse
Restless legs syndrome
Slurred speech
Spacey
Tenseness
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Uncharacteristic inability to make decisions

Section Three - Overt Physical Signs and Symptoms
Abnormal physical weakness or tiredness
Aching muscles and joints for no good reason
Arthritis
Asthma
Chronic Infections
Eczema
Fibromyalgia (diagnosed by a physical therapist or doctor)
Hives (urticaria)
Itching
Painful joints in which the pain moves from one joint to another
Painful joint that is not associated with excessive use
Psoriasis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rough dry skin
Spots or acne (that is not hormonally related)
Skin rashes (for no other known reason)
Wheezing