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“Are you Celiac?”
“No, I’m gluten intolerant.”

“How do you know?”

There are a few reasons why I know that I am severely intolerant to gluten.

  1. After removing gluten from my diet, years of chronic illness and unexplained health problems were cleared.
  2. Food intolerance testing.

Food intolerance testing has been a HUGE part of my life over the last 8 years, and I credit it with saving me from many of my problems. Pinnertest is one of these tests. Made to diagnose food intolerances, NOT food allergies, Pinnertest takes a tiny blood sample and diagnoses both temporary and permanent intolerances.  Given that it’s been a bit since my last food intolerance test, I was super excited when Pinnertest reached out.

A simple poke to the finger and two weeks later, I had my results! pinnertest

Your sensitivities are given a +1,+2, or +3 given their severity. The first food to come up red for me was… SHOCKER… WHEAT! In my first ever food intolerance test, wheat and gluten were off the charts!

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I was devestated to see cocoa show up! But I’m honestly not surprised. I’m a chocaholic! And I don’t feel too great after I eat it… but I’ve always blamed that on how much I ate!

Other foods to show up in the red category: cane sugar, artichoke, and garlic.

Rather than focus on the negative, I try to focus on the positive! AKA the green columns. Sweet potato and white potato are two of my favorite foods, especially when I use them to make baked french fries and sweet potato fries. Looks like this midday snack won’t be topped off with a bite of my gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate bar! sweetpotatofries1

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