I hope these articles help you on your journey.
If you have food-related symptoms but can’t pinpoint exact triggers, changing how and when you eat may more helpful than searching for illusive food triggers.
When completed properly, a journal can help you identify symptom triggers. In this article, I share my most helpful tips.
Feeling creative? Add your favorite flavors to this simple cracker recipe. You could have a different cracker every day! Crackers work well for on-the-go meals.
Food sensitivity diets should come with a warning label - “May be hazardous to your physical and emotional health!” Here’s 7 tips to safely experiment with food sensitivity diets.
The holidays can be difficult when your diet is restricted! Get Wendy’s top 11 tips for enjoying holiday traditions and celebrations.
A food bothers you one day, but not the next. Sound familiar? Learn why this is happening and how to move past it.
Identifying food triggers can significantly improve your health, but it can be a challenging task. Use these four tools to make your journey easier.
Food restrictions may help for a while, but they can lead to worse problems in the long run. Learn how to prevent and recover from this downward spiral.
What happens when your food sensitivity symptoms flair-up? Panic and haphazard treatment changes make things worse. Learn how to pause, before reacting.
Eating away from home is a challenge. Clients often choose between going hungry or eating a problematic food. Neither is healthy. Portable meals and snacks can be a big help.
Feeling stuck and overwhelmed? It can be hard to move forward when you are overwhelmed. An action plan will get you “unstuck” so you can start on your journey to better health.
Trouble with meal and snack planning? In this video, Wendy will show you how home freeze drying may be the answer you are looking for!
Too much information - and the wrong kind of information - can wreak havoc with our well being. Here are some tips for using the internet without getting lost in the online noise.
Low salicylate diets have been recommended for hyperactivity, autism, hives, asthma, respiratory and digestive problems. Does the diet live up to the hype!
This article was inspired by an interesting conversation with a lady that I met at a party. She was restricting corn and wanted my opinion about reintroducing it.
Pinpointing the cause of mysterious symptoms is challenging. In some cases, the search for illusive food sensitivity triggers causes more suffering than the original symptoms.
When you have food sensitivities, expanding a limited diet can seem overwhelming, but there is hope! A slow & steady approach makes it much easier.
IgG food testing is popular, but that does not make it a reliable test! Read on for some facts that your practitioner won’t tell you.
You don’t have to go far on the internet to find a diet restriction list. They can be helpful, but can also lead to over restriction and fear about eating.
Mindful eating and a general mindful approach is the foundation that allows food sensitivity clients to make long lasting, positive changes and progress.
If you have been on a gluten-free diet for more than a few months, celiac disease testing will no longer be accurate. This testing should be done before starting a gluten-free diet.
The popularity of the low histamine diet has lead to speculation and misinformation. Here’s five myths that you should know about!