Food Sensitivity

Food Sensitivities and Stomach Bloating

Bloating Food Sensitivity

One of the most common conditions, bloating can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, and lead to a feeling of anxiousness for sufferers.




  • Indigestion
  • Flatulence
  • Distention
  • Constipation


What Causes Stomach Bloating?


Although bloating can sometimes be a symptom of a serious hidden digestive or immune disorder like Celiac or Crohn’s Disease, it’s typically caused by easily adjustable lifestyle factors such as diet (monitoring alcohol, sugars, and salt consumption) and eating habits (typically too much or too quickly).


Sufferers should medical help if bloating is accompanied by vomiting, weight loss, or abnormal stools.


How Food Sensitivities Influence Stomach Bloating


When your body cannot properly digest and absorb the food you eat, your immune system will treat it like a foreign intruder and attack it through inflammation. This reaction can lead to inflamed intestines and a large buildup of gasses which causes bloating.

By getting tested for hidden food sensitivities, you’re ensuring that everything you eat responds positively with your system, improving nutrient absorption and overall wellness. Using a simple in-home blood test, you can find out exactly which foods are contributing to mood swings, inflammation, bloating, and other negative diet symptoms.