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Research to help you avoid foods that aren't good for you

The latest scientific evidence proves the importance of a healthy gut for our well-being. Today's scientific studies confirm that our gut is a direct and extremely important "player" on which our overall health depends. The intestine is not only where food is digested - its functioning affects various systems of our body, especially the immune and nervous systems.

Undigested food can cause chronic inflammation

Everything we eat or that enters our body with food is "work" for our body. The intestine has to deal with what we have eaten: take in all the good and throw out the harmful. This important work is performed not only by various digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas, liver, and intestinal cells, but also by the intestinal immune system and the microbiota in the intestine. The walls of the intestine are made up of three protective layers - the mucosa, the cells of the intestinal immune system and the microbiota living in the intestine. These three layers together are called the intestinal barrier. A healthy gut barrier selects which substances are allowed to enter the bloodstream and which are not. When the balance between these three systems is disturbed, the permeability of the intestinal barrier is created, and the consequences are clear - undigested food particles enter the bloodstream. The immune system recognizes them as foreign and starts producing IgG class antibodies against these food particles. This is how chronic inflammation forms in the body. Scientific research shows that this inflammation can provoke such health problems as migraine headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, chronic fatigue and influence the manifestation of certain autoimmune diseases.

The more products you explore, the more varied your diet will be

Avoiding foods that cause IgG antibodies in the blood is the first step to reducing inflammation in the body and improving well-being. However, when choosing a blood test for food intolerance (IgG-induced hypersensitivity to food), it is important to pay attention to several important points: After the test and finding out the products that you should eliminate from your diet, you can safely consume only those products that you have tested and that you tolerate. So, the more products you test, the greater their choice you will have, for example, if you test 50 products and it turns out during the test that your body does not tolerate 10 of them, you will be able to use only 40 products for your diet. Such a "restricted" and poor diet will not only not ensure the need for all nutrients, but will also have a negative impact on the health of the intestines. Thus, more researched foods will allow for a more diverse and health-friendly diet.

Choose the study that best suits you

The unique study "Fox" developed by Austrian scientists, which detects hypersensitivity to food (food intolerance), is perhaps the most innovative and accurate blood test today. This is the only study that opens up more options for people who choose different nutritional systems.

Only in the Rezus.lt laboratory you can choose the most suitable for you from 4 different Fox tests: "Fox" (283 foods), "Fox Omnivore" - for omnivores (163 foods), "Fox Vegan" - for vegans (170 foods) and Fox Vegetarian - for vegetarians (167 foods). After carrying out any of the proposed tests, the obtained results will not only show the body's reaction to your current diet, but the interpretation provided along with the results will also indicate what to replace the intolerable product. A list of alternative foods will help you safely replace intolerable foods without restricting your daily diet.

Be healthy!

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