Press release Food Intolerance/allergy health story
HEADLINE: ALLERGIC TO GUINNESS, MUM FINDS JOY AFTER ENDING 12-YEAR BATTLE WITH ECZEMA
NAME: SIOBHAN DOYLE
LIVES: MEATH, CO MEATH, IRELAND
SYMPTOM: SEVERE ECZEMA
FOODS TO AVOID: GUINNESS AND CHIPS
In a 12-year battle with Eczema, Siobhan Doyle spent thousands of euros on conventional treatments but to no avail. When bleeding hands made even picking up her young children too painful, it was time to turn to food intolerance for a possible solution. Now, Siobhan’s eczema has all but gone away in a matter of weeks, and by discovering she can’t have Guinness (and chips), a simple test has made looking after children a painless experience.
“Initially I thought my eczema was due to wearing surgical gloves at work but after tests, the results came back as negative. My hands, shoulders and tummy were very bad and the last straw came when my hands began to bleed. I found looking after my children difficult and I wasn’t sleeping very well.”
“By chance I saw something about food intolerance so I took a food intolerance test with nothing to lose. The results informed me that some of the food I was eating like Guinness and Chips were contributing to my problem. When I cut them out of my diet the eczema cleared up and it is amazing.
“I also cut out milk and my energy levels also improved where now I hop out of bed each morning. I now know exactly what is causing the skin problem because I lapsed last week and had some chips and guess what…the eczema came returned.
When I think of all the time I had this problem and how down I was I wish I had done something about it earlier. 12 years is a long time to live with any illness but I now know what is causing the symptoms. So long as I stay off the Guinness and Chips then I should be okay.”
SIOBHAN IS HAPPY TO TALK TO JOURNALISTS IN ORDER TO RAISE AWARENESS AND HELP OTHER SUFFERERS. CONTACT THROUGH LES ROWLEY 07976 746 777 email@example.com
∑ Eczema currently affects 1 in 10 people in Ireland (1 in 5 children)
∑ Eczema suffers do have tendency to develop allergies/asthmas
∑ 30% of people live with the symptoms brought on by food intolerance for 10 years or more.
SIOBHAN TOOK A €30 FIRST STEP HOME-TO-LAB FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST FROM YORKTEST. THE CLINICAL TEST OFFERS A NEGATIVE/POSITIVE RESULT FROM A TINY AMOUNT OF BLOOD WHICH THE CUSTOMER SENDS OFF TO A LABORATORY IN YORK.
IN SIOBHAN’S CASE, HER RESULTS IDENTIFIED A POSITIVE SO SHE UPGRADED TO THE SECOND STEP, OR FOODSCAN 113 (RRP €350). USING THE SAME BLOOD SAMPLE, THIS IDENTIFIES THE ACTUAL FOODS CAUSING THE FOOD INTOLERANCE, AND THE DEGREE OF SEVERITY (FROM A SCALE OF 1-4. 4 BEING THE MOST SEVERE). THIS GIVES THE PATIENT THE COMPREHENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT TO CUT OUT, FOR HOW LONG, AND HOW TO COMBAT THE SYMPTOMS.
PART AND PARCEL OF THE SERVICE ARE TWO ONE-T0-ONE TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS WITH A BANT QUALIFIED NUTRITIONIST.
TO TAKE A FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST PLEASE CALL 01 2022701 OR VISIT THE WEBSITE YORKTEST.COM FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET TO SPEAK TO AN EXPERT OVER THE TELEPHONE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TEST.
YORKTEST.IE IS THE ONLY TEST ENDORSED BY ALLERGY UK, AND THE ONLY FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST TO HAVE UNDERTAKEN A GOLD STANDARD CLINICAL TRIAL.
JOURNALIST QUERIES CALL YORKTEST.IE ON 01 2022701.
YORKTEST LABARATORIES ARE LOCATED AT 25 RECTORY SLOPES, HERBERT ROAD, BRAY, CO. WICKLOW Sonja.Waters@yorktest.com
For interviews with Siobhan call Les Rowley 07976 746 777.
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