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The most common reason for feeling tired is lack of sleep, but it can also happen when you’re extremely active or have been focusing on something stressful for a long period of time.

An early night and lots of rest will solve your fatigue in most cases, but not if food intolerance is to blame.

Here are six signs your fatigue is down to food intolerance, according to the experts at York Test.

The link between food and tiredness isn’t simple – it’s totally normal to feel tired after eating too much food or drinking lots of alcohol.

Your body works extremely hard to digest and process these things and sometimes that uses up lots of energy and you feel tired.

If you feel exhausted all the time, especially after eating specific meals, you probably have a food intolerance or allergy.

The experts at York Test explained:

Your body uses up your energy reserves to deal with the food sensitivity, making you too tired to do much else.

It could also be a symptom of the stress caused by other more typical food intolerance symptoms like IBS, cramps, and migraines.

The tiredness could even stem from the body not being able to absorb certain nutrients and antioxidants from the food you’re eating. As a result, your energy levels get lower.

So how do you know your fatigue is caused by a food intolerance rather than genuine tiredness?

Six signs your fatigue is down to food intolerance

If you experience any of the following symptoms after eating certain foods, your fatigue could be due to food intolerance:

  • Drowsiness
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Tummy pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Skin rashes

Which foods cause fatigue?

If food intolerance is at the heart of your chronic fatigue, there are a few common culprits likely to be causing it.

The experts at York Test said people often assume that gluten, lactose, dairy or wheat are the problem but “there is no evidence of any one food triggering fatigue or any symptom.”

They explained:

Everyone is different and has a unique fingerprint pattern of foods.

Even foods that are considered healthy, such as fruits and vegetables, can be just as aggravating.

Some have reported suffering from food intolerance fatigue due to fruits and vegetables from the nightshade family (such as peppers, tomatoes, and potatoes), but there is no evidence of a concrete connection.

The only real way to find out which foods are causing your fatigue is to take a food intolerance test.

The experts said:

A food intolerance test can be invaluable to helping you find the root cause of your tiredness.

How to beat food intolerance fatigue

The obvious way to fight off food intolerance fatigue is to remove the foods you have a reaction to from your diet.

The experts explained:

Your body fighting off the foods to which you are intolerant takes energy – a bit like how you might feel when you are fighting off a cold.

But by removing the foods that you have a reaction to, you can reduce your immune load and thus free up energy.

Fatigue can have a huge impact on both your personal life and career, so take control of your diet and free yourself from your symptoms.

The York Test experts also suggest staying away from ultra-refined foods as you try to gain your energy back.

This includes things such as:

  • Sugary foods
  • Bread
  • High-caffeine foods and drinks
  • Heavily processed foods

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