What’s causing your symptoms?

What’s causing your symptoms?

Stop your pain with Sensitivity Check. It sounds easy, and it can be with an intolerance test! Understand your symptoms, your body and what may be causing you to suffer from painful symptoms, notably a bloated stomach, headaches and nausea! There are some intolerance...
Identifying and managing your dairy intolerance

Identifying and managing your dairy intolerance

If you are struggling with symptoms similar to stomach issues like bloat, nausea or headaches then it is likely that you are suffering from a food intolerance, and even more specifically, a dairy intolerance. There are many ways you can identify a food intolerance...
Food Intolerances and Leaky Gut Syndrome

Food Intolerances and Leaky Gut Syndrome

Similar to food intolerance, there are many people in the world who suffer from Leaky Gut Syndrome (also known as Intestinal Permeability). This is a medical condition of individuals who need to be wary of what foods they are putting into their body. The first signs...
Food allergies amongst the family

Food allergies amongst the family

It is a common occurrence that a lot of people find themselves in the position of wanting to go out to eat with the family and their friends, but everybody comes back wondering ‘do you feel funny?’. Well, the answer may be food allergies or intolerances. It is common...
Take control of your social life this Summer

Take control of your social life this Summer

This Summer is going to be absolutely MASSIVE, and at Sensitivity Check we think everybody deserves the chance to enjoy it! That includes people are suffering from a food allergy. Think of it this way… Our favourite songs blasting out at night time in the...
Seasonal allergies and how to deal with them

Seasonal allergies and how to deal with them

Hay fever season is approaching which means you will have to know which allergies will flare up this summer and how you will be determined to treat them! Not only is hay fever just around the corner, but so is Allergy Awareness Week (22nd-28th April). So, we thought...