I was kindly provided a Pinnertest food intolerance test and was not compensated for my time. As always, all opinions remain my own.
The term food intolerance seems to be popping up more frequently these days. Is it that they are more common or are we more aware and in-tune with our bodies? Either way, it is always best to seek medical attention before you start to remove any food group from your diet aka lifestyle.
To be honest, I was very hesitant to complete this Pinnertest food intolerance test because I questioned the accuracy and it can seem a little restrictive – what if my results showed five or more foods I was intolerant to? Would I try to avoid those foods (especially if they were foods I loved) in hopes of feeling a different way? How could I share that with you guys and continue to encourage you to eat all the food without restricting? Tough.