Over the last few years, food sensitivity testing has become a popular topic for debate and some experts have shed light on why they believe such testing to be a waste of money. The fact remains that many people who have given up certain foods, often believing their body has developed an intolerance for it, claim to feel better as a result of giving up these foods. In fact, some of our staff have described feeling more energetic, less bloated and generally better after eliminating certain foods from their diet following such testing, while others remain skeptical of the whole notion. Perhaps the most popular example of this concept can be seen in the gluten-free movement, wherein many restaurants and bakeries are capitalizing on the trend by catering their menus to people avoiding gluten, wheat, soy, etc.
Where do you stand on the topic of food sensitivity testing?