Rugby Star Peter Stringer
Since he was born, Darren Jerry had experienced poor health. His mother Jincy, a nurse working at the Mater Private Hospital in Dublin, spent a great deal of time worrying about his exhausting list of illnesses.
Darren's health was showing no sign of improvement when a family friend recommended they try a YorkTest Food Intolerance programme.
The results indicated Darren was intolerant to an array of foodstuffs, including yeast, carrots, nuts, beef and corn with particularly strong results to dairy and egg.
Taking action immediately, Jincy took her consultation with YorkTest Nutritional Therapist Catherine to talk through Darren’s results and understand how best to change his diet, replacing his trigger foods with nutritious alternatives.
Because of his various infections, Darren had been taking courses of antibiotics and anti-histamine tablets. After cutting the problem foods out of his diet, Jincy was relieved to find his need for the medication dramatically reduced, with only occasional requirement for anti histamines.
Darren’s progress has been so successful he has been able to slowly and carefully reintroduce some of the foods he misses, such as bread, with Jincy keeping a close watch on his health.
YorkTest advise that you consult with your GP first if you are experiencing the types of symptoms mentioned in this testimonial.
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