Rugby Star Peter Stringer
Tom Trotter, 28 from Greenwich, was suffering severe digestive problems. He suspected that potatoes, cereals, milk or yoghurts might be causing his bloating, and in extreme cases, vomiting.
A long term genetic illness meant that Tom was wheelchair bound and, without the ability to fully engage in physical exercise, relied on his diet to keep his health balanced – something which seemed impossible when he could not identify the exact causes of the sickness.
After taking a test from YorkTest, Tom discovered he was experiencing reactions to wheat, gluten, barley and dairy which confirmed his suspicions.
After reviewing his diet with his personal trainer, Tom understood which foods he needed to cut out of his diet and what alternatives were available to optimise his nutrition.
Taking this advice on board, Tom saw some fantastic results:
Going forward, Tom is pleased to be experiencing a great enhancement to his quality of life:
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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