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Pay Close Attention To What Your Body Is Telling YouWe know that these days, the amount of healthy diets suggested to you can be overwhelming.

It seems like everyone is going out of their way to avoid eating something, and the information based on these choices can often be overwhelming to the average person.

Pay Close Attention To What Your Body Is Telling You

However, paying close attention to what your body is telling you can often be a sign of what might be going wrong with your eating habits. Many times, these issues may start out small. Or they might be chronic, nagging problems that you’ve been choosing to ignore for myriad reasons. It’s not “that big a deal.” You’re getting older. You can’t be bothered to see a doctor. We have heard them all before!

Here’s the thing: You don’t have to dive in full bore to attempt to resolve some of these issues on your own. You may only need a few tweaks to see results. From stomach issues to persistent rashes that you can’t seem to get rid of, your body is always looking for a way to send you a message.

Lactose intolerance can often seem like an “overnight” problem for some, as if it struck out of the blue. But, looking back in their history, many can recall nights where they perhaps ate pizza or ice cream, and pass it off as indigestion from overeating.

Don’t Be Overwhelmed By All Of The Messages Out There

If you’ve been finding that your gut has been acting up more than normal, try cutting back on dairy for one or two weeks. Many lactose intolerant people fall into the “severe” group, so you may find just reducing the amount of dairy works wonders.

The very same goes for gluten – not everyone who has a wheat sensitivity automatically has celiac disease. You may discover that avoiding some, or the majority, is enough to see major results in stomach happiness and overall inflammation.

Don’t be overwhelmed by all of the messages out there. Instead, listen to your body and know that you’re in control to take the first steps to improve it.

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