Food tolerance is the exact opposite of what allergies represent for the population. Recent discoveries showed the importance of a varied diet since day one, so that the organism is able to recognise most of the substances not as a danger.
The Great Food Clusters allow carrying out efficacious dietary profiles focused on food rotation and reintroduction.
When tackling food intolerance, people may be suggested to adopt an elimination diet, to remove completely the non-tolerated food; however, such regime may produce serious detrimental consequences. A rotation diet, instead, represents a more effective way to recover our inner natural food tolerance.
“Going back” to when we were newborns does have numerous advantages; for example, a dietary planning very similar to child weaning helps a lot in recovering tolerance towards certain aliments we cannot eat comfortably anymore.