Food intolerance refers to difficulty digesting certain foods and can cause many different types of reactions in the body.

Foods most commonly associated with food intolerance include dairy products, gluten-containing grains, and foods that cause gas formation in the intestines, such as beans and cabbage.

Finding out which foods are causing your symptoms can be easy for some people and incredibly difficult for others, depending on what your symptoms are; how quickly symptoms appear after consuming a food and what food (or food) is causing the problem.


These facts can help identify which foods may be causing a problem.

Project Healthcare works with specialty medical centers to help their food intolerant patients and their families solve all of these problems.

Our specialized centers identify dietary triggers and, with a sensible management plan, can allow intolerant patients to lead completely different lives.

Common conditions associated with food intolerances:

Inability to gain/lose weight

Gut and GI disorders

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Chron disease-like symptoms

Stomach pain, ulcers, acid reflux

Multiple chemical sensitivities




Chronic fatigue

Skin problems

And More…