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the main reason the majority of IBS cases go unaddressed
solution for food intolerance

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is a common dietary condition that affects between 7% and 15% of the general population. Why...

does the FODMAP diet really work?
solution for food intolerance

IBS is a common struggle that affects more than one out of 10 people around the world. While it isn’t...

IBS vs intolerances: what’s the difference?
solution for food intolerance

Digestive issues are common in the U.S. In fact, according to the National Institute of Health, as many as 70...

what are digestive enzymes?
intoleran supplements

Digestive enzymes are a commonly used word in health and wellness circles these days. While it’s usually clear that they...

what are FODMAPS and how do they work with Intoleran
FODMAP diet

At Intoleran, we’re used to manufacturing enzyme-based supplements to help manage known food intolerances. This is a targeted activity that...

what’s the difference between a food intolerance and a food allergy?
Lactose free milk

Modern science has equipped us with a far-reaching vocabulary that helps us diagnose any number of different health concerns. It’s...

ten tips for the low FODMAP diet
complaint free food

The FODMAP diet is a good way to find out which FODMAPs you are sensitive to. It is a demanding...

Melinda’s story
experience with IBS

IBS after studying abroadHi, I am Melinda from the Netherlands. Always enthusiastic and cheerful, I work as a corporate communications...

Karlijn’s Story
complaint free eating

Hi, I am Karlijn! I am 29 years old, live in the Netherlands and I am the owner of Karlijn's...

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