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Novak Djokovic, Serve to Win: A review

I’ve already written about the absurd method employed by Novak Djokovic’s nutritionist Dr Igor Cetojevic to initially diagnose his non-coeliac gluten intolerance, but having now read the tennis player’s new book, Serve to Win, other questions occur to me.  In…
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NICE, Allergy UK, food allergies, and unproven allergy tests

So this week’s news is that NICE has published the first evidence-based guidelines for the diagnosis and assessment of food allergy in young people and children. Here’s a link. The papers have it covered, and pretty well. Here’s The Telegraph,…
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The Lottery of Food Sensitivity Testing

Following on from my post this week, Food exclusion: a dangerous game, about why experimental food exclusion or elimination could cause you unwanted problems, even if it does make you feel better, I’d like to expand a little on the…
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