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In recent years, Australians have been urged to ditch the fizzy drinks which are bursting with sugar. Fizzy drinks are full of ingredients which can cause us to experience symptoms like headaches, fatigue and a bloated stomach. But what causes these symptoms? Could it be a food intolerance or simply just drinking too much?

Ditch the sugary drinks

Recently, Australia has launched a campaign to see people ditch the sugary drinks as it can also reduce the risk of developing 13 types of cancer! Across Victoria, there has been a mission to highlight the link between sugary drinks and the horrible disease that is cancer. But there are other reasons as to why you might want to ditch the sugar, and they include a food intolerance. Whilst reducing the amount of sugar you consume can reduce the risk of cancer in some circumstances, you can also see your symptoms such as a bloated stomach subside.

An added source of sugar

Sugary drinks are the largest source of added sugar in the Australian diet! Each can of cola contains up to 10 teaspoons of sugar, so you can see why ditching the fizzy drinks will be of benefit to you. It could be the sugar that is causing your bloated stomach or the ingredients that are mixed in the formula. Our expert team has developed a test in our state-of-the-art laboratory which will help you to identify whether or not it is sugar that is causing your bloated stomach.

Say goodbye to your bloated stomach

After providing you with your results, we can help provide you with the advice that you need in order to get rid of your bloated stomach. It could be that you have an intolerance to sugar or something else within fizzy drinks, but if you remove this from your diet then you can see your symptoms subside!

For more information on intolerance testing and getting rid of your bloated stomach, please visit Allergy Test in order to find out more.