Food intolerances are becoming more prevalent in the community. As the foods' we chose to eat are more processed, grown in poorer soils and of lesser quality, these choices can impact on our gut biome. A poorer functioning gut biome sets the gut up for food allergies and intolerances. Food intolerances can be single food groups, multiple food groups, food chemical groups or a mix of the above. Elimination diets are the gold standard for diagnosing food intolerances and with our experience some simple changes can make a world of difference. From young babies to toddlers, and even as they are growing, food intolerances can cause issues such as skin rashes, headaches, fatigue, behavioural issues, poor feeding, tummy troubles, asthma and eczema.