Food intolerance is an abnormal reaction of your body to a specific food that can manifest in a variety of ways. Some people will have one or two symptoms now and then, while others will have ongoing symptoms. Approximately 45 percent of the population, according to studies, suffers from some form of food intolerance. Food intolerances are not caused by an immune response.
Physical reactions to certain foods are common, but the majority of them are the result of a food intolerance rather than a food allergy. People frequently confuse food intolerance and food allergy because they can cause some of the same signs and symptoms.
A true food allergy has an impact on the immune system. Even small amounts of the offending food can cause a variety of symptoms, some of which can be severe or even fatal. A food intolerance, on the other hand, usually affects only the digestive system and causes less serious symptoms.
Food intolerance symptoms include:
drypSKin provides two tests that detect the presence of IgG food-specific antibodies in a wide range of foods. It is the first step in determining which foods may be causing an inappropriate immune response and negatively impacting your health.
Scientific studies have linked immune-related food intolerances to food-specific IgG antibodies, as antibody production is one of the ways the immune system reacts to potentially harmful substances.
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