food allergy

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allergic reaction to a substance ingested in food

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The most common food intolerances include histamine, with high contents found in chocolate, nuts, matured cheese, and ready meals - and lactose, found in milk and diary products.
When asked a range of questions about their beliefs and values in regards to food, all participants gave positive examples of how their lives had improved after they had changed diets to manage food intolerances.
Before this I doubted whether food intolerances really existed but now I am certain they do.
Having built on 13 years of food intolerance research, restaurateur Attilio Sergi has adopted a unique approach to providing 'flavoursome favourites' that meet coeliac needs.
Food intolerances are "in vogue", according to dietitian Nigel Denby (grub4life.
Food intolerances are milder by comparison, but far more common.
Over the last few years, food intolerances have been on the rise, and this is particularly due to the changes in eating habits, lifestyle activities, and the way our bodies have changed over generations.
Adams has written an excellent and thorough book on the increasing global prevalence of food allergies and food intolerances using an evidenced and research based approach.
Euromonitor International's Food Intolerance in Spain report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different food sectors.
I see more than 100 patients a month with allergy or food intolerance symptoms and that number is rising," said Dr Maria Ridao Alonso, Managing and Medical Director, Dubai Herbal and Treatment Centre.
com sample collection test and provides an accurate and comprehensive test for 120 of the most common food intolerances.
But despite the fact that such a large proportion of the population is affected, food shopping remains a key hurdle for those living with or catering for food intolerances or allergies.
The inflammation caused by food intolerances can lead to weight gain.
The HEMOCODE is a personalised well-being nutritional programme that detects and provides recommendations for the management of immuno-based food intolerances.
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