intolerant

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Synonyms for intolerant

not tolerant of the beliefs or opinions of others, for example

being unable or unwilling to endure irritation or opposition, for example

Synonyms for intolerant

unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion

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narrow-minded about cherished opinions

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Around 40-45 per cent of Britons have food intolerances.
A handy Note to Parents and Caregivers give additional suggestions for ways to help children cope with food intolerances.
Yet for the country's residents suffering from food allergies or intolerances, the daily navigations of food choices can mean the difference not only between pleasure and pain, but also life and death.
Food intolerances are becoming an increasingly prevalent condition around the world.
During the last years of the review period, there has been a trend among consumers who do not have food intolerances to choose these products as they consider them to be healthier than conventional ones.
Description : This project is the sequel to Project #881 - the Allergies and Intolerances Domain Analysis Model balloted in January 2013 and May 2013.
Dubai More UAE residents are undergoing tests to determine their food allergies and intolerances, according to a private clinic.
The Identify kit offers a 14-day elimination diet and enzyme supplementation program to help detect common food intolerances including dairy, wheat, beans and fibrous vegetables.
com sample collection test and provides an accurate and comprehensive test for 120 of the most common food intolerances.
The rise in allergies, intolerances and related conditions is very real and very concerning and is one of the UK's biggest health issues, according to health experts.
Additionally, people with a wine intolerance were more likely to report other food intolerances.
The inflammation caused by food intolerances can lead to weight gain.
Intolerances produce a wide variety of symptoms such as abdominal pain and bloating, diarrhoea, fatigue or headaches.
Unfortunately, there are no easy blood or skin-prick tests to identify intolerance, except for one or two wellresearched problems such as gluten and lactose intolerances.