Food intolerance explained:
Food intolerance is associated with a wide range of unpleasant symptoms and many chronic conditions. Unlike food allergies, food intolerance is unlikely to be life-threatening. Many food intolerances are associated with an inappropriate immune response to a particular food or foods. While the causes of food intolerance are not fully understood, inadequate digestion, dysbiosis, candidiasis, parasites, intestinal infections, a poorly balanced diet, alcohol consumption, or the effects of drugs and medications may play a role.
Symptoms often occur some time after the food has been eaten and it can be difficult to identify the food or foods which cause which cause the symptoms.
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