A Food Intolerance Test Helps To Understand Your Disease!
Food intolerance, also known as non-IgE mediated food hypersensitivity or non-allergic food hypersensitivity, means the difficulty in digesting certain foods. Unfortunately, many doctors confuse food allergy and food intolerance – those are very different in root-cause and often symptoms! Unlike some allergies, food intolerances aren’t life-threatening. However, the symptoms can be very unpleasant. Some patients are intolerant to several groups of foods, making it harder to determine whether it might be a chronic illness or food intolerance. Most common food intolerances are related to Diary, Gluten, Wheat, Fish, Nuts, Caffeine.
But, Symptoms Can Be Complicated To Read.
Quite often, it is difficult to determine whether the patient has a food intolerance or an allergy because the signs and symptoms often overlap. Also, onset can occur quickly or only several hours after ingesting the offending food or compound and can persist for days. Symptoms are broadly classified as follows: