Food intolerance can generally be understood as an abnormal reaction of the organism to certain food components.
Possible symptoms of intolerance are flatulence, diarrhoea and stomach ache. Symptoms can range from difficulty concentrating or excessive tiredness.
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There are food intolerances and intolerances to various components of food – to sugars such as lactose or fructose, but also to histamine or certain protein components of food. Here, however, a conceptual distinction must be made: Intolerances are due to an insufficient enzymatic digestive process or malabsorption. Intolerances to protein components are an above-average reaction of the immune system (usually due to a permeable intestinal mucosa).
The symptoms range from gastroenterological complaints such as a feeling of fullness, abdominal pain and digestive problems to headaches, skin rashes, psoriasis or neurodermatitis.
Wrong nutrition, stress or antibiotic intake are only some of the reasons why food intolerances occur. Different forms of intolerance require different test procedures. For example, lactose intolerance and fructose malabsorption can be determined by means of a respiratory gas test and food intolerances to protein components such as gluten, casein or chicken egg intolerances can be determined by means of blood tests. Note: Gluten intolerance should not be confused with the autoimmune disease celiac disease.
Chicken egg, casein (milk protein), soy, nuts, wheat and gluten are considered the main allergens in the Western diet, which means that these foods or components very often cause intolerances (not to be confused with intolerance or allergies).
Food intolerances are not congenital and are often reversible with appropriate lifestyle changes.
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