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Food allergy vs. food intolerance: What's the difference?
Most people with lactose intolerance can manage the condition without having to give up all dairy foods.
Risk factors Risk factors for alcohol intolerance or other reactions to alcoholic beverages include: Being of Asian descent Having asthma or hay fever (allergic rhinitis) Having an allergy to grains or to another food...
Lactose intolerance - Diagnosis and treatment - Mayo Clinic Print Diagnosis Your doctor may suspect lactose intolerance based on your symptoms and your response to reducing the amount of dairy foods ...
Gluten-free labels Although gluten intolerance is different from a food allergy, it can cause serious health problems in people who have celiac disease, a chronic digestive disorder.
A blood sample is sent to a laboratory to check reactions to certain foods.
It's easy to confuse a food allergy with a much more common reaction known as food intolerance.
A true milk allergy differs from milk protein intolerance and lactose intolerance.
You may also be able to lessen symptoms of lactose intolerance by consuming dairy products along with a meal or other foods that don't contain lactose.
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