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Information from all these sources may help determine if you have a peanut allergy or if your symptoms are likely due to something else, such as food intolerance.
Organizations such as the Celiac Disease Foundation, Gluten Intolerance Group, the Celiac Support Association and Beyond Celiac can help put you in touch with others who share your challenges.
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Diarrhea Causes - Mayo Clinic Symptoms Diarrhea Print Sections Basics Definition Causes When to see a doctor In-depth Causes By Mayo Clinic Staff Acute diarrhea causes may include: Antibiotic-associated diarrhea Artificial sweeteners C. difficile inf...
Foods that cause excess gas Foods that cause gas in one person might not cause it in another.
It could be an allergy or a food intolerance, or it may not be related to your diet at all.
Dietary supplements also may be appropriate if you: Don't eat well or consume fewer calories than needed Are a vegan or a vegetarian who eats a limited variety of foods Follow any other type of diet that restricts an entire category ...
If you need to avoid milk because of lactose intolerance, try yogurt (lower in lactose) or fortified soy milk instead.
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