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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.
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.
As children replace milk with other foods, lactase production normally decreases.
Testing generally is not available for food intolerance.
Find out the dietary fiber content of some common foods.
It could be an allergy or a food intolerance, or it may not be related to your diet at all.
Bloating may be related to: Eating fatty foods, which can delay stomach emptying and make you feel uncomfortably full Drinking carbonated beverages or eating gassy foods Eating too quickly, drinking through a straw, ...
"If you can't take dairy products because of lactose intolerance or you have other dietary preferences that limit that, not to worry because there are so many other foods out there that have calcium," says Dr.
The Mayo experts are predicting four situations that will fuel abandoning statins in favor of the PCSK-9 inhibitors: Patients who have muscle problems or other symptoms suggestive of statin intolerance.
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