Food allergies are often confused with food intolerances, as they are often linked, but there’s a clear difference between the two conditions. A food intolerance is the body’s digestive system’s response to a particular food, without producing an immunological mechanism. It can show as an upset stomach, bloating or diarrhoea. Food allergy symptoms are more severe, including hives, flushed skin or rash, swelling, abdominal cramps, dizziness or lightheadedness. Severe allergic reactions have to be treated in emergency care, but mild food allergies and sensitivities can be managed through the natural approach. It may include a personalised elimination diet, supplements and lifestyle modifications and stress management, which requires an in-depth look into your health and medical history.
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