Food intolerance? Food allergy What is the difference?

I have many clients who come to me with various discomforts in the stomach. Some municipalities are malaise, stomach pain, acid reflux or heartburn. Clients ask me what causes these ailments and what they can do to help alleviate the symptoms. Many discomforts can be avoided if you know what to shoot. In this post, I focus on food intolerance and food allergy? What is the difference?

His stomach has been built to be his lifelong friend; Unfortunately, this is not always the case. There are many situations that can cause upset stomach. In many cases, people suffer from food intolerance or food allergies that they ignore. Probably scratching his head asking what the difference is?

What is food intolerance?

Food intolerance is different from food allergy. Food intolerance is when you have trouble digesting certain foods like dairy products, gluten or grains contain gluten, beans and cabbage as they can cause a build up of gas. Food is usually found in the stomach trying to digest more than normal. Food intolerance is more common than food allergies.

What are food allergies?

That’s the big deal! It is when the body’s response to food allergens (such as eggs, nuts, milk, shellfish, strawberries and tomatoes) causes an allergic reaction, which increases histamine levels in the blood. Proteins in food can not be broken down during the cooking process or by acid in the stomach or intestinal digestive enzymes. Allergens enter the gastrointestinal mucosa and blood circulation and cause allergic reactions in the body and attack the immune system. For some people, these foods can cause anaphylactic shock. About 3% of adults and 6-8% of children have clinically demonstrated allergic reactions. Children may have food allergies, but adults do not. Most food allergies are of genetic origin and usually both parents have food allergies.

Subtle and painful symptoms

Do you have any of these symptoms, especially after drinking milk or wheat have?

• A desire to overeat and / or too quickly
• Feels like chocolate, fat and / or spicy
• Cravances with excessive consumption of caffeine, alcohol and / or drink
• stones in the gallbladder
• Gas
• Diarrhea
Acid reflux