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Common Food Allergy Symptoms: Get To Know Them

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So, I am going to assume that if you’ve had a child who has experienced that you have noticed it. You have unfortunately had to deal with calling 911 or taking them to the hospital and but for a more subtle reaction, again it’s the skin, it’s hives, it’s their respiratory and the intestinal. But there are also… I don’t want to diminish food intolerances. You may have a food intolerance as opposed to the histamine reaction, the immune system reaction of a food allergy.

Having a food intolerance is equally uncomfortable. You are probably going to end up having digestive problems, you know, bloating, gurgling, a very difficult time digesting those foods because again, you don’t have the enzymes. So the symptoms of the food intolerance I think from my understanding are more sort of gastro and then headaches. The migraine headaches – I had a lot of food intolerances like for things like MSG and I don’t react well to anything that’s fermented. I am intolerant to those things. I am not allergic. I have my own food allergies to other things. You just have to pay attention to your body and note what’s happening.

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Yes, some people have reactions to fermented food products caused by candida. Additionally, some people have allergic reactions due to being unable to tolerable milk. In some fermented products, such as yogurt and cheeses, the milk proteins remain pretty stable during processing and can cause allergic reactions.

June 23, 2010 - 5:33pm
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Alergic to fermented things. Could this not be caused by candida?

June 23, 2010 - 2:27pm
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