food allergy

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food allergy

[′füd ‚al·ər·jē]
(immunology)
A hypersensitivity to certain foods.
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Health-related quality of life among adolescents with allergy-like conditions - with emphasis on food hypersensitivity. Health Qual Life Outcomes 2004;2:65.
In the present study, the results failed to show any differences in the prevalence of abdominal symptoms between patients with or without IgG4-associated food hypersensitivity (data not shown).
In this context, allergen labeling accuracy is a means of preventing food hypersensitivity reactions, since it transmits information extremely important to allergic consumers who rely on the integrity and clarity of the declaration of allergenic ingredients in food packaging.
Cummings AJ, Knibb RC, King RM, Lucas JS (2010) The Psychosocial impact of food allergy and food hypersensitivity in children, adolescents and their families: a review.
Incidence of parentally reported and clinically diagnosed food hypersensitivity in the first year of life.
Chronic fatigue in patients with unexplained self-reported food hypersensitivity and irritable bowel syndrome: validation of a Norwegian translation of the Fatigue Impact Scale Clin Exp Castroenterol.
Interestingly, of the 276 patients with NCWS, 206 also reacted to the DBPC CM challenge suggesting multiple food hypersensitivity. The group with NCWS and IBS were compared to controls with IBS not due to food sensitivity (i.e.
In food hypersensitivity, the only therapy is to avoid the allergen.
Food hypersensitivity can begin at any age, even late in a dog's life.
Exclusive breastfeeding for nine months or more appears to increase the chances of a baby developing allergic conditions such as eczema and food hypersensitivity.
* Food hypersensitivity. These are not true allergies but hypersensitivities that can lead to switched-off metabolism, Dr.
Food hypersensitivity. Your cat may be allergic to a particular food.

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