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Understanding Food Intolerances (February 2024)

Food intolerances differ greatly to food allergies. 33 million Americans have a food allergy, and every 10 seconds, a person is sent to the emergency room after being exposed to a food allergen. Having a food tolerance is much less severe, and people often suffer from them on a daily basis without life-threatening consequences. From stomachaches, changes in bowel movements and gurgling sounds, to skin rashes, brain fog and heart palpitations, let’s discuss the differences between a food intolerance and a food allergy.

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