Food Intolerance
WHAT IS FOOD INTOLERANCE? Food intolerance is completely different from a type I allergy. We search for specific IgG antibodies to various foods. It occurs very frequently and develops throughout the life of an individual and often spontaneously. From birth, the infant may already be sensitive to various foods through the mother’s milk. The difficulty is that the symptoms of food intolerance may resemble those of an allergy and often appear only hours or even days after eating the food. It is therefore possible that you have an intolerance to potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes, etc. The food intolerance activates your immune system and causes metabolic changes, resulting in health problems without your being immediately aware of them. A continuous stimulation of the immune system and an inflammatory reaction, supported by repeated and continuous ingestion of risky foods, are the origin of food intolerance.These intolerances disrupt the intestinal function: The foods responsible are not completely assimilated and the partially digested residue mobilizes your immune system. This residue is recognized and attacked as a foreign body. WHY DOES FOOD INTOLERANCE OCCUR? Intolerance often results from the interaction of various elements. These may include: Dietary habits that are often very monotonous Mass production of food Alcohol or chronic exposure, drugs Age of first contact with the antigen, nature and amount of the antigen Frequency of administration (chronicity) Stress and environmental factors Intestinal infections Genetic predisposition, immune status In general, the connection between health problems and food goes unnoticed by the people concerned. The goal of the food intolerance test is to establish this connection. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Food Intolerance
WHAT IS FOOD INTOLERANCE? Food intolerance is completely different from a type I allergy. We search for specific IgG antibodies to various foods. It occurs very frequently and develops throughout the life of an individual and often spontaneously. From birth, the infant may already be sensitive to various foods through the mother’s milk. The difficulty is that the symptoms of food intolerance may resemble those of an allergy and often appear only hours or even days after eating the food. It is therefore possible that you have an intolerance to potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes, etc. The food intolerance activates your immune system and causes metabolic changes, resulting in health problems without your being immediately aware of them. A continuous stimulation of the immune system and an inflammatory reaction, supported by repeated and continuous ingestion of risky foods, are the origin of food intolerance.These intolerances disrupt the intestinal function: The foods responsible are not completely assimilated and the partially digested residue mobilizes your immune system. This residue is recognized and attacked as a foreign body. WHY DOES FOOD INTOLERANCE OCCUR? Intolerance often results from the interaction of various elements. These may include: Dietary habits that are often very monotonous Mass production of food Alcohol or chronic exposure, drugs Age of first contact with the antigen, nature and amount of the antigen Frequency of administration (chronicity) Stress and environmental factors Intestinal infections Genetic predisposition, immune status In general, the connection between health problems and food goes unnoticed by the people concerned. The goal of the food intolerance test is to establish this connection. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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