People Can Have Food Sensitivities Without Noticeable Symptoms – Long-Term Consumption of Food Allergens Lead to Behavior and Mood Changes
Kumi Nagamoto-Combs Food allergies, or food hypersensitivities, result from the overreaction of the immune system to typically harmless proteins in food. They can manifest as a spectrum of symptoms, ranging from itching, redness and swelling for milder reactions, to vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing and other potentially life-threatening symptoms for severe reactions. … But some people […]
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