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Gluten Intolerance Symptoms

Gluten intolerance is a broad term that can refer to a few different conditions. The first and most commonly considered condition is celiac disease, but it can also refer to non-celiac gluten sensitivity or even a wheat allergy. Having a better understanding of these conditions and what to do about each of them will help you take the right steps towards the path of health and recovery.

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Wheat Allergy Symptoms

To understand the difference between a wheat allergy and celiac disease, you need to see a list of symptoms for each, but you also need to understand the context and mechanism of those symptoms as well. Discover the fundamental difference between a wheat allergy and celiac disease and learn more about what causes the symptoms of a wheat allergy.

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Oral Allergy Syndrome

You still hurt when you eat. Your tongue swells, your throat tightens and the tell-tale churn and burn of the same old acid reflux welcomes you to yet another painful meal. “But all the tests were negative,” you might think. Or you might plead, “But I’m confident I’ve cut gluten from my life, and this

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The Most Common Food Allergies

Because many people confuse a food intolerance with a food allergy, the perception is that food allergies are more common than they are. About 5% of children and 4% of teens and adults suffer from a real food allergy. The most common food allergies are caused by eight seemingly simple foods. Sadly, these eight foods can cause a severe and immediate reaction for people who are allergic to them.

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Foods For Constipation

While this isn’t always the case, constipation is often triggered by food and lifestyle choices. This means you may also be able to find relief from constipation by making some simple changes to your diet. By incorporating these foods for constipation into your diet and decreasing these foods that can trigger constipation, you may be able to find relief for constipation in your own kitchen.

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