How to use Intolerances in a sentence

intolerances
  • Food intolerances can be confused with food allergies, since the symptoms of nausea, cramps, bloating, and diarrhea are similar.

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  • Food intolerances involve an exaggerated or abnormal physical reaction to a food or food additive, and are not associated with an immune reaction.

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  • These reactions can be food sensitivities or intolerances.

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  • Reactions due to intolerances, like lactose, may occur somewhat later.

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  • These reactions, as well as intolerances, are not responsive to desensitization.

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  • Many non-autistic individuals have food intolerances to these two proteins, mainly because they are complex or large proteins, and, therefore, a weak digestive system has a difficult time breaking them down.

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  • This kind of carefulness removes the margin of error in cases where sensitivities, intolerances or allergies may include more than one category.

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  • Once a diagnosis is confirmed, further antibody testing is useful for evaluating how your body is responding to treatment or determining whether there may be other dietary intolerances at play.

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  • Butter or oil don't need to be your enemies, but for persons on a fat restricted diet or those who suffer from multiple food intolerances, reducing the fat content of your foods may aid digestion.

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  • It is not unusual for people with gluten intolerances or sensitivities who are also sensitive to xanthan gum to wonder if they have ingested gluten by mistake because the symptoms are similar.

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  • If you suffer from celiac disease or other gluten intolerances and are also sensitive to corn, you may be left asking, "What can I use instead of xanthan gum?"

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  • This is because consumer awareness is growing, when it comes to issues like food allergies and intolerances.

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  • These issues affect most of the five senses from sound intolerances like chalk on a chalkboard, to visual problems such as aversion to bright lights, to tactile intolerances like itchy fabrics or hot and cold foods.

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  • Most restaurants will accommodate food allergies and intolerances.

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  • A food diary for intolerances is used to track what is eaten as well as symptoms experienced.

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  • A person with food intolerances that remain untreated for long periods of time will experience some sort of immune dysfunction.

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