FMD Food Intolerance – FMD

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FMD Food Intolerance

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Food intolerance is a very common problem in which a person experiences digestive issues after eating a certain type of food. It’s symptoms are very common with food allergy but these two are completely different conditions.

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Reporting Time: 2 or 3 Days
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Food intolerance is a very common problem in which a person experiences digestive issues after eating a certain type of food. It’s symptoms are very common with food allergy but these two are completely different conditions. In food allergies the person showcases extreme symptoms even after consuming a small amount of allergic food item while in food intolerance the amount of food intake depends upon the severity of symptoms. If you eat less amount of triggering food item lesser symptoms are shown and if you eat more then severe symptoms are shown. These food intolerance conditions are caused due to lack of some digestive enzymes like lactose or the sensitivity to certain chemicals. The symptoms of food intolerance include bloating, excess gas, stomach pain, diarrhea, migraine, headaches, runny nose, etc. But if these symptoms are shown on an extreme level then you must visit a doctor to know the reasons and treatment. In order to treat this condition, you can bring changes to your diet and eliminate the consumption of those food items that cause problems. Or else you can take medications like antacids or antidiarrheal after consulting a doctor. You can also consume lactose-free milk or dairy products. Moreover, you can try to reduce the intake of triggering food items so that it showcases less symptoms. Also there are some common triggering food items like beans, Cabbage, citrus fruit, Grains that contain gluten, Milk or lactose, and Processed meats which you can avoid eating.

FMD FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

(1) Food intolerance occurs when your Immune system mounts a strong response to objectionable foods, leading to antibody production, immune complex formation and deposition in different parts of the body to produce symptoms of food intolerance.

(2) Symptoms of food intolerance are closely linked with food specific antibodies (IgG) produced by our immune system. Food intolerance usually causes unpleasant symptoms and can lead to chronic conditions. Symptoms usually appear within 3 days after consuming the offensive or reactive food but can last for several weeks.

(3) It is difficult to identify the food /s causing the symptoms, hence Food intolerance test becomes a useful tool to provide direction and assess the level of intolerance.

(4) This food intolerance test measures IgG levels fro 217 food varieties. If the test shows high level of antibodies to a specific food, you should stop eating that particular food immediately for a minimum of 3 months. When you feel better and the symptoms disappear, you can reintroduce the same food and monitor the symptoms. This of course, should be done under the guidance of your doctor.

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FAQ's Functional Medicine FAQ's

In food intolerance a person faces difficulty in digesting a certain type of food item and this problem is very common.
Food intolerance and food allergies are some symptoms in common. The basic difference can be that food allergy is the reaction from the immune system to a specific food while food intolerance is the reaction from the digestive system to a certain food. Also, in food intolerance the severity of symptoms depends upon the amount of food taken while in food allergy even a small amount of consumption can trigger a severe allergic reaction.
The food intolerance impairment can be caused by the lack of digestive enzymes or sensitivity to certain chemicals, having digestive system disorders asIBL,recurring stress or other psychological disorders,celiac disease,MSG etc.
The most common symptoms of food intolerance include bloating, excess gas, stomach pain, diarrhea, migraine, headaches, runny nose, etc.
The symptoms of food intolerance may take time to show up. But if you have any of the symptoms like bloating, stomach pain, gas and others after eating a certain type of food then you are suffering from food intolerance.
Food intolerance can be treated by taking certain medications like antacids or antidiarrheal when the symptoms occur. Best way to escape from food intolerance is to avoid those food which cause problem for example if you are lactose intolerant then you can consume lactose-free milk and dairy products or you can take certain supplements ,probiotics to enrich gut microbiota as per the needs of the body which may help to form enzymes which are essential to digest certain foods.
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You must go for a food intolerance test if you experience extreme abdominal pain or diarrhea, severe reaction to a food or unexplained weight loss as visiting a doctor will tell you that is it a food intolerance condition or a severe food allergy.
On a personal level you can treat food intolerance if you bring a change in your regular diet and eliminate the food that causes you problems. Also you can try to take a lesser amount of food that causes food intolerance, as this will lead to decreased symptoms if any.
There is no specific way to diagnose food intolerance but blood tests and diagnostic diets can be helpful. In the blood test, your blood is taken and then sent to the laboratory for testing. In a diagnostic diet or elimination diet, certain foods that cause symptoms are removed and then reintroduced at the time of testing.
No, you do not need to do fasting for a food intolerance test.
Yes exercise can help to deal with the problem to some extent as its increases blood flow which in turn improves digestion. but not cure it completely.
You can eat any kind of food that doesn’t cause food intolerance in you. And the most common trigger food includes Beans, Cabbage, citrus fruit, Grains that contain gluten, Milk or lactose, and Processed meats. You can avoid these kinds of food items.

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