Food intolerances and allergies

The term food intolerance describes any condition that may be associated with the consumption of food. They are one of the most frequent complaints from patients. The symptoms are varied and may manifest in the gastrointestinal area with pain, frequent diarrhea and feeling of fullness; but also skin reactions, shortness of breath, migraine, tachycardia, as well as chronic fatigue and lack of drive can be the result of food tolerance.

Food intolerances are distinguished between immunologically-related and non-immunologically-related.

The immunologically-related reactions are divided into: