Food intolerance or non-allergic food hypersensitivity is a term used widely for varied physiological responses associated with a particular food, or compound found in a range of foods.

A food intolerance is not a food allergy! A true food allergy requires the presence of IgE antibodies against the food, and a food intolerance does not.

lactose intolerance

fructose malabsorption

histamine intolerance

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gluten intolerance

sucrose intolerance

sorbitol intolerance

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The information provided on the Food Intolerance Network website is no substitute for a visit to a registered dietician, nutritionist or a doctor. The information that you will find here may not be used as a substitute for professional advice and treatment by a medical professional or approved and registered dieticians. The content of the Food Intolerance Network website may not be used as a basis or means for any form of self-diagnosis.

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