Moderation and variety is the mantra for a balanced diet
Food intolerance and food allergy are common terms that are often used interchangeably. But the two are not the same. Symptoms are generally benign in food intolerance and often limited to digestive signs and symptoms. An allergic food reaction, however, may be severe or even life-threatening and may occur even by eating a microscopic amount, touching or inhaling the food
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