For a long time it was thought that only a true food allergy diagnosed from a standard allergy test was what created food reactions in our body.  Rarely was it discussed to explore food sensitivities as a potential trigger.  Current science shows that in fact there is a tremendous amount of activity from foods that go far and beyond a classic allergy reaction. 

The difference between a food allergy and a sensitivity is how the body responds. When you experience a food allergy your immune system causes a reaction. If you have a food sensitivity or intolerance, the reactions triggered by the digestive system. Symptoms of the food sensitivity or intolerance include gas bloating, diarrhea, constipation, cramping, and even nausea. 

Many do not believe in food sensitivity or food sensitivity testing, but fortunately, more research has gone into the field of uncovering that not only do food sensitivities play a role in our health, but we can also measure these food sensitivities with greater accuracy than ever before.

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