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  • Testimony: a gluten intolerant tells her daily life

    Testimony: a gluten intolerant tells her daily life

    It is estimated thatone in 100 people can develop gluten intolerance in Europe, writes the French Association of Gluten Intolerant (Afdiag) (Source 1). Celiac disease affects both children and adults.…

  • Lactose intolerance: what foods to avoid?

    Lactose intolerance: what foods to avoid?

    Being lactose intolerant does not necessarily mean having to completely eliminate lactose from your diet. Some will have to avoid it completely while others will regain intestinal comfort simply by…

  • What diagnosis for celiac disease?

    What diagnosis for celiac disease?

    Celiac disease is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory enteropathy caused by a food antigen, gliadin from gluten (cereal protein fraction). Concretely, it is a permanent intolerance to a gluten protein, a…

  • Overcome your food intolerance

    Overcome your food intolerance

    When a food is intolerant, this problem usually manifests as hay fever, headaches, joint pain, itching, hives or intestinal upset. But can we overcome these unpleasant symptoms, and this desensitize…

  • Home gluten intolerance tests: are they reliable?

    Home gluten intolerance tests: are they reliable?

    Also called celiac disease, gluten intolerance affects nearly 1% of the population. Fatigue, anemia, alternating constipation and diarrhoea, irregular periods… it is often underdiagnosed due to disparate symptoms and often…

  • Food intolerance or allergy: what are the differences?

    Food intolerance or allergy: what are the differences?

    Food allergy and food intolerance are different in their biological mechanisms, but they are sometimes confused because of certain common symptoms such as urticaria, angioedema (significant swelling of the face…

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