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People can have food sensitivities without noticeable symptoms – long-term consumption of food allergens may lead to behavior and mood changes

By Kumi Nagamoto-Combs, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences, University of North Dakota
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The prevalence of food allergies is increasing worldwide, approaching an epidemic level in some regions. In the U.S. alone, approximately 10% of children and adults suffer from food allergies, with allergies to cow’s milk, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts being the most common. Some patients have mild symptoms that might not need medical attention, leaving these cases unreported.

Food allergies, or food hypersensitivities,…The Conversation


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