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How to check for lactose intolerance and gluten allergy?

How to check for lactose intolerance and gluten allergy?

Depends: Lactose intolerance is mostly a clinical diagnosis--usually leads to GI symptoms after eating foods containing lactose (dairy). Biopsy of the intestine can confirm the diagnosis as well. Celiac disease (gluten sensitivity) can be screened for with blood tests, and the confirmatory test is also a biopsy of the intestine. It's important that these tests be done while you're on a regular diet. ...Read more

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Gluten or lactose intolerance relief, what to do?

Gluten or lactose intolerance relief, what to do?

Avoid the material: Processed foods are required to show the content on the information contained on the product packaging. Learn to read labels and avoid the products that contain either. Over time your system should heal and the symptoms subside. ...Read more

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Can infants have celiac disease or gluten intolerance?

Yes: Yes, but may not show symptoms for years. While milk fed, will not seee any symptoms until those foods are introduced. ...Read more

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Can you be tested for lactose intolerance to yogurt?

Can you be tested for lactose intolerance to yogurt?

You can do it @home: Just eat a small amount and see if you get symptoms..If you do try lactaid products. ...Read more

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What causes your gluten intolerance/antibody reaction to gluten?

What causes your gluten intolerance/antibody reaction to gluten?

Unknown: There is a genetic subgroup of the population that was a higher tendency but it can happen to anyone. Why the immune system decides to react to gluten as if it were a germ is unclear.Why the antibodies it forms decides to attack the intestine or other tissues in some is also unclear, but similar to what occurs in rheumatic fever. ...Read more

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Lactose intolerance and ibs. Any solution?

Lactose intolerance and ibs. Any solution?

Avoidance: Lactose intolerance is best managed by avoiding products that contain lactose. Ibs is more challenging. Try identifying your own personal triggers. It can be food or social stressors. ...Read more

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May ferriprive anaemia be linked to lactose intolerance?

May ferriprive anaemia be linked to lactose intolerance?

No: I don't know what ferriprive anemia is but presume that it is from low ferritin (iron). Lactose intolerance is specific to lactose and has no bearing on your anemia. ...Read more

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How can you treat gluten intolerance and celiac disease?

Avoidance: Currently, the only treatment for celiac disease and gluten issues is to eliminate gluten containing foods (wheat and other grains) from the diet completely and indefinitely. ...Read more

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How to distinguish CELIAC SPRUE and TROPICAL SPRUE??

How to distinguish CELIAC SPRUE and TROPICAL SPRUE??

Infection vs allergy: Celiac sprue occurs when your body develops IGA antibodies to a components of wheat (gluten,gliaden). These antibodies then attack your intestinal absorptive surfaces and injure them.Poor nutrient absorption then occurs, and continues to occur as long as your diet includes the foods that contain gluten.Tropical sprue describes the same poor absorption, but the cause is an infection of the bowel. ...Read more

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What are symptoms to lactose intolerance?

Gas, bloating cramps: Gas, bloating and cramps are most common. Diarrhea is much less common. ...Read more

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Lactose intolerance, what to do?

Lactose intolerance, what to do?

Avoid dairy / get rx: Avoid dairy products that cause symptoms can consume lactose free dairy or use otc meds 2 help, if doesn't work c ur doctor or gastroenterologist, good luck. ...Read more

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Can celiac disease be mistaken for lactose intolerance?

Can celiac disease be mistaken for lactose intolerance?

Lactose: In milder cases the symptoms are similar but one is agravated by milk products and the other is not. ...Read more

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Please tell me can gluten intolerance and lactose intolerance be linked together?

Please tell me can gluten intolerance and lactose intolerance be linked together?

Possibly: Lactose intolerance can be genetic and recognized in infancy or acquired in later life. Gluten intolerance also has a genetic component but can also be acquired, it is seldom recognized until later. A person could have the tendency for both, or gluten induced gut changes may produce a lactose intolerance that might improve on a gluten free diet. ...Read more

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How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease different?

How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease different?

Celiac is an allergy: Celiac disease is gluten allergy, a strong allergic reaction to gluten (a protein in grains such as wheat, barley, malted barley, rye, spelt, etc...). Gluten intolerance is not an allergic reaction, but an intolerance of gluten that leads to tummy symptoms such as gassiness, bloating, loose stools, etc... Gluten intolerance does not cause damage to the intestinal lining like celiac disease does. ...Read more

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How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease diagnosed?

How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease diagnosed?

Celiac: Typically people get blood work for specific celiac antibodies but there is a lot of debate on how accurate a negative result is. Most accurate is an endoscopy with biopsy looking specifically for the celiac antibodies or pathology. ...Read more

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Is lactose free milk safe for acid reflux and lactose intolerance ?

Is lactose free milk safe for acid reflux and lactose intolerance ?

Yes: It is safe for both of those conditions. The milk sugar is already digested and gas and bloating should not be a problem. ...Read more

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Is threptin safe for lactose intolerent people?

Threptin is OK: Threptin is a protein supplement and I could not fine any literature indicating that is it not tolerated in lactose intolerant ...Read more