Comparison between Food Intolerance and Food Hypersensitivity: A Review

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Farah Tareq Yaseen, Noor Kareem Kadhim, Reem M. Obaid


Health problems can cause problems with the mouth, gastrointestinal tract, epidermis, and respiratory system, along with other body organs. Food intolerances use well dermatologic, respiratory, and clinical signs, It can be hard to recognize, evaluate, and cure reactions that impact the gastrointestinal system. Physiologic responses to food that are IgE-dependent (type I or immediate) and IgE-independent (delayed or cell-mediated) can be differentiated. An impervious food intolerance response has been postulated as the fundamental cause of IBS in certain persons. Dietary Intolerance and Stomach Barrier:  Natural killer cells, neutrophils, macrophages, endothelial cells, toll-like contacts, lymphocytes, Oral mucosa patches, (secretory IgA) make up the gastrointestinal tract barrier, which is a multiple physical and antigenic barrier. Regarding the inherent oral mucosa, meal proteins are ingested and transported across the normal adult small intestine. Elderly patients have meals Immune responses, although at extremely low levels. Additionally, studies in healthy infants have revealed that significant quantities of Specific antibodies to milking and yolk remain in the formative years, although progressively diminish with maturity.

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Reem M. Obaid, F. T. Y. N. K. K. . (2021). Comparison between Food Intolerance and Food Hypersensitivity: A Review. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 19059–19067. Retrieved from