Food intolerance occurs when our bowels lose the ability to digest a particular type of food. The inability to digest can happen as our bowels get older. Learn how to improve your food allergies.
Can’t enjoy that apple, peach, or cherry? Many people with a condition called Oral Allergy Syndrome (OAS) can experience an itchy mouth/throat, mouth swelling, and rarely throat closing off when eating certain fruits, vegetables, or nuts. OAS is a type of food allergy that develops in adults with seasonal pollen allergies.
The most common symptoms of food allergy are chronic upset stomach, bloating, diarrhea, and nausea. Other less common symptoms are chronic rashes, severe persistent eczema, hives, itchy throat, or swelling in the mouth or throat.