In your studies have you come across any information as to why a person may start to become allergic to the food they eat? Or even hypersensitive to a particular food they have stopped eating?
Thanks for your help,
Huge question. No way I can answer this completely - it is an entire book.
A few main reasons with the leading reason being anything that causes inflammation in the gut will likely cause food allergies down the road.
Some things which cause inflammation in the gut:
- Pathogenic bacterial overgrowth due to antibiotic use in last 5-10 years. Locate a quality probiotic to restore healthy bacteria
- Weak digestion due to stress causing little release of HCl from the stomach or enzymes from pancreas or bile from liver. [Weak digestion typically means constipation - or diarrhea. both of which cause inflammation if chronic.]
- Weak digestion due to antibodies against your parietal cells ...