You Should Know

May 2018 Issue

Deciphering Food Sensitivities

Food intolerances are on the rise. Today more than nine million adults suffer from food allergies. The Internet is rife with ads for “food sensitivity” testing kits, and some health care providers offer quick testing to find the foods that ail you. However, many tests can give false results, which may do more harm than good.

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