What is the small but fine difference between lactose intolerance and allergies? Dear readers, as promised in my last column, I would like to clean up today with a more common mistake, which is quite often discussed in forums and in which the opinions of the people greatly drifting apart. This error make sure that half of the people with the right that goes other half but with the wrong knowledge out of the House it comes right to put an intolerance with an allergy. This statement is indeed nonsense! Many lactose stakeholders understand under two terms of the same, although an allergy in has nothing to do with a (lactose intolerance). I admit, at first I didn’t really, knew the difference what but simply the reason was, that I was not in the topic and stood still at the beginning of my research, which I had done for my girlfriend at the time. To know more about this subject visit Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. As you already know, my girlfriend has also confirmed by your doctor, that you suffering from lactose intolerant.
Today is my knowledge far above the level where I was earlier still. But now we come back to the actual topic I want you now the small but fine difference between an allergy and a (lactose intolerance) could explain. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. What is an allergy? We assume you are allergic to cherries. You nibble some of them and have a thick neck shortly thereafter. What happened? Her body responded with the typical symptoms of a classic allergy. When an allergy, your immune system on alert is namely offset. More specifically this responds to the taking of the cherries, but rather on the substances contained therein.
It irritated immune system your body releases the reaction antibody, which spread a variety of body chemicals in the body. This ultimately ensures the typical symptoms that we all know only too well such as itching, redness, swelling, etc. The difference of lactose intolerance to a classic allergy for lactose intolerance, for example, is not the immune system concerned, it metabolism or directly put your stomach and intestinal tract. The who is lactose intolerant, missing a crucial enzyme, which allows the processing of the ingested lactose, the lactase. This is, for example, when a fructose intolerance, which is an intolerance of fructose. Now you know the small but fine difference between an allergy and an intolerance and your destination are a little further I happy Max Watzlawek wish