Food intolerance is an adverse food reaction due to a lack of food-specific digestive enzymes.
An enzyme deficiency occurs when the body cannot produce enough enzymes to break down foods appropriately eaten.
Unlike a life-threatening food allergy, intolerance does not involve the production of antibodies, nor is it mediated by histamine.
Adverse food reactions are widespread. For example, lactose intolerance affects 30-50 million Americans, and as much as 15% of the world’s population suffers when consuming gluten. Other common intolerable foods include dairy protein (casein), lactose, whey, and fibrous beans, vegetables, and assorted grains.
Intolerance Complex contains high-potency enzymes specifically designed to support the digestion of compounds that cause an intestinal disturbance.
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