Food hypersensitivity—immunologic (peripheral) or cognitive (central) sensitisation?

@article{Berstad2005FoodH,
  title={Food hypersensitivity—immunologic (peripheral) or cognitive (central) sensitisation?},
  author={Arnold Berstad and G{\"u}len Elmas Arslan and Ragna Lind and Erik Florvaag},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2005},
  volume={30},
  pages={983-989}
}
Patients with food hypersensitivity suffer poor quality of life and several unexplained health complaints, both abdominal and extra-abdominal. Part of the suffering is due to healthcare providers' neglect and poor insight, allowing a strong position for alternative medicine. Distinguishing food allergy from functional and organic disorders can be extremely difficult. We have found examination of faecal calprotectin and gut permeability to be useful for excluding organic disease, whilst… CONTINUE READING
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