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35% of the population suffer some food intolerance

Between 20 and 35 percent of the population suffers from a food intolerance, and about a third of them could dramatically improve their quality of life if they know what foods

that cause such intolerance are, as reported LAB-CO Quality Diagnostics …
The main symptoms of food intolerance are gastrointestinal disturbances and dermatological, neurological, respiratory or psychological conditions.

In this sense, LAB-CO highlighted their genetic “test”, “A200” which identifies, among more than 200 protein foods of the Mediterranean diet, those that generate intolerance.
And, as he recalled, beyond intolerance and food allergies, depending on the genes, there are foods that are better suited than others. Specifically, there are some that increase or decrease the likelihood of developing certain diseases or accelerate or slow down our aging.

“Basing treatment on the patient’s genetic profile results in greater efficacy in the short and medium term. Also, the study of the genetic profile may also be useful for patients who, after reaching the ideal weight, want to optimize maintenance strategies” he stressed the company.


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