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Food Allergies vs Food Sensitivities

Do you have a food allergy?

If so, you will react badly to this food EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU EAT IT.

Food allergies may cause migraines, anaphylaxis, hives, vomiting, difficulty breathing, or loss of consciousness.

In contrast, food sensitivities or intolerances may come and go. Sometimes you can eat a food and be fine, at other times you may have bloating, constipation, diarrhea, or other gut related symptoms. In this case, you likely have a “leaky gut”. The mucosal layer in the stomach could be damaged due to poor diet, antibiotics, or other causes. This allows food particles to escape and get into your body in places where they shouldn’t. Your body reacts to these food particles like they are foreign invaders.

Oral BPC-157, digestive enzymes, and colostrum can help improve the mucosal layer of the gut, along with better food choices. Talk to VIGEO if your food sensitivities are an issue and you want some help!

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