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Dr. Samia McCully Dr. Samia McCully holds a Bachelor of Science in physiology and psychology from the University of Western Ontario. She has her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University.

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Food Allergens: Testing How the Body Responds

November 14, 2017

Food allergies occur when the body has an adverse or abnormal response to a food. An allergic reaction can be immediate and life threatening, such as with peanuts. Or it can be delayed, taking three to five days to show up, causing hay fever-like symptoms, digestive distress, eczema or other skin irritation, or changes in behavior and mental focus. This delayed reaction is called "food sensitivity" and is usually not life threatening.

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