CSID and Symptoms of Food Intolerance

(exerpt from A Place To Start ebook)

Primary Symptoms of Food Intolerance

These symptoms can begin to occur minutes after eating, as with lactose intolerance, or can take from several minutes to several days as with CSID. Tracking even rare occurrences of these symptoms over time can help determine if they are related to food or another cause.

·       stomach pain
·       bloating or distention of the stomach
·       excessive gas
·       cramping in large intestine
·       diarrhea
·       constipation
·       diaper rash (fermented odor)
·       vomiting without a fever
·       body or facial rashes
·       irritability
·       restlessness
·       difficulty sleeping
·       eczema
·       frequent, smelling, acidic and/or oily bowel movements
·       frequent yeast infections or yeast rashes for infants or children
·       failure to thrive
·       irritable bowel syndrome
·       excessive fussing and whining
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