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Akute und chronische Nahrungsmittelunverträglichkeiten: Fakten und Hypothesen

  • S. Strobel
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Zusammenfassung

Nicht jede Unverträglichkeitsreaktion nach Nahrungsmittelgenuß ist allergisch bedingt. Unverträglichkeitsreaktionen können auch durch direkte toxische Wirkung der Nahrungsmittel und/oder auf dem Boden von Enzymdefekten, wie z.B. beim Laktasemangel, ausgelöst werden.

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