ALLERGIES AND FOOD INTOLERANCES. DEFINITIONS. ALLERGEN – a foreign protein or antigen that induces excess production of certain immune system antibodies. Subsequent exposure leads to the allergic response. Can cause a rapid increase in heart rate and difficulty in breathing.
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ALLERGIES ANDFOOD INTOLERANCES
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