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In fact, you should be wary of wheat-based products, such as bread, according to Isabel Skypala PhD, specialist allergy dietitian at the Royal Brom

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In fact, you should be wary of wheat-based products, such as bread, according to Isabel Skypala PhD, specialist allergy dietitian at the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust.

“Probably a third of patients in my allergy clinic complain of digestive symptoms such as bloating, diarrhoea, vomiting and stomach pain after eating bread,” said Skypala.

As she explained, allergy is unlikely to be the culprit, but bread-related symptoms are real, and wheat could be to blame.

“Some people find certain foods are simply hard to digest, and wheat appears to be one of those.”



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