Diets for weight loss and food intolerances, there would be no tie
Being overweight is not linked to the food intolerances. Or at least, at the moment there is no evidence such as to demonstrate a possible association between intolerance and overweight. And then you alarm the buffaloes on the web about possible diets that generate intolerance. The news comes with the publication, online media, a document developed by the Italian Society of Diabetology (SID) in collaboration with the Italian Association of Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition (ADI), with the Association of Medical Diabetologists (AMD), with the National Association of Dietitians (ANDID) and the Italian Society of Human Nutrition (the UNEMPLOYMENT) which aims to separate the overweight from food intolerances. In particular, in the document the emphasis is placed on the so-called “popular diet”, diets to fashion, thanks to the testimony of various characters in the world of entertainment and sport, have a strong feedback on the public for periods all in all limited. The experts explained that, in many, are convinced that the overweight and the obesity, are a result of a presumed food allergy or intolerance. And this idea passes, especially on the web and on social networks where revel diets restrictive based on diagnostic tests for food intolerance as carried out on blood, hair and saliva are considered suitable to identify the causes in the pathogenesis of overweight.
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In essence it is bad information because there is no rigorous scientific evidence demonstrating the efficacy of these tests to diagnose allergies or intolerances to foods. The authors of this document aim to make a careful analysis of the available evidence “on the issues related to the allergies/intolerances and overweight/obesity, to provide the world with scientific and professional a shared reference on this issue of strong impact on the health of the population”. The question in fact is extremely serious and complex. Being able to find real connections, and scientifically valid, that show an association between allergy/intolerance and overweight/ obesity, it is not at all simple, but it is of vital importance. For this reason, the experts intend to analyze “the state of the art with regard to the association between the 7 food allergies and intolerances and overweight/obesity” in such a way that to locate “diagnostic accredited from the scientific point of view and the related therapeutic interventions”.