Adverse reactions to food proteins can be a significant cause of inflammation in the digestive tract, known as enterocolitis. Many of our readers deal with neurological problems such as depression, autism, and Tourette syndrome that can have a connection with inflammation and also leaky gut in the GI tract.
The logical thing for a parent to do when symptoms appear is to check with their pediatrician. Unfortunately, a survey last year* showed that only 20% of the pediatricians surveyed were fully aware of food protein-induced enterocolitis and 24% had never even heard of it!
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