Dietary strategies in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with food intolerance

O.A. Martynchuk, T.O. Kriuchko

Abstract


The most effective way of correcting adverse reactions to food is to completely eliminate the trigger product. The diagnostic capabilities available in the arsenal of modern physician’s are still insufficient, since only certain types of food intolerance can be determined with a high degree of certainty. As a gold standard for the diagnosis and treatment of such reactions, we continue to use various types of dietary interventions. The article examines in detail the diagnostic capabilities of the elimination diet and the controlled diet. As an additional, pathogenetically substantiated direction of therapeutic effect in food intolerance, dysbiosis of the intestine is considered, in the treatment of which adults and children successfully use self-eliminating antagonists of pathogenic bacterial flora. One of the representatives of this group of drugs is Biosporin containing spore-forming bacteria Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis.


Keywords


food intolerance; restrictive diets; intestinal dysbiosis; self-eliminating antagonists of pathogenic bacterial flora; Biosporin

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0551.12.8.2017.119248

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