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Eggs intolerance symptoms

What is Egg Sensitivity?

If you have an intolerance to egg, your body may react to the protein present in either the white, the yolk or both.

Should you have an egg intolerance, it is advisable to avoid eggs altogether and this includes those from ducks, quail and geese which contain similar proteins to chicken eggs.

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What Are The Symptoms Of An Egg Intolerance?

Egg intolerance symptoms are not immediately apparent and can be delayed for up to 72 hours. They vary in severity and can affect a person both physically and psychologically. Typical Symptoms of a food intolerance include:

IBS
bloating
stomach ache

severe headaches
migraines

eczema
acne
itchiness
rashes

a lack of energy
“brain fog”
lethargy

persistent aching
swelling of the joints

depression
anxiety

Respiratory complaints

Is there a test for an egg allergy?

If you suspect that you are allergic to egg, you should see your doctor as soon as possible, yorktest US currently do not test for allergies.

How do I get tested for an egg intolerance?

Whilst symptoms associated with an egg intolerance or senstivity are less extreme than an allergic reaction, they can still be very disruptive to a person’s life. You can obtain a Food Sensitivity Test from yorktest.

With a simple home-to-laboratory finger-prick test, yorktest can tell you whether or not your body is producing IgG antibody reactions to the food and drinks that you are consuming.

As individuals, our reactions to food and drink varies a great deal and an ingredient that causes a problem for one person could be completely okay for another. Fortunately, our team are on hand to identify your own personal “food fingerprint”.

It is thought that 45% of people have some kind of intolerance and usually, it is more than one ingredient that the body is reacting to. We find that the average person who is intolerant* reacts to 4 or 5 ingredients and it can often be something unexpected in your diet, which is causing an IgG reaction.

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*yorktest define food intolerance as a food-specific IgG reaction.

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Which foods contain egg?

There are many products which contain egg, either to bind or to thicken. Being aware of these is important when making changes to optimise your diet. The following list of ingredients can contain egg and should be avoided if you have an intolerance:

  • Bread and cakes
  • Pancakes and Yorkshire puddings
  • Quiches
  • Desserts
  • Sauces and spreads
  • Mayonnaise
  • Ice cream
  • Some meat products
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Does egg have any other names on packaging?

As an ingredient, egg is often given other names which can make it difficult to identify on product packaging so it’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with these. The following names are also used for egg:

  • Yolk and egg white
  • Albumin
  • Globulin
  • Lecithin (E322)
  • Egg derived lysozyme (E1105)
  • Ovomucoid
  • Ovovitellin
  • Livetin
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Egg replacements for a balanced diet

1 egg equates to about 15% of the daily requirement for protein and so eggs are important, particularly for those following a vegetarian diet. Eggs are a source of vitamin A, B, D and E and also provides calcium, phosphorus and iron. To ensure a balanced and nutritious diet when omitting eggs, include a varied mix of the following foods:

  • Milk, meat and fish-based proteins
  • Beans and legumes
  • Nuts and seeds

When looking to directly replace egg in cooking or baking, there are alternatives which mimic the binding or thickening properties of egg such as:

  • ‘Ogran No Egg’
  • Mashed fruits (binding)
  • Cornstarch (thickening)
  • Avocado

If you have found out that you are intolerant to egg, changing your diet need not be daunting. yorktest nutritional therapists are here to help you understand how to optimize your food choices.

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