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Elimination diets for adverse food reactions

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Elimination diets for adverse food reactions

It's relatively uncommon for a pet to have an adverse food reaction due to a true food allergy, although gastrointestinal upset due to sensitivity to a food ingredient may occur more often. Adverse reactions to food include true allergies, which are due to the immune system responding to the ingredient, and food intolerances, which are not immune-mediated, such as lactose intolerance. 

What are food allergens?

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How are cats with adverse reactions to food diagnosed and treated?

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What is a hypoallergenic diet?

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