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Research in Pediatrics & Neonatology

Food Intolerance and Malabsorption Syndrome in Children: Signs and Symptoms

  • Open or Close Tetiana Yaroshevska*

    Department of Childhood Diseases, SI Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy HM of Ukraine, Ukraine

    *Corresponding author: Tetiana Yaroshevska, Associate Professor, Department of Childhood Diseases, SI Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy HM of Ukraine, Dnipro, Ukraine

Submission: May 11, 2018;Published: September 07, 2018

ISSN : 2576-9200
Volume2 Issue5

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Issues of food intolerance formation in children are currently relevant due to high prevalence and difficulties with diagnostics [1-3]. Environmental pollution can negatively affect quality of food. There are a significant number of food components, which human body is not adapted to during the evolution (e.g. stabilizers, preservatives, transgenic fats, refined products, etc.). Children have anatomical and physiological features that are predisposing to formation of malabsorption syndrome, such as delayed start of digestive enzyme systems, violation of gastrointestinal motility regulation, immaturity of the intestinal microbiocenosis, high intestinal penetration and others.

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