What are some of the symptoms of a food intolerance in children?

Symptoms of food intolerance in children can present in many different ways. Watch for rashes and spitting up in babies, abdominal bloating or discomfort in older children, diarrhea, or other symptoms that seem to be only associated with a particular food.

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