Allergies and food intolerances
A significant percentage of the population has an allergy to certain food or food intolerances that can cause adverse reactions, from small rashes to severe allergic reactions.
In these situations, the BOSSCOOK bag offers a safe cooking process.
BOSSCOOK is a solution
This bag opens new opportunities for health centers, catering, collective kitchens, restaurants and hotels through customised offerings of healthy steam cooking, individual serving portions, and highly recommended for people with special diets and food problems. The bags are also practical to prepare the children food to take to school and can be used in hospitals and even in day to day to be freezable.
What is the difference between allergy and food intolerance?
Food allergy is a specific kind of intolerance to a food or one of its components, which activates the immune system. The offending food causes a number of chain reactions in the immune system, including the production of antibodies. These cause the segregation of chemicals such as histamine, which causes symptoms such as itching, runny nose, cough or breathing disorders.
Most common allergies
The food intolerance affects to metabolism but not the immune system of the body. This happens when the body can’t digest properly a food or one of its components. For example lactose intolerance it’s caused by the lack of a digestive enzyme called lactase, which breaks down milk sugar. Currently the celiac disease induced by gluten is increasingly nowadays in our society, serologic tests detect a 1 case per 100 people.
Most common intolerances