Citric acid intolerance
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Citric acid intolerance is a little-known type of food intolerance in which sufferers report various symptoms in response to foods or other products containing citric acid that they attribute neither to its properties as an acid nor to an Aspergillus niger hypersensitivity. (In addition to foods naturally rich in citric acid, the fungi Aspergillus niger is a common source of citric acid.)
A form of citrate metabolism called the Citric acid cycle is an essential step in the production of Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) for human beings and all other eukaryotes. This process takes place in the mitochondria of all cells that contain them. However, according to a website by Vicky Clarke, some people report gas, bloating, cramps, diarrhea, or skin rashes after contact with citric acid.
As with all food intolerances, symptoms may vary between individuals and can mimic those of a food allergy.
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