Sugar Intolerance caused by Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID) is a rare, inherited condition, and it can be tricky to diagnose if you don’t know what type of doctor to see or what kind of Sugar Intolerance test to ask your doctor to prescribe that can aid in your diagnosis.
Plus, people use different terms when they talk about this condition, including:
- Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID)
- Sugar Intolerance caused by CSID
- Sucrose Intolerance caused by CSID
There are a lot of different kinds of sugar. Among them, sucrose is the real bad guy with this condition, so the terms “sugar” or “sucrose” are often used interchangeably when talking about CSID.
Dive into these helpful articles to learn about Sucrose Intolerance testing, symptoms, and diet:
- Breath Testing for CSID
- Finding Sugar in Processed Foods
- Sugar or an Overgrowth of Bacteria – What’s Making Your Gut Gurgle?
- Four Trigger-Food Treats to Avoid
- The Scoop on Sugar Substitutes
- Lactose or Sucrose – Which Could Be Causing My Upset Stomach?
And for the lighter side of life with Sugar Intolerance, check out the many fun-and-fact-filled articles to safely satisfy your sweet tooth.
You can learn even more about Sucrose Intolerance to help you understand what’s going on with your body and what you can do about it in the Information section of this website.