The Gender Gap: Males Vs Females

The Biotype Research shows that there are certain differences in allergy response between males and females. In general males have much higher antibody scores than females, particularly of IgE antibodies. But their symptoms are less acute and obvious. This may be due to the fact that males have been shown to have adrenal cortisol levels that are on average 2 to 4 times as high as those of females. Cortisol is an anti-inflammatory hormone, and suppresses allergy symptoms. There are also other differences that you will read about in the Biotype Diets.

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