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Food Allergies

  • Forget peanuts and soya - these four less common treats also contain hidden allergens!
  • Everyone knows about the food allergens found in daily staples like milk and eggs, but these aren't the only foods that can trigger allergic reactions. In fact, there are many other treats that pack hidden allergens, including marshmallows and mango! Keeping in mind that food allergies are caused by the way our immune system reacts to certain kinds of proteins in the foods we consume rather tha... ››› more
  • [16 May 2017]
  • Everything you need to know if you've been diagnosed with celiac disease
  • So you've been diagnosed with celiac disease... now what? Being diagnosed with celiac disease and having to adopt a gluten-free lifestyle is both simple and complicated at the same time. The disease itself takes time to wrap your head around, while ending your long-term relationship with white bread, pizza and chocolate chip cookies is just plain sad! If you've been diagnosed with celiac... ››› more
  • [09 December 2016]
  • Does drinking milk worsen your asthma because you have an underlying milk allergy?
  • If you're an asthma sufferer, you're very familiar with how drinking cow's milk can make it worse… But while you may think that drinking milk worsens asthma by stimulating mucus production in your lungs, new studies suggest that it may actually be due to an undiagnosed milk allergy! Read on to learn more about the link between asthma and an undiagnosed milk allergy… Studies find that... ››› more
  • [22 November 2016]
  • Is it a food allergy, intolerance or sensitivity? Here's how to tell
  • When it comes to chronic health problems, I believe that the foods we eat are some of the biggest pieces of the puzzle. After all, food is medicine: Our bodies are alive because of brilliant biochemistry, and the foods we eat will either help feed health or disease. Most people know to avoid sugar and junk food, but beyond that, I believe we're all different. I've seen the healthiest foods flar... ››› more
  • [23 May 2016]
  • A surprising natural food allergy remedy
  • In 1831, the distinguished Professor Touery stood in front of his colleagues at the French Academy of Medicine and drank a dose of strychnine that was several times the amount considered lethal. Contrary to what you might be thinking, Professor Touery didn't have any ill intentions. Nor did anyone wish him harm. So then why was he drinking this poison?! You see, he drank this poison in or... ››› more
  • [23 October 2015]
  • Consuming this "poison" can help ease serious reactions to food allergies
  • You might've read my post earlier this year that explained how activated charcoal can be an anti-ageing remedy. Today, I'm going to explain how it's also a natural food allergy remedy. Read on to find out more. Some background on activated charcoal Activated charcoal is highly adsorbent (not to be confused with absorbent). This means that other substances bind well to its surface.   ... ››› more
  • [01 October 2015]
  • Foods that are surprisingly triggering your allergies
  • Do you often suffer from awful allergy symptoms? Surprisingly enough, the foods you're eating are probably partially to blame. Many raw fruits and vegetables have proteins similar to those found in tree, grass and weed pollens, for example. So, your body responds to them in the same way. Today I'm going to shed some light on which foods trigger which allergies… Firstly – how to know ... ››› more
  • [16 July 2015]
  • Why you should be drinking almond milk - plus a super simple recipe
  • Making processed food substitutes can save you a ton of money on your whole food budget. I make my own coconut milk, nut butters, seed butters and vegetable broth mixes. In that same vein, today I'm sharing how to make almond milk. I personally have never been a big milk drinker. But I do use it over cereal and granola, and sometimes in my tea. A couple years ago, I discovered almond milk. Mak... ››› more
  • [14 July 2015]
  • A surprising natural food allergy remedy
  • In 1831, the distinguished Professor Touery stood in front of his colleagues at the French Academy of Medicine and drank a dose of strychnine that was several times the amount considered lethal. Contrary to what you might be thinking, Professor Touery didn't have any ill intentions. Nor did anyone wish him harm. So then why was he drinking this poison?! You see, he drank this poison in or... ››› more
  • [14 July 2015]
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