Archive for Diet

  • May 2, 2018

    Food Allergies and Nutrient Deficiency

    Food allergies affect millions of people around the world, and the worst part is that they are not curable. Apart from causing a lot of annoying and even dangerous symptoms, food allergies may increase your risk for certain types of nutrient deficiency, since the only way to prevent the symptoms...

  • March 25, 2018

    Elimination Diet as a Method of Determining Food Sensitivities

    Your physical and mental well-being can be significantly affected by a sensitivity to a certain food. People with food sensitivities may experience abdominal pain, gassiness, chronic diarrhea, constipation, and other symptoms.   If you think you are sensitive to a particular food product, you can use an elimination diet to...

  • March 16, 2018

    Dairy-Free Milk Alternatives for Those with Dairy Allergy

    There are various non-dairy milk substitutes for people sensitive to a milk protein. Thus, if you or someone of your family members is following an allergy elimination diet requiring dairy-free eating or has already been diagnosed with a milk allergy or lactose intolerance, you can try some vegan alternatives like...

  • January 27, 2018

    What Do You Need to Know About a Nightshade Allergy?

    Nightshades are a part of many people’s everyday diets; however, some of us may develop a nightshade intolerance or a nightshade allergy.   Nightshade vegetables and fruits belong to the Solanaceae family of flowering plants. There are thousand of species of nightshades, and many of them are used in cooking...

  • December 10, 2017

    Diet as a Treatment for Your Allergies

      Some of the most common symptoms of seasonal allergies are sneezes and itches, and they can become a really annoying problem. There is a natural way to try to control those nasty allergy symptoms. Fruits and vegetables are an alternative solution for many health issues, including allergies. By changing...

  • December 3, 2017

    Tracking Your Food Intake to Test for a Wheat Allergy

      It’s true: the best way to find out for sure whether or not you have a wheat allergy is to check with your doctor. They can run a skin or blood test to figure out if you’re allergic to gluten or anything else. In fact, you might find that...

  • December 3, 2017

    Could You Be Gluten Intolerant? Spotting the Symptoms of a Wheat Allergy

    Gluten intolerance is a condition that seems to be on the rise, with increasing numbers of people opting to follow a gluten-free diet. It’s a subject of some debate whether the ailment is simply more readily diagnosed today, or is genuinely becoming more common. Some people dismiss the whole subject...

  • August 17, 2017

    Fish Allergy Diet: Foods to Avoid

    Most popular allergenic fish species   Fish allergy is a fairly widespread allergic reaction in recent years to both river and sea fish species. Only sometimes allergic manifestations are associated with a certain type of fish, whereas, in most cases, several species of fish provoke allergy. The most allergenic species are...

  • May 15, 2017

    Gluten Allergy Symptoms cure through Ayurveda

    Ayurvedic medicine, ancient Indian data enables one to indicate a classy, nice and dynamic life liberated from any absurdities including gluten allergy. Ayurveda, a prehistoric healing system, to live an active life, counsels us to change our activities that could be in rhythm with the nature. Gluten allergy is a...