Reduce Food Allergies with Healthy Digestion

Nourishing Diet Reveals Less Sensitivities to Food Food allergies as far back as Hippocrates have acknowledged that food for certain individuals can cause health issues. Long ago, physicians used food manipulation to treat food allergies concluding that diet change made a huge difference. Life 100 years ago was definitely different, and there existed a complete, almost contrasting, menu of food on the plate, but still the negative impacts of certain edibles for certain individuals continue to be on the rise. One out of three individuals confronts food sensitivities and food allergies. In current times, lives are extremely busy and for

How to Cure Food Sensitivities

Contrary to what many people think, food sensitivities are not the same thing as food allergies. Food sensitivities are when you have problems digesting a particular food or a particular group of foods. For example, some people have trouble digesting wheat, this is a food sensitivity as opposed to a food allergy. Some symptoms of food sensitivities include lethargy, fatigue, wanting to take a nap after eating, restlessness, depression, headaches, migraines, and pain, gas, or bloating. Some symptoms of food allergies can be hives, a rash, difficulty breathing, and swelling just to name a few. Instructions 1.    Identify which foods

How Do Food Allergies Affect Digestion?

True food allergies are relatively rare, but food sensitivities and celiac disease (gluten intolerance) are on the rise. Everyday Health: The rates of food allergies continue to rise. What are the most common food allergies, and how do they affect digestion? Mark Babyatsky, MD ( Food allergies are estimated to affect 6 to 8 percent of children in the United States and 3 to 4 percent of adults. Many children who demonstrate allergy to milk protein outgrow them. In adults, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and egg are the most common. Of note, those with peanut and tree nut allergies

The Danger of Hidden Food Allergies

More than 50 percent of our immune system is found in our digestive tract, which is why it is important to have a properly functioning digestive system. Unfortunately, most doctors don’t recognize how food sensitivities and food allergies can affect those who suffer with irritable bowel, celiac, Crohn’s, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, eczema, psoriases, fibromyalgia, lupus, MS, and heart disease. People who struggle with bloating, gas, indigestion, reflux, and other irritable bowel problems may not realize that the root cause may be associated with hidden food allergies. These unknown allergens, if allowed to continue, will trigger inflammation and weaken the

Food sensitivities, digestive problems and joint pain

Food sensitivities and allergies are a commonly under-diagnosed cause of a myriad of health issues. Have you been going for physiotherapy or chiropractic for months or even years to deal with chronic low back, hip or pelvic pain? Or do you have arthritis-like joint pain? Or sinus trouble? Skin problems? Or do you suffer from digestive problems like Crohns disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, excessive gas, abdominal bloating and pain? Or no matter how frequently you exercise and how well you eat, you can’t get rid of the lower belly pooch? Food sensitivities may be at the root of

Getting to the Root of the Problem — Digestion

We’ve often heard, “You are what you eat.” This statement is partially true: we can be no healthier than our diet. But just eating a food does not mean we derive benefit from it. We must digest and absorb the nutrients in order for that food to contribute to our health. Therefore, poor digestion is at the root of the food allergy problem both as it contributes to malnourishment and as it leads to the absorption of larger-than-normal food molecules. Many people with food allergies have impaired digestion. Incomplete digestion of foods which then pass through a leaky gut into