Doug Kaufmann, author of several books on mycotoxins and fungi and host of the “Know the Cause” television program lectured at a Conference on Natural and Biomedical Treatments for Tics, Tourette Syndrome, OCD, and Depression about mycotoxins and how dangerous they can become when a person suffers from dysbiosis, a condition often caused by overuse of antibiotics. (…)
Effects of childhood obesity and food allergies are widespread. Both childhood obesity and food allergies have become epidemics in the United States. Results from two separate studies show a probable cause. Obese children are 59% more likely to have IgE mediated food allergies than children of normal weight. (…)
Makeup Allergies causing your face to get puffy, red, blotchy, or itching? If you have issues with sensitive skin, and especially if you have recently been diagnosed with a common food allergy or intolerance, you may need to change makeup brands. (…)
Are you recently diagnosed? This gluten and corn allergies getting started guide will help you take the guesswork out of managing your corn and gluten free diet. Corn and gluten free diet followers have to be very careful about how they shop and what they eat. I’ve decided to put together a set of shopping tips for the gluten and corn free diet to help folks get started. You can easily learn how to easily manage a gluten and corn free diet through Healthy Family’s many resources. So take advantage of them! (…)
Does your child suffer from chronic bed wetting and digestive problems, skin rashes, asthma, histamine reactions to food?
Then food allergies may be a likely cause for your child’s bed wetting. (…)
Think you have a baby allergic to formula? If you’ve tried formula without milk or soy and you still have a baby allergic to all formula brands, a corn allergy could be the cause. Take a deep breath. There is a simple solution that will more than likely work for you and your baby allergic to all formula. (…)
If you are new a gluten and corn free diet but you’ve been gluten free awhile, you will be disappointed to learn that corn is not considered a major allergen in the U.S. and is not regulated or labeled in food products as an allergen. There is just simply no law to protect people suffering from corn allergies. Since manufacturers are not accountable, labeling becomes a nefarious process of calling for verification and getting cross contaminated to whittle down safe products and reliable companies. (…)