2017 research finds that food allergies are increasing in adults as well as children. Find out how much and what is causing this increase.
DESCRIPTION: Drawing from over a thousand peer-reviewed studies including hundreds of clinical studies, “Natural Solutions for Food Allergies and Food Intolerances” provides clear and proven…
Food allergies have doubled in the past decade while conventional medicine’s guidelines are proven to increase the risk of food allergies.
Researchers from the UK’s University of Southampton Medical College have determined that an infant fed an early diet incorporating more homemade foods and more fruits and vegetables is significantly less likely to have food allergies.
We already knew that vitamin D was important to health – given the over 70 diseases now associated with their deficiency. Now research is proving the sunshine vitamin’s role in food allergies.
Food and skin allergies among children have dramatically increased over the past decade. Conventional medicine has no idea what is causing this nearly epidemic rise in allergies.
The hygiene hypothesis says that allergies are linked to being too clean. Is this really true? Here’s a look at some of the scientific evidence for allergies and hygiene.
Recent research links air fresheners and fragrances to skin and respiratory allergies. Find out what chemicals and types of products produce allergy symptoms.
Recent research is confirming that bifidobacteria probiotic supplements have the ability to significantly boost immunity and decrease allergy symptoms during allergy season.
Research confirms that antioxidants intake among kids directly relates to their risk of having allergies. Learn more about the connection between allergies and antioxidants.
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Allergies to peanuts and other foods are growing around the world. Immunotherapy with probiotics is a proven method to reverse peanut allergies.
Today many health professionals are utilizing IgG testing in order to diagnose food intolerances and sensitivities. But does IgG testing work? A large study proves otherwise.
Swedish university researchers have arrived at some surprising findings about food sensitivities and IgEs after following 2,307 Europeans for nine years.