It can be tricky having friends and loved ones who are lactose intolerant! Eating out, eating in, being sure there’s no dairy around for these folks. The world is growing more and more concerned with food intolerances, including lactose intolerance. As we learn and grow in accommodating people with food intolerances, so too has the gifting industry. We were delighted to find this unique gift basic for those who are lactose intolerant. It even includes delicious chocolate. For more info, click here: More>>
While we are most concerned on this site with Food Intolerance issues, it is important that we never lose sight of other very important, and very basic dietary and health concerns. This would include being mindful of the foods and drinks we put in our bodies that we are not necessarily intolerant to, but in most cases are nonetheless, just as bad for us as eating something to which we have a food intolerance.
Was It Something You Ate?: Food Intolerance: What Causes It and How to Avoid It by John Emsley and Peter Fell
For those suffering from unexplained symptoms, Food Intolerance must be considered because food intolerance symptoms vary greatly and mask themselves as other maladies. This book on food intolerance is unique in its discussion of chemicals we ingest and their effect on our systems.
Inflammation damages tissues and can lead to disease such as allergies, asthma, arthritis, diabetes, and even heart disease. Unfortunately, many mainstream doctors are not so well versed in the subject of food intolerance and so this is overlooked as a possible cause of symptoms and disease occurring in the body. For those who do consider food intolerance as a possibility of their symptoms, however, then truly evaluate what food intolerances they may have and engage in treatment for the food intolerance, they find that in treating the food intolerance, inflammation is decreased and diminished.
So many of us walk around each and every day feeling like JUNK! We are tired and cranky, have chronic headaches, chronic fatigue, chronic digestion problems, just to name a few. Very often overlooked is the possibility that these symptoms are actually symptoms of a food intolerance. Food intolerance can mask itself as so many other diseases that today’s doctors often misdiagnose food intolerance for something else.
I haven’t done research, I was just wondering if there is a link between gluten intolerance and ADHD? Â Has anyone had ADHD and restricted their gluten? I have recently heard that many kids with autism are sensitive to gluten. Â Any info or links would be appreciated. Â Thanks.
Histame is often confused for Histamine, but the name of this product is “Histame Food Intolerance.” Some people with non-immune system food intolerances use this product for relief of discomfort from food intolerances. This post is not meant to be medical advice. This is sold as a value pack.
Wheat Intolerance? Â Dairy Intolerance? Â Celiac? Â Digestion problems – Loose stools and Gotta Go Now! Â Help this Reader who wonders whether a food intolerance could be the problem: “Over the past few months, my stools have been really loose and sometimes when I need to go, I REALLY need to go!! (Can’t wait.) I wonder If […]
The word gluten actually means glue. It is protein from cereal grains such as wheat, barley and rye. The seeds of these grass grains are harvested and processed into food products. The protein duo of glutenin and gliadin are present in the seeds and as the starch is washed away it leaves behind the glue-like […]