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Food Allergy Week: Be Aware. Show You Care.

Apr 23, 2019

Food Allergy Week (26 May - 1 June 2019) aims to raise awareness of food allergy including potentially fatal food allergies. Be Aware. Show You Care.

Topic: Events Food Intolerance

Which Milk Alternative is Best For You?

Oct 3, 2018 by Kat Tate

Cutting out cow’s milk? Whatever your reasons for doing so, you might be wondering which milk alternative is best for you.

Topic: Conditions Food Intolerance

Rural Kids Deal Better with Stress

Aug 13, 2018 by Kat Tate

A new University of Colorado study also found children raised in the country with lots of animals and a dusty environment are more resilient to stress.

Topic: Wellbeing Anxiety Asthma Attention Deficit Disorder Depression Fatigue Food Intolerance Health Research Stress

A is for Acid

Oct 27, 2016 by Rob Jones

Why is having low stomach acid levels more an issue today than ever before and how can you make more stomach acid naturally?

Topic: Digestion Acid Reflux Heartburn Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Natural Therapies for Allergies

Aug 8, 2014 by Kat Tate

If you have mild allergies, there are many natural treatments that may help.

Topic: Conditions

Natural Treatment for Allergies

Feb 3, 2014 by Kat Tate

Ahchoo! Spring is in the air, bringing with it dust and pollen that’s sure to irritate allergy sufferers.

Topic: Conditions

Herbal Medicine for Allergies

Jan 20, 2012

Herbal medicine can help to treat the symptoms and severity of allergic reactions.

Topic: Herbal Medicine

Kinesiology for Allergies

Jan 15, 2012

Kinesiology is a practice that uses the technique of muscle testing to identify allergies, their root causes and potential treatments.

Topic: Kinesiology

Lactose Intolerance: What You Need to Know

Sep 13, 2011 by Sarah Burkhart

Lactose intolerance is relatively common and can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience for sufferers if not managed correctly.

Topic: Conditions Food Intolerance

What are Allergies?

Oct 7, 2010

The term allergy may be used to describe the reaction produced by the body when it encounters something foreign. When an allergic reaction occurs, the body responds by producing antibodies and/or releasing specific chemicals called histamines.

Topic: Conditions

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