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Healthy balanced diet
An elimination diet involves avoiding certain foods for a period of time, usually three to four weeks, in order to... Read More
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Most Americans suffer from allergies. In addition to food allergies, the most common are triggered by exposure to dust... Read More
Healthy Happy Family
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and lactose intolerance are two totally different conditions. Both IBS and lactose... Read More
Gluten Allergy vs. Intolerance
Gluten intolerance occurs when your body is unable to tolerate a compound known as gluten, which is found in barley,... Read More
Child with an allergy
It’s common for people to have adverse reactions to some types of food. These reactions are often called by different... Read More
Child Learning How to Read Food Labels
The Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA), which became operational in January 1, 2006, was... Read More
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Food allergies are tricky: Sometimes they hide or work in combination with other allergies; sometimes they aren’t... Read More
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If you are doing everything right on your diet but still maintaining pounds, you could have a hidden food sensitivity... Read More
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There are a wide variety of allergy treatments. Everything from home remedies to regular allergy shots. Here are some... Read More
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Even though food allergies are common, it can be difficult to discover which foods are causing the allergic reaction.... Read More

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