Posts Tagged ‘allergies’
The incidence of people suffering with asthma in the U.S. continues to grow. Interestingly enough, so does the incidence of people being diagnosed with gluten intolerance. Because asthma can be an autoimmune reaction, the next question is – Are the two related? According to a new study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, there is a strong correlation.
Gluten Free Society and Dr. Peter Osborne are hosting another Gluten Free Meeting on April 2nd at the Sugar Land Library. Our Guest Speaker is Dr. Jaffe (his Bio is below). He is the founder of EAB Laboratory, the most advanced lab in the world specializing in helping physicians identify food allergies in patients. Dr. Jaffe is flying in just for
A new study in the journal Cephalgia studied the link between migraine headaches and food allergies. The study demonstrated that allergic food elimination greatly reduced intensity, frequency, and duration of migraine headaches in patients. The concept that food may trigger some symptoms creates an increasing pressure on the health care system to investigate possible causal relationshipsbetween food intake and specific
Gluten sensitivity manifests in a variety of different ways. Asthma, allergies, fatigue, constipation, eczema, thyroid disease, and more. Think of gluten sensitivity like the mythological 7 headed hydra. Each head represents a different symptom or disease induced by gluten. When you cut off one of the heads (symptoms) with a medication, two more heads (symptoms) are created. If you suffer