The study, which was published in the journal Cells Reports , found a direct link between the development and persistence of food allergies and gut bacteria health.
The most common symptoms of food allergies and sensitivities experienced by patients are eczema, rashes, acne, chronic runny nose, constipation, upset stomach, dizziness, mucus formation, asthma, brain fog, restlessness, irritability, stiff joints, and headache. If you are wondering about possible food intolerances, sensitivities, or true food allergies, call SFNM for a free consult and possible testing.
In the process, some unpleasant and, in extreme cases, life-threatening symptoms may be experienced … An allergic reaction may occur anywhere in the body, but usually appears in the skin, eyes, lining of the stomach, nose, sinuses, throat and lungs — places where special immune system cells are stationed to fight off invaders that are inhaled, swallowed or come in contact with the skin." Pet Ownership Lowers Your Child's Risk of Allergies A recent study found children who live with cats and dogs as infants are less likely to develop allergies later in childhood.
Rising Prevalence of Allergies Corresponds to Increasing Vitamin D Deficiency Food allergies associated with IgE affects 3 percent of the population, with severe effects on daily life.
Most formulas also contain a number of other questionable ingredients28 — including genetically modified organisms29 (GMOs), synthetic vitamins, inorganic minerals, excessive protein and harmful fats — while lacking vital immune-boosting nutrients found in breast milk.