Food Allergies And Natural Remedies

food allergies and natural home remedies
According to recent research the food allergies has tripled in the last 10 years. To use a percentage, we are talking about a 377 percent spike. The report also show that over 45% of the people develop a type of food allergy. What was a surprise is that an allergy for seafood in many cases do not appear after younger people turn 17.
The findings in this report that surveyed over 53000 American adults over a period of a year was that one of the most common allergies from high to low are:

  • Shellfish – 3.69%
  • Peanuts – 2.66%
  • Tree nuts – 1.8%
  • Sesame – 0.3%

Food allergen were most of the time seen as a condition that begins in the childhood time, so it is surprising that this study shows that about 45% of the adults develop a food allergy.

90% of food allergies come from these type of foods

The center for disease control and prevention (CDC) said that 90 percent of allergies come from the following foods.This list is in random order.

  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Peanuts
  • Fish
  • Tree nuts
  • Soy
  • Shellfish
  • Wheat

Food allergies in children are 4 times likely to also suffer from other conditions like asthma.

Possible symptoms of a food allergy

Many allergic reactions can be mild and in general reactions are only severe in rare cases. Reactions can be like

  • Itching or swelling in the mouth
  • Cramps and pain in the abdomen
  • Rashes or eczema
  • Trouble with breathing
  • Blood pressure problems

Natural Remedies For Food Allergies

A holistic and natural approach of food allergies look at it as an imbalance that can be corrected by detoxing and changes in diet and lifestyle. Although there is no cure for a food allergy there are things you can to to reduce the symptoms with some natural foods and changes in your diet.
Here are some tip on this.

  • Keep up your immune system
  • This can be done by avoiding food like sugar, gluten and packaged foods. In other words eat more healthy foods.

  • Boost your overall health
  • Add more leafy vegetables, fermented food, and things like kombucha, gluten free flours, and seeds like flax seed and chia seeds. Bone Broth can also help.

  • Try to sooth the symptoms with essential oil

These tips and information are just thing I found by doing a little research. I do not claim that they work and recommend you to listen to your physician. I believe however strongly that a healthy lifestyle that includes food that is free of gmo’s, physical activity and a detox ones in a while, can improve your overall health and will maybe reduce or eliminate these allergies.

If you have any tips or ideas feel free to share them in the comment section below.

Sources:
dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5149469/The-rate-food-allergies-TRIPLED-10-years.html
www.naturalnews.com/2017-11-08-are-your-food-allergies-a-result-of-your-lifestyle-choices-nearly-half-of-people-experience-their-first-reactions-after-reaching-adulthood.html
www./medlineplus.gov/foodallergy.html

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