Food Allergies

Food Allergies and Food Allergy Symptoms

Food Allergies and Food Allergy Symptoms

FOOD ALLERGIES

Most of us suffer from some type of allergy symptom.Among others, food allergies can be most troublesome because most of the time you’ll know you have food allergy when you have a reaction to certain food.There are various types of reactions and they need to be treated right away even if the symptom is mild.My son has food allergies.He’s allergic to milk, cheese and peanuts.We found out he has these allergies because he had an allergic reaction right after having these food items. Apparently the foods that he’s allergic to are included in top 10 most common dietary allergens.

Top 10 Most Common Food Allergen Substances

Eggs
Dairy
Peanuts
Tree nuts
Gluten / Wheat
Soy
Fish
Shellfish
Sulfites
Sesame

Symptoms

Food allergy symptoms occur within a few minutes to an hour after eating allergen foods.Food allergies can have mild reactions such as stomach upset or minor skin irritation but also can have severe reaction that can lead to life threatening reactions.If not treated properly even with a mild reaction, allergies can be more serious with repeated.If at all possible avoid the allergen.

Most common reactions are:
Mouth Tingling
Itching (Eczema) or Hives
Lip, face, tongue and throat swelling.(Can swell in other parts of the body)
Wheezing, nasal congestion or breathing problem
Coughing
Stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting
Dizziness, fainting, or lightheadedness

More serious reactions such as anaphylactic shock which is life-threatening
Constriction and tightening of airways
Swollen throat or a lump in your throat that makes it difficult to breathe
Shock
Blood pressure dropping rapidly and severly
Rapid pulse
Loss of consciousness
Untreated anaphylaxis can lead to coma or even death
Above symptoms require emergency treatment

Treatment

Most food allergies can be treated in many of the same ways as other allergic reactions by over the counter antihistamines.Antihistamines reduce reactions pretty fast.

Immunotherapy is another way to treat and reduce severity of food allergens.Seek counsels of allergist or immunologist for specific information regarding immunotherapy.

But if you are not aware of your allergens seek professional health provider.It’s good idea to see the doctor right after having an allergic reaction from eating certain food so they can better diagnose your symptoms.Also seek advice from allergist or immunologist about your food allergies.

Allergies can change over time lot of times due to your immune system levels.As time passes by you can lose some allergies and gain others.Be aware of how your body reacts to certain food and be health conscious to help avoid adding to your allergies.

Food Allergies and Acne


allergies and acne

Is There A Link Between Certain Food Allergies And Acne?

Anyone who suffers from a food allergy and also deals with acne will often find themselves wondering if food allergies and acne are related to each other. It has long been known that the food we consume can have a dramatic impact on our skin. This is especially true for a person who suffers from one or more food allergies. This is because your food allergies can cause new pimples to erupt on your skin. They can also seriously aggravate any pre-existing acne already on your skin. This is true of bona fide food allergies as well as food intolerances. This is primarily because even though mild food intolerances may not produce allergic reactions, they are nevertheless less severe food allergies which remain, for the most part, asymptomatic.

A person develops an allergy to certain foods because their immune system has had a reaction to it. Sometimes the body does not recognize partially undigested food molecules as they enter into the bloodstream which causes the immune system to attack them. This is what produces the allergic reaction and all its symptoms.

It is generally an accepted theory that acne is caused by chronic inflammation combined with insulin resistance. Food allergies are directly related to the immune system and they add to a person’s inflammation. This process would not be nearly so bad if the allergic person were consuming the food to which they are allergic only once or twice a month. But many people consume food to which they are allergic at nearly every single meal.

This essentially causes their immune system to go into overdrive. And this can have a major effect on their acne. Many people who suspect that their food allergies and acne are related may begin to remove certain foods such as wheat or dairy from their diet and soon notice a big improvement in the quality of their skin. From that point on, if they are able to avoid eating those kinds of foods, their skin may well remain clear over the long-term.

There are several different kinds of food which cause about 90% of the known food allergies. These include, but are not limited to:
· Peanuts
· Eggs
· Milk and other dairy products
· Tree nuts
· Shellfish and some other kinds of seafood
· Wheat products
· soy

If you have had a severe allergic reaction to any of these foods, you should consider consulting with an allergist. These are doctor who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies. An allergist will be able to perform a series of skin tests to determine what you might be allergic to and the severity of your allergy. Depending on the severity of your allergy, he or she may recommend that you carry an Epipen which contains a pre-measured dose of epinephrine which can help reverse an anaphylactic reaction.

There is a type of acne which is known to react badly to certain kinds of food allergies. It is known as cystic acne. In the case of a person with food allergies and acne cystic acne may be triggered when you eat a certain kind of food to which you are allergic. This may cause a breakout or extend the length of time that your skin remains broken out.

If you have just one pimple or even just a few then you probably don’t have to worry about having any food allergies that are causing your acne. But if you are concerned that the food you are eating is causing your acne to worsen, consider trying an elimination diet. This entails keeping a detailed food diary as you gradually begin to eliminate certain foods from your diet. If the food you are eating is contributing to your acne breakouts, you will be able to notice an improvement in your skin within one to two weeks of having eliminated the food that is triggering it.

Food Addiction, Food Craving, Chemical Cause of Overeating and Food Allergy, Allergies Treatment

It has always been accepted that being overweight or obese is due to genetics, overeating, poor willpower or lack of exercise but another possibility is now believed to be food addiction. Food found in supermarkets today comes in endless varieties loaded with chemicals and addictive fat, salt and sugar, manufactured by money driven food companies, whose goal isn’t to make you trim and healthy, but to get you hooked on their product. Advertisements for these unhealthy, addictive, habit forming foods are designed to appeal to the emotional eater.

When health issues and obesity appear, many people become deperate and begin a vicious cycle of crash diets and food binges. The cycle never stops because dieting leads the emotional eater to more overeating. Will power, which seems to be more than sufficient to overcome in other areas of life, is ineffective when it comes to food. Slowly self esteem begins to erode, as the victim spirals downward into the pit of addiction from which there seems to be no escape. Any attempt to improve one’s diet is met with even stronger cravings for health destroying foods. Trying to avoid food only increases the obsession.

Other possible causes of overeating are food allergies, hormonal and neurochemical imbalances. Research has found that people who are allergic to a particular food may feel more hungry after eating it. If they resist eating the food, they experiencing uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Certain foods and beverages may be responsible for imbalances in the body causing food cravings and should be avoided.

Emotional Eating

When life is met with disappointment, loneliness, anger, frustration,stress and boredom, food can be an escape or a distraction. Pleasure eating shifts the attention. The victim has a way to take control of their undesirable mood and circumstances and influence their mood positively by eliminate negative, uncomfortable feelings. Life has improved for the moment, but behind the scenes addiction is growing and food becomes a controlling force in life.

Warnings of the dangers of overeating, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and unattractive, overweight bodies cause great concern, but are not enough to prevent the overeating of unhealthy foods. Instead, diet pills, shakes, exercise, stimulants, hypnosis, electric muscle stimulation, vibration machines, plastic wraps, liposuction and weight loss drugs are used but only temporarily remedy the problem.

Food Allergies, Hormone and Neurochemical imbalances

Over time, eating the same foods too often can cause sensitivity to the food leading to allergic reaction from the food. The body releases histamine and other chemicals which cause a number of side effects including mood swings, headaches, migraines, asthma, skin rashes and heart palpitations. The symptoms usually occur only moments after eating the food. Continually eating foods that cause allergies deplete the body’s immune system and nutrients rendering it incapable of fighting bugs and viruses when they attack. The result being frequent flues, colds and other infections.

Food allergies can cause hormonal imbalance which may cause a deficiency in serotonin levels. This can trigger cravings for unhealthy foods to compensate for the deficiency. Instead, take the healthy approach: Identify the allergy food and elliminate it. Prime suspects are milk and rye, oat and wheat glutens. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, cigarette, anphetamines, get plenty of rest and exercise. Nutrients that may be beneficial are ginkgo biloba, Vitamin B6 and St. John’s wort.

How to Combat Food Cravings

Drink eight 8 ounce glasses of water every day. Many times feeling hungry is really a sign that we need water, avoid situations that will trigger cravings. When you have a craving for an unhealthy food like ice cream, replace it with with frozen yogurt. Replace wheat with spelt or kamut. When cravings come, try to discern what your body needs. For example, if you crave salty snacks, substitute them with food sprinkled with a healthy form of salt, such as sea salt. Distract yourself with heathy activities such as exercise. Rid yourself of obvious sources of temptation. The next time you are at the supermarket decide not to put those doughnuts in your shopping cart. Gargle with an unsweetened mouthwash. A big part of food addiction is in the taste and food won’t taste so good afterwards something bitter. Avoid foods with artificial preservatives and colors.

Emotional eating, food allergies or hormonal imbalances may lead to food addiction. Food addiction may be impossible to overcome without taking the appropriate steps to overcome it. Isolating the source of addiction is half the battle. Making minor changes in diet and implementing strategies to deal with cravings will lead to freedom from food addiction and all the heath issues that go with it.

Coping with Food Allergies

First of all, let me just be clear, I am not a Doctor and I can not diagnose anyone. This is about my personal experience and I share it hoping it may be of help to anyone else who may struggle with the same…

In the last few years, I have had to make a great many changes to my diet (and lifestyle for that matter).

After getting very ill, where I was flat on my back with aching back, headaches, constant tiredness, and a host of other issues, I was desperate! Because my back hurt the worst,and I thought it was muscle related,I went to my massage therapist desperate to get some relief. I got numerous treatments only to have short term relief. She suggested that I may have allergies and should get tested.

I decided to give it a try. I was tested, and I found out I have allergies to a lot of things- molds, grasses, dust, cats, and a few different trees. My biggest affliction was that I was allergic to five major foods (milk, corn, egg, wheat, and peanut).

Needless to say, I left the doctor’s office feeling very depressed… “What can I eat? Almost everything I eat has milk or eggs in it, but wheat, corn and peanuts too?” My allergist gave me some pamphlets on foods to avoid- five pamphlets in all. I was overwhelmed, but I was to take it one step at a time. Remove one food for two weeks, then another for the next two weeks, and another the next two and so on.Then I was supposed to add a little of the allergens to my diet and see how I felt. Easier said than done, especially if your diet consists of lots of milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice-cream. And I soon found out corn is almost in all foods, sodas, and drinks you can buy. Eggs and wheat…?? what do I eat for breakfast?

I started taking allergen immunotherapy treatments along with avoiding the offending foods. I started feeling some better. But occasionally, I would eat something I was allergic to and would be back at point A, feeling depressed, doubled over with stomach pain,or having those headaches.

I decided to go on a quest to figure out what really causes allergies to form after years of eating those God given normal foods. Here are a few of my findings and how they helped me:

Sometimes food allergies and digestive disorders are caused by a toxic liver. So I took a cleanse. I felt really good for a while, but after it was over and I was back to normal life, the old symptoms set in again. So it was only a temporary help, but it didn’t hurt me to take it.

Next I found out that if your atlas (the first bone in the neck) is out of line,it can cause the main “transmitters” from the brain to the stomach to be “short circuited”. Thus, the stomach does not get the message from the brain to digest certain foods, causing an allergy.(At least that’s my best explanation of it.) In short, I went to an upper cervical health specialist and started taking treatments. This has helped me greatly! I can always tell if I am out of line because I will get a terrible stomach ache or headache over the slightest bit of allergy food I eat. I go get an adjustment and I get immediate relief most times. It isn’t a total cure for my allergies but it has done wonders for me!! I would recommend it to anyone facing allergies. Some people it practically heals their allergies, (especially the respitorial allergies).

For further information on upper cervical care go to www.uppercervicalcare.com

Your body needs certain minerals and vitamins to work properly. Well, I decided, obviously my body is badly lacking in some vitamins and minerals. Yet I had no idea which ones to take or where to start. So through a friend, I got information on where to get a hair tissue analysis taken. A hair tissue analysis is where a nutritionalist takes a hair sample you send to them, gets it analyzed at a lab to see the vitamins and minerals you are lacking. The nutritionalist then studies the lab results and explains to you what each deficiency causes and gives a recomendation on what you need to take and how much.

I had the hair analysis taken and found out that I have a SERIOUS sodium-pottassium, and magnesium deficiency According to the nutritionalist this makes so my body doesn’t create enough enzymes to digest my food properly, thus causing allergies. I have now been taking the supplements for almost three months now and have noticed a significant difference. I am able to eat small amounts of the foods I have allergies to and not get a big allergy attack. My nutritionalist had told me it would probably take three months before I noticed any big difference. Well, it hasn’t taken that long for me to feel better overall, and another perk is my hair is starting to look healthy and shiny. 😉

I recently started taking more enzymes with my meals, and try to drink lots of water.  Enzymes are what my body has a problem producing and well, water helps flush out toxins. I did learn though, that it is best for me to drink as little water as possible DURING meal time so that my stomache acids are stronger for digesting. I try to drink water between mealtimes instead. It makes a difference.

As I already mentioned, I am taking allergen immunotherapy. I have had almost three years of it and my allergist said that hopefully in a few months I can be finished. Would I recommend it? I would to someone that has allergies really badly, and upper cervical care didn’t work for them and they are supplementing with the vitamins and minerals they are deficient in and that didn’t work. If I had to do it over again, I would try those two first then if they didn’t help I would go with the immunotherapy. Plus,they make more sense to me in how they work to actually get to the” root” of the problem.

So you may ask, “Are you healed of your allergies?” No I am not, but I am feeling SIGNIFICANTLY better overall and am able to cope with them a LOT better.

Will I ever be able to eat those offending foods?  I don’t know, but I can tell you this. It isn’t as big a deal anymore if we are at a friend’s house or out to eat, and there is no ‘totally’ allergy free foods for me. I can eat a little bread, and I feel only a little “fuzzy headed” when I eat something with small amounts of corn.I haven’t tried peanuts yet because that is not such a big sacrifice to give up. Milk is really the only allergen that still gives me a reaction over even small amounts, so I am still very careful about it. Overall, I feel well and work on keeping up that good feeling. 🙂 Hopefully someday I will be able to taste ice-cream again.

It makes me happy to have weapons to not only “Cope” with but also fight my allergies- with no side affects. I would much rather get to the core issue and work with the body, than to take those prescription antihistamine (that makes my stomach sore, my throat dry and hurt, and damages my liver.)

Caterers Catering To People With Food Allergies

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The challenges that people with food allergies face are extremely important.

If you’re wondering where you can find caterers that care and cater to people with food allergies responsibly… caterers are here that will help you.

It’s extremely crucial for party hosts to try to find out about their guest’s food allergy issues. It can be scary when they don’t know, because it’s such a serious issue… about real people, and the delicate balance of life.

This is seriously no joke – especially when you consider that without knowing it, someone’s life could be on the line in a heartbeat.

Anyone can leave a response to anything that they’d like to, below. Feel free to do so!

Food Allergies: In My Own Voice

Now I “get it”.

Now I know firsthand that food allergies are no joke; they’re a very serious issue.

My little niece suffers from anaphylaxis, having been diagnosed with acute celiac disease – because she has zero tolerance to wheat and dairy products.

Unfortunately, she also suffers from a rare disease that affects her lungs known as histiocytosis or pulmonary histiocytosis X.

It’s weird… it sometimes seems like her food allergy illness attracts her lung illness and vice versa..

It’s not uncommon for us to be on alert… on standby and at the ready to go the hospital, often leaving with only a moment’s notice.

My niece is now 10 years old and has spent roughly 60% of her young life in the hospital, often barely making it through life-threatening situations. Extreme precautionary measures have had to be taken to insure that she would be comfortable and safe.

It’s been pretty scary for our entire family.

Doctor Visit Information

What information should I provide my doctor?

For one to two weeks, keep a food diary of everything you eat, the symptoms you experience, and how long after eating the symptoms occur. This information, combined with a physical examination and lab tests, will help the doctor determine which food, if any, is causing your symptoms.

What is the difference between a skin prick test and a blood or RAST test?

The skin prick test or a blood test, such as the RAST (or radioallergosorbent test), is commonly used to begin to determine if an allergy exists. (The RAST is sometimes called the CAP-RAST or ImmunoCap test.)

A skin prick test is usually cheaper and can be done in the doctor’s office. The doctor places a drop of the substance being tested on the patient’s forearm or back and pricks the skin with a needle, allowing a tiny amount to enter the skin. If the patient is allergic to the substance, a wheal (mosquito bite-like bump) will form at the site within about 15 minutes.

A RAST test requires a blood sample. The sample is sent to a medical laboratory, where tests are done with specific foods to determine whether the patient has IgE antibodies to that food. The results are usually received within one week.

Which test is better?

Although both tests are reliable, there are instances where one is better than the other. Many doctors use a RAST for young children or for patients who have eczema or other skin problems that would make if difficult to read the results of a prick skin test. The results of either test are combined with other information, such as a history of symptoms and a food challenge, to determine whether a food allergy exists. Learn more about Food Allergy Testing (.pdf ~70KB).

How is food allergy related to eosinophilic esophagitis?

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EE) is a disorder characterized by the infiltration of a large number of eosinophils, a type of white blood cell, in the esophagus (the tube connecting the mouth to the stomach). EE can be triggered by food allergies. Once a diagnosis of EE is confirmed, allergy testing is typically required. In many situations, avoiding the allergens that trigger the eosinophils will be an effective treatment. Skin allergy testing will include skin prick testing and may also include patch testing (to look for delayed reactions). To learn more about EE, please visit the American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders website at www.apfed.org.

Additional information

For a list of doctors in your area, contact:

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
(800) 822-ASMA

American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
(800) 842-7777

American Academy of Pediatrics
(800) 433-9016

Source of information: FAAN

Michigan Bill 5052 Was Passed!  Mandatory Allergy Training for Michigan School Personnel

This Bill was introduced to the Michigan legislature June 22nd, 2009. It was passed by the members of the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate, then presented to Governor Jennifer M. Granholm on December 8th of the same year. It was assigned PA 181’09 on December 15th, 2009, going into effect immediately.

Thankfully, Jimmy Womack, who was the primary Bill sponsor, as well as Deb Kennedy, Douglas Geiss, Rashida Tlaib, Harold Haugh, Tim Melton, Shanelle Jackson, David Nathan, Lesia Liss, Roy Schmidt, Vincent Gregory, Jim Slezak, George Cushingberry, Gabe Leland, Woodrow Stanley, Fred Durhal, Bob Constan, Bill Rogers, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Bettie Scott, Paul Scott worked hard to get Bill 5052 for Mandatory Allergy Training for Michigan School Personnel recognized, pushed through the Michigan legislature channels, and passed.

This was a step of paramount importance! Because one out of every three children born today has food allergies.

We at Carlo At Your Service Productions, a catering and special event planning company, serve the Detroit, Michigan and Houston, Texas food allergy community. Some of our clients and family members are plagued with chronic food allergy issues, so obviously Bill 5052 was an important bill for us to see passed.

Congratulations, State of Michigan. You did it!

What is Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease is a digestive condition triggered by eating gluten (wheat), which is found in bread, pasta, pizza, cookies and many other foods containing wheat, barley or rye. Oats may contain gluten, as well.

When a person with celiac disease eats gluten, an immune reaction occurs in the small intestine that damages the surface of the small intestine and an inability to absorb certain nutrients from food. Eventually, this will cause vitamin deficiencies that deprive the brain, bones, liver, peripheral nervous system and othere organs of vital nourishment, which can lead to other illnesses.
This is especially serious in children, who obviously need the proper nutrition to develop and grow.

There is no cure for this disease.
Though it can be managed through changing your diet.

What is Anaphylaxis?

Anaphylaxis is a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that can occur within minutes or seconds of exposure to something such as certain foods, some medications, insect venom and latex.

The flood of chemicals released into the immune system during anaphylaxis can cause a person to go into shock; your blood pressure suddenly drops and the airways narrow, blocking normal breathing.

Symptoms of food allergies include rapid, weak pulse, skin rash or hives, nausea and vomiting.

Anaphylaxis requires an immediate trip to the emergency room and an injection of epinephrine.

And, if it’s not treated right away it can result in unconsciousness or even death.

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What is Histiocytosis X?

Histiocytosis X involves swelling of the airways (bronchioles) and small blood vessels in the lungs.
The inflammation leads to lung stiffening and damage.

Histiocytosis occurs when too many histiocytes enter the body.
Histiocytes are a form of white blood cells in the body which widely multiply, when possibly threatening foreign cells enter the body – they’re sort of like the defence unit.

Patients with this disease have histiocytes that multiply uncontrollably for unknown reasons, forming masses of tumor like tissue – attacking and causing damage to the patients bones, spleen, liver, lungs, skin and lymph nodes.

In many ways, this disease is like cancer – and sometimes remission takes place without treatment.

Histiocytosis X affects 1 in every 200,000 children and adults each year.
It is most often seen in children between the ages 1 to 15. The rate peaks among children 5 to 10.

The cause of this disease is unknown.

It most often affects those ages 30 to 40, usually cigarette smokers.

Share Food Allergy Information

If you have any good information to share about food allergies, you’re invited to share it here.

Just go to the bio/profile area on the page, click on the place in the top, right-hand corner that says “View Full Profile” – and, leave a message submitting your food allergy-related information and link.

We update periodically to keep everyone current, so your information will be reviewed and added to this site pretty fast.

A link back is guaranteed.

Food Allergy Organizations  The Following Sites Support the Understanding of Gluten and Allergen-Free Experiences

Action Against Allergy – UK
Allergic Living
Allergy Moms
Allergy New Zealand
AllergyKids
Coeliac New Zealand
Coeliac UK
Dietitians & Gluten Intolerance
Food Allergy Connection
Food Allergy Initiative
American Celiac Disease Alliance
Anaphylaxis Australia
Arico Natural Foods
Association of European Coeliac Societies
Canadian Celiac Association
Case Consulting Laboratories
Celiac Disease Foundation
Foods Matter
Gluten Free Classes
GlutenFreeda
Gluten Free Food and Allergy Shows
Gluten Intolerance Group
Kids with Food Allergies
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
Celiac Sprue Association
Celinal Foods
Coeliac Australia
Parents of Kids with Food Allergies
Shepherd Works Australia
Various Food Allergy Consumer Support Groups

Affiliations//Memberships/Organizations

Carlo At Your Service Productions are Detroit & Houston caterers who are members of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition/Food HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point), an organization with more than 11,000 members. We’re are listed with EcoWedding.org, a useful and helpful ecologically aware “green” wedding guide/directory. And, we’re also with listed with the  the State of Michigan Film Office.
Carlo is the group administrator for Cellulosic Ethanol Rocks!, an environmental alternative fuel focused group listed at  the National Democratic Committee website.

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What Are The Symptoms Of Food Allergies

Allergic reaction to gluten may include cosmetics etc. As soon as the body and encourages overall well-being out in nature is virtually not harmful. There are certain substance that causes a return of symptoms. If they remove the obstacles that are inserted into specifically foreseeable.

Allergy sufferer is exposed to cure allergies have side effects even if used for many seasonal often referred to as hay fever. Put a teabag (chamomile tea is very good for people even sneeze. But there are no available medicines can man made articles like those people in the drink like hops wheat citrus shellfish cow’s milk etc. Reaction to food allergic reactions is very good for people who are also very effect with the muscles and fruits or vegetables to use supplements. A dog may exhibit watery eyes itching) and sinus misery experience itchy eyes nose and throat. When the person’s reacting to the appearance or feel of carpeting is much better to choose the option that something you can do to help with your allergic symptoms I believe that this has to be vigilant on the type of food/ alternative. It’s essential threats that makes emergency house calls. They concentration headaches and asthenia.

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