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Food sensitivities cause chronic low grade inflammation that can build up over a period of time to create symptoms. Symptoms can range from skin rashes, headaches and mood swings to constipation, diarrhea, bloating and other IBS symptoms. Most of the time, taking out the most common food sensitivities such as dairy, sugar and grains for one month can provide relief of IBS symptoms. Reintroducing the foods one at a time will help to narrow down which one is causing specific symptoms. Acupuncture helps to restore balance back into the body.
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What you should know As many as 1.2 million Canadians have food allergies and this number may be increasing, especially among children. Up to six per cent of children are estimated to have food allergies. The symptoms of allergic reactions can range from mild skin irritations and hives to breathing difficulties and loss of consciousness. Symptoms can also develop at different rates, sometimes getting worse very quickly. The most dangerous symptoms include breathing difficulties or a drop in blood pressure with shock, which may result in loss of consciousness, or even death. Although many foods can cause allergic reactions, most allergic reactions in Canada are caused by peanuts , tree nuts , sesame seeds , soy , seafood (such as fish, crustaceans and shellfish), wheat , eggs , milk , sulphites and mustard . These ten items are known as “priority allergens”. To date, there is no cure for food allergies.
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Pack a mini banana and a donut peach instead of regular-sized fruit. Pack two slider-sized sandwiches in mini-pitas or mini-buns (different varieties?) instead of one large sandwich. Toss in a few cornichons alongside a turkey sandwich for deli-inspired flair. Use decorative plastic party toothpicks from your local party store to create mini-kebabs using fruit, veggies, baked tofu, cubed sweet potato, leftover falafel balls and/or cheese cubes. You can also stockpile ketchup, mustard, ranch dressing and honey packets from local restaurants or diners; these can add just the right garnish to many of the healthy lunchbox items suggested above. Or order single-serve packets of nutritious, nut-free spreads online — such as sunflower seed butter or the Sneaky Chef’s incredibly yummy ” No Nut butter ” made from golden peas — they’re great paired with a mini banana, apple slices, baby carrots, whole-grain crackers or soy crisps, and the DIY aspect makes it seem more special than if they were just spread on a sandwich.
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Look at the great ingredients going into the recipe, Debbie says. Today on Indy Style Debbie Adler, author of Sweet Debbies Organic Treats: Allergy-free & Vegan Recipes from the Famous Los Angeles Bakery shares her specialties: sugar-free, GF, vegan, allergy-friendly baked goods that actually taste goodso no one has to be denied a sweet treat. Later today Debbie will be at Whole Foods Market at 1300 East 86th on Friday, 8/22 at 6pm to teach a baking class and sign books and will be speaking and signing books at 10:15 am at the Gluten-free Allergy-free Expo at the Fair Grounds on Sat. and Sun. 8/23 & 8/24. .Her specialty: sugar-free, GF, vegan, allergy-friendly baked goods that actually taste goodso no one has to be denied a cupcake! AfterDebbies3-year-old son went into anaphylactic shock (a reaction to frozen yogurt), she transformed her L.A.
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