Allergic reactions have intensified in recent years, especially among children. When curing allergies, it is essential to understand their causes. There are many known factors that lead to recurrent allergic reactions, such as underlying infections, genetic predisposition, emotional trauma, a weak immune system, a fungal infection, and parasites.
Allergies can be of different types. Environmental allergies, for example, include pollen, ragweed, mold, and other elements found in the environment. People are also allergic to pets and medications. Food allergies can range from lactose intolerance and gluten sensitivity (often reactions to hormones and antibiotics in milk or pesticides contained in wheat), to familiar foods like shellfish and peanuts.
If food allergies seem high-profile to you, you’re right. Supermarkets, chain restaurants, and websites offer a variety of allergen-free products. There is even a law that requires potential allergens to be listed on food labels. Schools are particularly hard hit as they must accommodate the specific needs of highly allergic children and prevent the potentially serious health threat that exposure to certain allergens can precipitate. It is now required to have an epi-pen on hand in schools, in the event of an anaphylactic occurrence. The tripling cost of epi-pens has distressed parents across the country.
There is no group of the population more affected than the youngest. Recently, there has been a 400% increase in the incidence of food allergies, as stated in the book Unhealthy Truth. Private insurance claim lines with diagnoses of anaphylactic reactions to food increased 377 percent between 2007 and 2016. Allergies are the fifth largest category of diseases. Author Robyn O’Brien states that “food allergies are not a niche, it is a growing epidemic that challenges the way we think about our food and how it is made. Genetic factors do not change this quickly, environmental factors do. Allergic. to the food or what has been done to it? “
The Journal of the American Medical Association states that the cost of food allergies, from healthcare to food to pharmaceuticals, is $ 4,184 per child per year, costing our economy $ 25 billion, including loss of productivity. Visits to the emergency room due to food allergies are estimated at 40,000 a year and account for at least 300 deaths a year. This statistic does not include convenient neighborhood urgent care centers.
Many children with food allergies sometimes have a variety of different symptoms that are often misdiagnosed and poorly treated. This can lead to unnecessary and repeated rounds of antibiotics and even surgery that does not solve the underlying problem, which is an allergy. I have seen many children with mold allergies being diagnosed with asthma. This often leads to unlimited use of inhalers and medications. While any item can cause an allergic response, the main food culprits are milk, wheat gluten, peanuts, shellfish, soy, and eggs. Typical symptoms include shortness of breath or wheezing, recurring infections, nasal congestion, bloating, nausea, and pain. When you see a child having an allergic reaction, gasping for air and feeling helpless to stop it, then you understand the severity of the allergy.
If you are experiencing unexplained symptoms, it is likely that you are reacting to a food late. Pain symptoms often don’t appear until the next day! Food allergies can have serious consequences. They can co-create autoimmune problems and chronic conditions like eczema, ADHD, asthma, as well as damage to the digestive system. There are more than seventy autoimmune diseases and the gluten in wheat is related to all of them.
Currently, there are no medications or vaccines that address food allergies. The official prescription requires that the patient avoid eating the food, generally for the rest of his life. This can be extremely difficult.
I use a holistic technique that works to effectively eliminate food allergies. I have successfully used this technique for over twenty years treating infants, toddlers, children, adults, and the elderly. My natural approach to allergy elimination is safe, gentle, and most importantly, it works.