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Grains galore! Super? Or perhaps not……………

13Oct

It appears that we have some grains that are ‘super’ according to the blogosphere, now I am not necessarily a fan of super foods which are proposed to be better for you than standard foods, but it is great for … Continue reading

  

The modern day cultural obsession with food

13Nov

Food was once just something I ate (too much of, on occasion!) and enjoyed eating!  It wasn’t something I spent too much time thinking about or worried about, but all this changed 8 years ago. Since the births of my … Continue reading

  

Allergy hazards at Christmas

20Dec

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Christmas Tree Allergy We’ve been warning AllergyBestBuys customers to the allergy problems posed by indoor Christmas trees for years. Now scientists confirm that the traditional fir or spruce, left in a warm room, releases mould spores that can trigger watery … Continue reading

  

Are you allergic to Christmas?

16Dec

Christmas may be a time for goodwill to all men…but it can also be a time of red noses, sore throats, coughs and sneezes! And for many people, the unwitting cause of their symptoms could be Christmas itself. Studies have … Continue reading

  

Is bread the enemy?

22Nov

New research by the University of Portsmouth has found that 1 in 5 British adults believe they have a food allergy and most blame wheat. This could explain why bread sales have been declining since the 1970s. Many diets portray … Continue reading

  

How do you get a 3 year old to understand their allergies?

7Oct

So how do you get a 3 year old to understand that they can’t eat wheat? That if they eat wheat they will end up in pain and discomfort for days around going to the toilet? How do you get … Continue reading

  

Dr Chris Steele Has Coeliac Disease

19Jan

Dr Chris Steele MBE announced today, 18th January 2010, on ITV’s This Morning where he is the show’s resident doctor, that he has been diagnosed coeliac disease. Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease caused by intolerance to gluten. Damage is … Continue reading