Is it possible to treat allergies with the right probiotic? Science says yes and helps us understand how balancing the intestinal flora is a great way to modulate even more severe allergies.
Food tolerance is the exact opposite of what allergies represent for the population. Recent discoveries showed the importance of a varied diet since day one, so that the organism is able to recognise most of the substances not as a danger.
The patient’s mental and emotional status may impact on immunological balance. Not only antibody levels, but also the psycho-emotional state should be assessed and evaluated when designing a successful treatment for many immune-based conditions such as allergies.
The fibres you find in vegetables and fruit are not only good for your intestine, but also, and especially, for controlling allergies and food-related inflammation, thanks to an array of feelgood effects triggered.
Spring is in the air, accompanied by pollens. Once regarded as the worst period of the year by allergic patients, nature’s awakening can be targeted with new, smart, pro-active remedies that provide extremely better results than just a temporary relief.
While in the past allergens had only to be avoided and kept at a safe distance, today allergologists are able to exploit new means to help (re)befriending those substances.
Same origin (i.e. milk) but different etiology and features: let’s try to clarify the nature of these two conditions, often confused even by the experts.
We’re not surprised, but doctors who treat the respiratory system should jump out of their chairs and take notice in view of the intense dispute that has arisen in recent years. A wonderful study that was published a few weeks ago…
For many years it was thought that allergic reaction was solely caused by proteins and as a matter of fact, many allergists are proposing tests that are increasingly precise (such as the ISAC). Instead of looking for the antibodies for…