Your health problems may be a result of food allergies by Dr. Timothy Moore

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Your health problems may be a result of food allergies by Dr. Timothy Moore Empty Your health problems may be a result of food allergies by Dr. Timothy Moore

Post by Tee on Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:51 am

By Dr. Timothy Moore Ph.D | Published 09/22/2011

Do you get migraine headaches or headaches often? Do you have joint pain, sinus issues or immune system issues? Upon waking up in the morning, do you feel groggy? If you’re grappling with any of the above issues, it’s a possibility that you’re suffering from food allergies.

Food allergies are common and often not suspected as culprits of serious health problems. Millions of Americans are being misled and wonder why they can’t maintain a good quality life. Hence, before you gulp down medication for your existing health problems, find out for sure if you have a food allergy, and then find a way to get rid of it.

The kinds of food we eat can become a double-edge sword: Food is necessary for survival, but then sometimes certain foods we eat can cause inflammation of the autoimmune system, and problems such as sluggishness, tiredness, irritability, weight gain, weight loss, irregular bowel movement, skin rashes, and a host of other ailments.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) uses a standard guideline for what it considers as healthy food choices. In my opinion, the standard first used by the USDA did not provide a healthy and balanced diet for Americans until recently, when the food pyramid was changed to reflect a more appropriate and balanced nutritional diet.

A balanced diet is one of the major weapons for controlling food allergies. You may be surprised to know that almost any health problem – from dark circles under the eyes, uncontrolled bladder, acid reflux, the common cold, and even cancer – can be triggered by food allergies or food intolerance.

According to the experts, a food allergy is “an abnormal response to food that is eaten or touched that triggers a reaction in the immune system and causes unpleasant symptoms, sometimes serious.” When this occurs, you may find yourself with a sore throat, itchy skin, Raynaud’s disease (a disorder of the blood vessels that supplies blood to the skin), itchy eyes, gastrointestinal issues, diarrhea, cramping, shortness of breath, and low blood pressure.

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