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Food Allergies are perhaps the most widespread and universal medical condition that people suffer from. Avoiding the allergenic foods is the best solution, although there are certain medications that can treat, reduce, or prevent allergic reactions. The following home remedies will not only help to treat the symptoms of food allergies when they do occur, but they also can prevent the allergic reactions from occurring in the first place.
The best method of treating food allergies is to avoid consuming the allergenic food all together. There are a number of elimination diets that can work, but it is important not to make mistakes, especially if you aren’t sure what is causing you to have a negative reaction. Recording and then removing a food from your diet and help you prevent the trigger foods.
The reason that ‘foreign’ proteins make their way into the body and subsequently cause the immune response is because there isn’t enough acid in the stomach to properly break down the food. Betaine hydrochloride is an easy to find supplement at many health food stores that can be taken before and after meals to increase and maintain a healthy level of acid in the stomach.
Bananas, with their wealth of beneficial nutrients, are very good for reducing the symptoms of allergic reactions to food. Bananas reduce skin rashes and stomach discomfort and helps to regulate the body’s metabolism. Therefore, eating enough bananas doesn’t cure food allergies, but it does reduce the severity or likelihood of allergic reactions being too serious.
Since food allergies occur because of an inability to break down proteins in the stomach, adding substances that can break down proteins and help them move unnoticed through the digestive system is also a good tactic for preventing food allergies. Activated charcoal can be mixed with water or a sweetened juice solution can be used and regulates the digestive system.
A deficiency in the immune system is often to blame for the food allergy, since a malfunction in that all-important defense system might make it react incorrectly to certain proteins. Improving the health of the immune system is most effectively done by upping vitamin C and other beneficial vitamins and minerals in the diet.
This has long been known as a solution for improving the strength and resistance of the stomach to various food items. Castor oil coats your stomach and reduces severe effects of any allergic reaction to the food you eat. Drinking a small amount of castor oil (a cup of water with 5-10 drops of castor oil) every morning on an empty stomach.
Vitamin E is known to be very anti-allergenic and it can boost your body’s immune system strength, so it doesn’t falsely recognize acceptable proteins as dangerous ‘foreign’ substances. Some foods that are rich in vitamin E include tofu, spinach, almonds, sunflower seeds, avocados, shrimp, rainbow trout, olive oil, and broccoli.
Flaxseed oil is very effective at boosting the anti-allergenic behavior of the body. It affects the immune system and improves the tolerance of the body’s systems to a wide variety of proteins and food items. Pantothenic acid or vitamin B5 is another very important anti-allergenic and found in mushrooms, oily fish (trout), cheese, eggs, avocados, beef, veal, pork, chicken, and sweet potatoes.
It is another citrus fruit, as mentioned earlier, but lime juice, when added to water with some honey, can work as a powerful detoxifying substance in the body. If you drink this mixture for a few weeks, it can flush the toxins from your system. These are the sorts of toxins that can confuse your body’s immune system and cause these issues with your protein digestion.
This mixture is a very effective treatment for food allergies, especially during a breakout. Anti-allergenic components in both of these vegetable juices make this a smart choice for your food allergy issues.
While these home remedies can help with your problems, food allergies can be extremely severe, and even fatal. You should speak with an allergist so you can get all of the information about your condition. Depending on the severity of the allergy, avoiding the food altogether is probably the wisest choice. As always, prevention is better than treatment.
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