Category Archives: headache
When you feel a headache coming on, you’re most likely going to reach for acetaminophen, motrin or aspirin. You might try taking a nap. Or if you have sinus troubles, you may take an over-the-counter medication designed to help ease … Continue reading
Our Foodfacts.com editors discovered an interesting article in Tehturbruk.com that merits attention.
For protein lovers, celiac disease is one thing they wouldn’t want to get from the family genes. Fortunately, its treatment can also be ensured within the family and at home. Celiac disease is a digestive order that can run from … Continue reading
Helping Companies Increase their Gluten Free Business The gluten free market is exploding in the U.S. and one in ten grocery shoppers is buying gluten-free food for someone in their household. That means there are a lot of people without … Continue reading
Celiac disease (CD) is an inherited intestinal disorder characterized by life-long intolerance to the ingestion of gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. Although CD can be diagnosed at any age, it commonly occurs during early childhood (between … Continue reading
There is no “one size fits all” approach and solution to autism and diet-related issues, but we found a news report in Examiner to be especially interesting. According to the story, a five year old Canadian boy diagnosed with severe … Continue reading
Let’s turn our attention to the ever-present and often confusing topic of organics. At least since 1990experts been fighting the good fight trying to sort it all out. That’s when Congress passed the National Organic Foods Production Act in an … Continue reading