Monthly Archives: July 2009
A new study shows that when fed small amounts of peanut protein, peanut allergies in some children disappeared.
Eat Drink Better has an interesting article about celiac disease. Regular readers of this blog, and subscribers to Food Facts, well know that celiac disease is one of the most common, undiagnosed genetic disorders, with an estimated 1 in 133 … Continue reading
Kelly Rudnicki is popularly known as the Food Allergy Mama. The always informative and fun-to-read Kelly is currently blogging about a delightfully different recipe she calls Dairy, Egg and Nut Free Blueberry Buckle. Now, this is something worth checking out.
A current article in Nutraingredients highlights the common misunderstandings that occur with food allergies. According to the article, many Americans are confusing allergy and intolerance, believing that there is a cure, or misunderstanding current treatments.
A Food Facts Special Report. First in a series. Perhaps you have suspected for some time that you or someone you know might be suffering from a food allergy. It might have shown up in the form of a major … Continue reading
Steamed to achieve optimum taste in about 15 minutes, this healthy and nutritious salmon and asparagus dish is a fast and easy dinner with very little clean up. Ideally served with whole grain rice or couscous and a touch of … Continue reading
MSN Health & Fitness has an insightful article about preparing for mealtimes with a child who has autism. Columnist Dr. Rob received an inquiry from a parent of a 14-year old who has autism. He is a picky eater. The … Continue reading
Here’s a brief and entertaining video with a medical explanation about why some people get fat.
Eating Well has an interesting chicken-based recipe that is easy to prepare and tasty for the palate. They point out that snow peas aren’t just for stir-fries. Thinly sliced, their crunchy texture and sweet taste combined with a creamy Asian … Continue reading
A news report from Food Navigator presented an interesting situation of concern to consumers: there is new research regarding salt levels in global products from some of the biggest food manufacturers. Disturbingly, it has revealed wide and random variations. The … Continue reading