Tag Archives: food allergy
Foodfacts.com helps the general public to learn the facts about the foods we eat. We live in an era of genetically modified foods, chemical additives, and various types of food allergies. Due to this, we feel it’s best that everyone … Continue reading
Here at FoodFacts.com, we like to keep our followers up-to-date with current trends, research, and events. Today we share with you that July 6, 2011 is deemed National Fried Chicken Day. In fact, July 6th has celebrated this “holiday” for … Continue reading
Artificial Sweeteners A major topic among Foodfacts.com readers and foodies alike are the amounts of artificial sweeteners in processed foods, and their possibly damaging properties. Diet sodas, juices, breakfast foods, and thousands of other products contain aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, neotame, … Continue reading
Here is a healthy way to make Oatmeal, a very nutritious breakfast, from our friends at The Picky Eater. Tomorrow we will be talking about McDonald’s Oatmeal so take note of the nutrition differences: The Perfect Bowl of Oatmeal I … Continue reading
Our blog of the day comes from a mother who has a son that suffers from multiple food allergies. In this blog she gives some tips on how to deal with food allergies during holidays and family functions. “Holiday gatherings … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com encountered an interesting news report: cccording to the latest research numbers, food allergies among children and adults are on the rise, and no one seems to know why.
The Foodfacts.com Blog discovered an interesting article that is worth passing along. Apparently, current methods of testing people for food allergies are not particularly precise, leaving many people to falsely think that they have a condition that they really don’t. … Continue reading
Aside from the additional costs that families dealing with food allergies have to incur, another financial challenge comes in the form of opportunity loss. More often than not, half of what would ordinarily be a two-income household will have to … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com Blog research shows that there are about five to eight percent of young children who is inflicted with food allergy. A food allergy is an immunologic reaction of the body when an individual is hypersensitive to a particular food … Continue reading
Which food allergies are not commonly outgrown? Foodfacts.com has encountered an interesting news item that some food allergies are less commonly outgrown than others, and these include peanut, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish.