How To Take Care Of Your Food Allergy?

Written by Novi White


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Can a food allergy be cured? Well, itís sad to say that food allergy cannot be cured. How do you treat this food allergy then? The only way that can be done is to strictly avoidrepparttar food that can causerepparttar 145886 allergic reactions or symptoms. Donít forget to readrepparttar 145887 ingredients of food youíll consume. If there isnít any, askrepparttar 145888 store staff to explainrepparttar 145889 ingredients. If you still cannot getrepparttar 145890 information, in order to prevent allergic reactions, just find another food which is safe for your body!

If you suddenly getrepparttar 145891 reactions, there are some over-the-counter prescriptions you can use to relieve them. However, itís of course better for you to consult with your doctor before taking any medications, especially if your food allergy has become worse.

Talking about medicines your food allergy, you can get them for online. Compare some of them throughrepparttar 145892 Internet and ask your doctor which is best for you.

Novi White writes health articles on various publications. She has been working with doctors for their research publications. You can visit her Website MyAllergyGuide.com at http://www.myallergyguide.com


Common Sense About Low Carb Diets

Written by Paul Buckley


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Most low-carb diets cause ketosis. Some ofrepparttar potential consequences are nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and confusion. Duringrepparttar 145726 initial phase of low-carb dieting some fatigue and constipation may be encountered. Generally, these symptoms dissipate quickly. Ketosis may also giverepparttar 145727 breath a fruity odor, somewhat like nail-polish remover (acetone).

Low-carb diets do not enablerepparttar 145728 consumption of more calories than other kinds of diets, as has been often reported. A calorie is a calorie and it doesn't matter weather they come from carbohydrates or fat. Study discrepancies are likelyrepparttar 145729 result of uncontrolled circumstances; i.e. diet participants that cheat on calorie consumption, calories burned during exercise, or any number of other factors. The drop-out rate for strict (i.e. less than 40 grams of CHO/day) low-carb diets is relatively high.

What Should You Do? - There are 3 important points I would like to re-emphasize:

- The long-range success rate for low-carb and other types of diets is similar.

- Despite their popularity, little information exists onrepparttar 145730 long-term efficacy and safety of low-carbohydrate diets.

- Strict low-carb diets are usually not sustainable as a normal way of eating. Boredom usually overcomes willpower.

It is obvious after reviewingrepparttar 145731 topic, that more, well-designed and controlled studies are needed. There just isn't a lot of good information available, especially concerning long-range effects. Strict low-carb diets produce ketosis which is an abnormal and potentially stressful metabolic state. Under some circumstances this might cause health related complications.

The diet you choose should be a blueprint for a lifetime of better eating, not just a quick weight loss plan to reach your weight goal. If you can't see yourself eatingrepparttar 145732 prescribed foods longer than a few days or a week, then chances are it's notrepparttar 145733 right diet. To this end, following a moderately low fat diet with a healthy balance of fat, protein, carbohydrate and other nutrients is beneficial.

If you do decide to follow a low-carb plan, remember that certain dietary fats are associated with reduction of disease. Foods high in unsaturated fats that are free of trans-fatty acids such as olive oil, fish, flaxseeds, and nuts are preferred to fats from animal origins.

Even promoters ofrepparttar 145734 Atkins diet now say people on their plan should limitrepparttar 145735 amount of red meat and saturated fat they eat. Atkins representatives are telling health professionals that only 20 percent of a dieter's calories should come from saturated fat (i.e. meat, cheese, butter). This change comes as Atkins faces competition from other popular low-carb diets that call for less saturated fat, such asrepparttar 145736 South Beach diet plan. Low-carb dieting should not be considered as a license to gorge on red meat!

Another alternative to "strict" low-carb dieting would be to give up some ofrepparttar 145737 bad carbohydrate foods but not "throw outrepparttar 145738 baby withrepparttar 145739 bath water". In other words, foods high in processed sugar, snacks, and white bread would be avoided, but foods high in complex carbohydrates such as fruit, potatoes and whole grains, retained.

Paul Buckley is a professional pilot who provides articles, tips and resources to his readers as a sideline. A native of Boston, he presently resides in the southeastern US. http://www.healthydietzone.com


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