Food allergies are on the rise for children and adults. There are two types of food reactions, IgE and IgG mediated responses. IgE reactions are the obvious ones. You know when you are having one, because you have obvious anaphylactic reactions. IgG mediated food allergies are delayed immune ractions to foods which can occur anywhere from a few hours to few days after exposure to reactive foods. These are what we call food sensitivities.
JAMA article revealed 75% of the money spent on healthcare is spent on chronic conditions. A great deal of these chronic conditions are the direct result of these delayed type of food sensitivities.
What are the symptoms of food sensitivities?
Abdominal pains, aches and pains, ADHD, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, autism, bloating, celiac disease, chronic fatigue, chronic infections, constipation, depression, dizziness, eczema, enuresis (bed wetting), fibromyalgia, fluid retention, GI problems, hyperactivity, irritable bowel syndrome, itching, lethargy, migraine, multiple sclerosis, nausea, psoriasis, recurrent ear infection, recurrent sinus infection, rhinitis, skin rashes, and wheezing.