Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Medicinal Mushrooms

Excerpted from Herbs for Health Magazine
Mushrooms have been valued throughout the world as both food and medicine for thousands of years. Throughout the world, many people enjoy hunting for wild mushrooms, delighting in the variety of shapes, sizes, and colors exhibited by these "flowers of the fall." Europeans have always appreciated the gastronomic value of wild mushrooms. In Japan, pushcart vendors on the streets still sell medicinal mushrooms to the average citizen who uses them to maintain health and promote longevity. Some Japanese people have even been said to travel hundreds of miles in order to collect wild mushrooms that only grow on very old plum trees--such as the Reishi--renowned as a cure for cancerand degenerative diseases. Likewise, for over 3,000 years the Chinese have used and revered many fungi for their health-giving properties, especially tonics for the immune system (Bo and Yun-sun, 1980; Yun-Chang, 1985). To the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria a number of fungi became an important part of their mythology and medical practice (Oso, 1977).
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Acupuncture Now Part of Fertility Services

Reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Robert Anderson, announced today his affiliation with acupuncture fertility specialist, Dr. Grace Pak, who might be able help fertility patients improve the chance for success during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment.

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 2, 2007 -- The Southern California Center of Reproductive Medicine's affiliation with Dr. Pak developed due to the increasing number of requests by IVF patients and Dr. Anderson's high opinion about acupuncture.

"There have been many attempts to increase the success of IVF through the use of a variety of alternative medicine treatments", comments Dr. Anderson. He adds, "Over the past few years, acupuncture has become one of the more popular of these treatment modalities. Research shows that it may have a positive impact on the outcome of an IVF cycle."



There have been a number of studies performed at IVF centers around the world, which have demonstrated that acupuncture may have some benefit in treating infertilitywhen used along with IVF. It has been shown in these studies that there is an increased embryo implantation rate and increased pregnancy rate when acupuncture is used during IVF compared to women who did not undergo acupuncture treatment. For more information about acupuncture at SCCRM, please go tohttp://www.socalfertility.com/acupuncture-and-fertility.html
If acupuncture treatment is requested by patients, Dr. Anderson recommends to schedule sessions with Dr. Pak during the stimulation phase of IVF and at the time of embryo transfer. This is the time it promises the most benefit, according to research.

Dr. Grace Pak, a licensed acupuncturist joined SCCRM after practicing her skill in Orange County for the past eight years. She was the founder and director of her own reproductive wellness and holistichealth center and holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Pak grew up around the field of acupuncture and the field of Western Medicine throughout her life and concentrates in her work on providing excellent patient care with the goal of increasing fertility treatment success with acupuncture. For more information about our acupuncture infertility specialist,for more infohttp://www.chineseherbs.com/category-s/1860.htm


Acupressure and Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine views the body as a small part of the universe, subject to laws and principles of harmony and balance. Chinese medicine does not make as sharp a distinction as Western medicine does between mind and body. The Chinese system believes that emotions and mental states are every bit as influential on disease as purely physical mechanisms, and considers factors like work, environment, and relationships as fundamental to a patient'shealth. Chinese medicine also uses very different symbols and ideas to discuss the body and health. While Western medicine typically describes health as mainly physical processes composed of chemical equations and reactions, the Chinese use ideas like yin and yang, chi, and the organ system to describe health and the body.
Everything in the universe has properties of yin and yang. Yin is associated with cold, female, passive, downward, inward, dark, wet. Yang can be described as hot, male, active, upward, outward, light, dry, and so on. Nothing is either completely yin or yang. These two principles always interact and affect each other, although the body and its organs can become imbalanced by having either too much or too little of either.
Chi (pronounced chee, also spelled qiorkiin Japanese shiatsu) is the fundamental life energy. It is found in food, air, water, and sunlight, and it travels through the body in channels called meridians. There are 12 major meridians in the body that transport chi, corresponding to the 12 main organs categorized by Chinese medicine.
Disease is viewed as an imbalance of the organs and chi in the body. Chinese medicine has developed intricate systems of how organs are related to physical and mental symptoms, and it has devised corresponding treatments using the meridian and pressure point networks that are classified and numbered. The goal of acupressure, and acupuncture, is to stimulate and unblock the circulation of chi, by activating very specific points, called pressure points or acupoints. Acupressure seeks to stimulate the points on the chi meridians that pass close to the skin, as these are easiest to unblock and manipulate with finger pressure.
Acupressure can be used as part of a Chinese physician's prescription, as a session of massage therapy , or as a self-treatment for common aches and illnesses. A Chinese medicine practitioner examines a patient very thoroughly, looking at physical, mental and emotional activity, taking the pulse usually at the wrists, examining the tongue and complexion, and observing the patient's demeanor and attitude, to get a complete diagnosis of which organs and meridian points are out of balance. When the imbalance is located, the physician will recommend specific pressure points for acupuncture or acupressure. If acupressure is recommended, the patient might opt for a series of treatments from a massage therapist.
In massage therapy, acupressurists will evaluate a patient's symptoms and overall health, but a massage therapist's diagnostic training isn't as extensive as a Chinese physician's. In a massage therapy treatment, a person usually lies down on a table or mat, with thin clothing on. The acupressurist will gently feel and palpate the abdomen and other parts of the body to determine energy imbalances. Then, the therapist will work with different meridians throughout the body, depending on which organs are imbalanced in the abdomen. The therapist will use different types of finger movements and pressure on different acupoints, depending on whether the chi needs to be increased or dispersed at different points. The therapist observes and guides the energy flow through the patient's body throughout the session. Sometimes, specialherbs (Artemesia vulgarisor moxa) may be placed on a point to warm it, a process called moxibustion. A session of acupressure is generally a very pleasant experience, and some people experience great benefit immediately. For more chronic conditions, several sessions may be necessary to relieve and improve conditions.
Acupressure massage usually costs from $30-70 per hour session. A visit to a Chinese medicine physician or acupuncturist can be more expensive, comparable to a visit to an allopathic physician if the practitioner is an MD. Insurance reimbursement varies widely, and consumers should be aware if their policies cover alternative treatment, acupuncture, or massage therapy.

Acupuncture: the Stress-buster

By Kath Bartlett
Stress. We all have it. The question is, "How do I get rid of it?"

The answer lies not only in eliminating the causes, but also in learning to manage life's curve balls. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are useful in the management end. Lifestyle changes can help with the causes. How can acupuncture help, and what can you do to stop stress in its tracks?

Before answering that question, let's look at what happens when we get stressed. Mostly, we tense up. This tightening causes our Qi to get stuck. Qi (pronounced chee) is energy, the energy of life. This energy flows through our body. It's Qi (energy) that mobilizes our arms and legs to move, our stomach to digest food, our heart to pump and blood to flow. Without Qi, we're dead, lifeless.

When we get tense the Qi flowing through our body and organs gets stuck. The stuck Qi builds up, like a pressure cooker, and eventually needs an escape valve. We might get angry and have outbursts. When Qi in the stomach gets stuck, we have digestive problems, like acid regurgitation, or heartburn. (Qi gets stuck, and can't flow down, so it goes upward and escapes out the mouth.) Some people get bowel problems, like IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) because this stuck Qi cannot move food through the intestines properly. Did you ever get angry and feel Qi rising to your head (maybe you got warm or red in the face)? This happens because the stuck Qi building up has to be released. It goes up to the head, and can cause migraine or tension headaches, and high blood pressure.

Acupuncture effectively treats disorders caused by stress, by unblocking stuck Qi, allowing it to flow properly throughout the body. We feel more relaxed and food is digested smoothly and moves through the bowels properly. As our tension is relieved, so are the headaches. Instead of being so tense and angry, we remain calm and our blood pressure and our tempers stay even.

How does acupuncture treat stress-related health conditions? The acupuncturist beans by asking questions about the problem (e.g.. headache, heartburn, or high blood pressure) and then asks general questions about all systems in the body and emotions. The acupuncturist is determining a constitutional pattern to explain why this patient developed the condition. Next, the practitioner develops a treatment plan, including acupuncture, herbal formulas and lifestyle modifications to treat the condition. The acupuncture and herbal prescriptions include empirical points or herbs known to be effective in treating the complaint, and points and herbs to move the stock Qi. For example, headaches or high blood pressure might be treated with acupuncture points in the feet or ankles, or heavy medicinal like shells or minerals to pull the excess qi down to the feet, therefore stopping the problem.

A recent medical study published in Anesthesiology (June 2003) used ear acupressure to relieve stress and anxiety in patients being transported to the hospital in ambulances. Some got a real acupuncture points (acupuncture group), and some got a fake (sham) points (control group). At arrival, the stress level in the acupuncture group decreased sixty-six percent. In contrast, the stress level in the control group increased .ten percent. Such studies indicate the effectiveness of acupuncture in-stress treatment.

Stress is our internal response to outside stimuli. Modifying the way we respond and react to external triggers and the way we live, we can make a great impact in improving health and in resistance to stress. Here are seven things You can do change Your response and eliminate stress.

Walk away from it. Walking is a great way to move Qi, so it doesn't get stuck. Sometimes while you're walking you'll see a new way to solve the problem. Somehow in the flesh air things don't seem so bad, and you relax.

Breathe. When life gets overwhelming, take a deep breath, and then slowly release it Watch the breath, as it comes in, and as it goes out Meditation requires you to focus on something other than your problems, like your breath, relaxing music or guided imagery. In doing so, you get your mind off your troubles, and when you come back they just don't seem so bad. People with regular meditation practices consistently report that they are Calmer and less reactive to stress triggers.

Do one thing at a time. Resist multi-tasking. Trying to do too many things simultaneously inherently causes, tension. Prioritize, and then calmly and efficiently work down the list, one by one.

Shorten the list. When you're overwhelmed because of too many to-dos, cross some off the list. Deadlines can be postponed, and some things will just have to wait.

Get help. Often we feel there's just too much to do, and not enough hours in the day. Don't try to be superwoman/man. Enlist aid to get the must-dos done. Often people around us are not aware that we need help because we're not telling them.

Attend to your financial health. Financial stress can be insidious, affecting our emotions, sleep and physical well being. If your income fluctuates, be sure to save enough during the higher months to cover your expenses during the lean months. Is your nest egg Large enough to cover unexpected expenses, or sudden changes hi employment? (This is usually eight months expenses kept in cash in the bank.) Having a plan and knowing that you are in control of your finances can go a long way towards relieving this kind of pressure.

Have fun. What's life but to be enjoyed? When your troubles are mounting, go do something you love. It's hard to be tease when you're having fun. So whether it's dinnerwith friends, watching a favorite movie, or a bubble bath, be sure to make joy part of your routine.

Ear Acupressure Helps Reduce Stress and Anxiety Thirty-six patients being transported via ambulance to a hospital for various medical conditions were randomly assigned to receive auricular acupressure at the relaxation point or a sham point. Anxiety was assessed at departure and on arrival to the hospital using a visual analog scale (VAS): at departure on arrival Relaxation Group 37.6 12.4 Sham Group 42.5 46.7 Note: Table made from bar graph.
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Friday, August 15, 2014

Heart in Hand Massage Therapy

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Massage is an old art. It was known to our ancestors and was practiced after bathing and exercise to balance and center the body. They understood that health involves equal development of the mind and body. In the world we live in, we rarely take time to allow our bodies to recover from the rigors and pressures of every day routines. Endless meetings, deadlines and errands can lead to burnout and illness which will eventually make us ineffective in our work and home lives. Massage is one way to lessen and relieve these stresses that dull our minds and weaken our bodies. Massage is basically touch. Using the palms of the hands, the forearms, fingertips, elbows and knuckles, the therapist will stroke, push, pull, knead and tap away tension and muscular pain and stiffness from your body. We at Heart in Hand believe massage is the key to the best life, pain free. We weren’t given an owner’s manual when we were born, so we have to learn as we go. Massage is one step on the path. Enjoy the journey...
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How Massage Can Benefit Your Heart By Alex A. Kecskes


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Regardless of age, massage therapy performed by a skilled and qualified therapist can reduce stress, cause relaxation and enhance feelings of well being. A good massage can stimulate the nerve endings in skin, release endorphins (the feel good hormones) and inhibit the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline. Blood will circulate more efficiently, blood pressure will drop and heart rates will slow down. 

A regular massage regimen can reduce the risks associated with stress, such as cardiac arrhythmias (the heart pumps less effectively, so less blood reaches the brain and other vital organs). A number of long-term studies have shown that a consistent massage program can decrease diastolic and systolic blood pressure. And maintaining a healthy blood pressure can contribute to lowering the odds of one having a heart attack. Massage therapy releases contracted muscles and pushes venous blood towards the heart, easing the strain on the heart. In this way, massage offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach for allowing the body to naturally heal itself.

Some suggest that massage therapy may move a patient's nervous system from the sympathetic toward the parasympathetic. The sympathetic nervous system helps mobilize the body for action (the fight-or-flight response), which ups the heart and breathing rate and causes blood vessels to narrow. On the other hand, the parasympathetic nervous system creates a resting response characterized by a reduced heart and breathing rate and dilated blood vessels. An increasing number of research studies reveal that massage reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure and increases blood circulation. A pilot study conducted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles showed that in-patient massage treatments performed after heart bypass surgery reduced pain and muscle spasms. 

Massage therapy is usually administered by a therapist using fingers and hands to manipulate the soft tissues of the body--muscles, skin and tendons. When administered by a trained professional, massage therapy is generally safe and has no adverse side effects. Since massage improves the circulation, it facilitates the flow of essential nutrients and oxygen to your body. The gliding action of the massage therapist’s hands over your skin (a technique called effleurage) can have a calming effect on nerves, which medical studies show can help reduce stress.

For those who do not get enough physical exercise, a monthly massage is highly recommended. Keep in mind that the effects of regular massage are cumulative. If the goal is one of health maintenance, a massage every week or two can help one feel better and reduce tension and stress levels.

Before attempting massage therapy, first consult a primary care physician. If the doctor advises that massage may help, find a licensed massage therapist who is nationally certified through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (www.ncbtmb.org) or the American Massage Therapy Association (www.amtamassage.org). Note: Medicare and most private insurance do not cover massage.

Source:http://www.pacificcollege.edu/acupuncture-massage-news/articles/774-how-massage-can-benefit-your-heart.html

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Alternative medicine use and breast cancer

As a cancer surgeon specializing in breast cancer, I have a particularly intense dislike reserved for cancer quacks, which I have a hard time containing at times when I see instances of such quackery applied to women with breast cancer. I make no apologies. These women are, after all, the type of patients I spend all my clinical time taking care of and to whose disease my research has been directed for the last 13 years or so. That’s why I keep revisiting the topic time and time again. Unfortunately, over the years, when it comes to this topic there’s been a depressing amount of blogging material. Indeed, Scott Gavura took a bite out of this particularly rotten apple just a few days ago. Even though he handled the discussion quite well, I thought it would be worthwhile for a breast cancer clinician to take a look. Our perspectives are, after all, different, and this is an issue that, from my perpective, almost can’t be discussed too often.

Source:http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/alternative-medicine-use-and-breast-cancer-2012-update/

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Alternative Breast Cancer Treatments

Women around the world are increasingly drawn to learning about alternativebreast cancer treatment.
"At my practice of integrative oncology, one in four of the patients I see is a woman living with or beyond breast cancer," says Donald Abrams, MD, professor of clinical medicine and director of clinical programs for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. "A lot of patients are interested in these kinds of interventions."
Yet despite growing interest, the largely unregulated field of alternative medicine has left many women confused about what these therapies actually do and whether they work. Here's an overview to help get you or your loved one started.
What Is 'Alternative' Breast Cancer Treatment?
Before getting into specific cancer therapies, it's important to understand the terminology. The words "alternative," "complementary," and "integrative" are often used interchangeably to describe non-traditional breast cancer treatments, but they have very different meanings.


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Complementary and alternative therapies for breast cancer

When you have cancer you are likely to hear about ways to treat your cancer or relieve symptoms that your doctor hasn't mentioned. Everyone from friends and family to Internet groups and web sites might offer ideas for what might help you. These methods can include vitamins, herbs, and special diets, or other methods such as acupuncture ormassage, to name a few.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

10 Health Benefits of Sea Salt

10 Health Benefits of Sea Salt | Ready Nutrition
Sea salt is rapidly becoming more popular, as more and more people are learning about all the health benefits that the salt has to offer. The salt is obtained naturally from the sea, and does not go through any processing that alters the natural make-up of the salt.
Thus it contains many essential trace minerals that your body needs in order to be healthy. This natural salt is healthier than the iodized salt available in the market. Read about the ten great benefits to adding sea salt to your diet:
Strong Immune System – Sea salt naturally helps you to build up a strong immune system so that you can fight off the cold virus, the fever and flu, allergies and other autoimmune disorders.
Alkalizing – Sea salt is alkalizing to the body, as it has not been exposed to high heat and stripped of its minerals, nor does it have any harmful man-made ingredients added to it. Thus it can help you to prevent and reverse high levels of acids in the body, which in turn eliminates the risks for serious and life-threatening diseases.
Weight Loss – Believe it or not, but sea salt can also help you in weight loss. It helps the body to create digestive juices so that the foods you eat are digested faster, and it helps to prevent buildup in the digestive tract, which eventually can lead to constipation and weight gain.
Skin Conditions – A sea salt bath can help to relieve dry and itchy skin as well as serious conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. The bath naturally opens up the pores, improves circulation in the skin and hydrates the tissues so that your skin can heal.
Asthma – Sea salt is effective in reducing inflammation in the respiratory system. Thus the production of phlegm is slowed down so that you can breathe easier again. Some say that sprinkling sea salt on the tongue after drinking a glass of water is just as effective as using an inhaler. But the great thing about sea salt is that it has no side effects when taken in moderation.
Heart Health – When salt is taken with water it can help to reduce high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and help to regulate an irregular heart beat. Thus sea salt can help to prevent atherosclerosis, heart attacks and strokes.
Diabetes – Sea salt can help to reduce the need for insulin by helping to maintain proper sugar levels in the body. Thus the salt is an essential part of the diet if you are diabetic, or at risk for the disease.
Osteoporosis – Just over 1/4 of the amount of salt that is in the body is stored in the bones, where it helps to keep them strong. When the body lacks salt and water it begins to draw the sodium from the bones, which then eventually can lead to osteoporosis. Thus by drinking plenty of water and consuming salt in moderation you can prevent osteoporosis.
Muscle Spasms – Potassium is essential for helping the muscles to function properly. Sea salt not only contains small amounts of potassium, but it also helps the body to absorb it better from other foods. Thus it is effective in helping to prevent muscle pains, spasms and cramps.
Depression – Sea salt also has shown to be effective in treating various types of depression. The salt helps to preserve two essential hormones in the body that help you to better deal with stress. These hormones are serotonin and melatonin, which help you to feel good, and relax and sleep better at night.


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Curious About Acupuncture?

Curious About Acupuncture?



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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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Janice Lewis is the perfect example of what retirement really looks like in this day and age. She became eligible for retirement and social security at the age of 65 but realized that she couldn't lead the lifestyle she was used to on such a low income. Faced with the decision of retiring or remaining a professional hairstylist, she picked the latter.
She knew that remaining in this line of work meant she had to focus on the way she looked and ensure she remained as youthful looking as possible. Nowadays clients are more likely to flock to younger "edgier" looking stylists than to the older stylist's chair. Determined to remain successful in the industry, she began to do research on surgery-free ways to give her aging skin a boost of youth.
After spending countless amounts of hours researching this topic, she reached a point where she just wanted to give up. Almost everywhere she looked, people were telling her that facelifts and injections were her only hope. It wasn't until one day when she found herself in her dentist's waiting room watching a celebrity doctor's television program that she realized there was still hope.
The doctor revealed that the secret to the reversal of wrinkles and sagging skin consisted of a scientific cocktail of youth preserving ingredients that had undergone years of clinical and government testing that dermatologists don't want the public to know about.
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Friday, August 8, 2014

Other Benefits of Mango

Morning Mango Green Thickie

This is my staple.  I lived on a variation of this mango smoothie recipe for most breakfasts for about 6 months after my baby was born.  Variety is very important but I was just too engrossed in all things baby to think of many other concoctions.  Plus my husband loved it and I knew it was a winning formula.  It has a lovely sweet taste with no surprises so this is an all round winner.  If you want to convert anyone to Green Thickies, this mango smoothie recipe will do it every time.


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10 GOOD POINTS and Health Benefits of Mangos


Green Mango Nutrition Facts

Green Mango

Fresh Fruits

AGrade
107Calories
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 cup (165 g)
Per Serving% Daily Value*
Calories 107
Sodium 3mg0%
Carbohydrates 28g9%
Dietary Fiber 3g12%
Sugars 3g
Protein 1g
Vitamin A 25% · Vitamin C 76%
Calcium 2% · Iron 1%


Read more: Calories in Melissa's - Green Mango, Fresh Fruits | Nutrition and Health Facts http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-melissas-green-mango-i115627#ixzz39rTEgjfB


GOOD POINTS
  • Very low in sodium
  • High in dietary fiber
  • Very high in vitamin A
  • Very high in vitamin C


  • Read more: Calories in Melissa's - Green Mango, Fresh Fruits | Nutrition and Health Facts http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-melissas-green-mango-i115627#ixzz39rT6sLpA


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    Wednesday, August 6, 2014

    Guava leaf health benefits

    Tender guava leaves are used as medicine since long times. These young leaves are abundant with many beneficial bio-chemicals such as quercetins and vitamin C including many antioxidants. Tender guava leaf tea is useful in curing of diabetes, diarrhoea and reduces cholesterol.  Guavas folate helps in the metabolism of protein and carbohydrate for fuel.

    Source: http://www.gyanunlimited.com/health/health-benefits-of-guava-medicinal-uses-of-guava-juices/3939/

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    Health Benefits and Medicinal Uses of Eating Guava

    Guava is termed as superfruits because of the presence of multiple health benefits nutrients-vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid, potassium, copper, manganese, fibre, flavanoids, and other phytochemicals.  It is surprising to know that guavas are having more vitamin C than oranges and more potassium than  bananas.
    One guava contains 169 mg of vitamin C while an orange has only 69 mg.Guava is also  used as guava jams and jellies.  To know in details about the Top 15 Health and Medicinal Benefits of Guavas, go through the article.
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    Corn Allergies

    Corn allergy is a type of food allergy. It is very difficult to live with allergy. Particularly in US it can be very difficult allergy to manage due to the high quantity of food products contains various forms of corn like vanilla extract, vinegar, modified food starch and corn starch.The symptoms of corn allergy are very apparent and it is very important to diagnose corn allergies at early stage.

    Symptoms:
    Some of the physical symptoms for corn allergy:
    • Dark circles may occur under the eyes.
    • Swelling of tongue, face, lips, throat or any other parts of the body.
    • Itchy rashes or hives or eczema may occur.
    • Sometimes digestive problems and stomach pains may come.
    • Leads to vomiting, constipation or diarrhea.
    • Itchiness in the mouth.
    There are some of the mental symptoms for corn allergy:
    • Migraine attacks and headaches.
    • The behavior is uncontrollable such as nervous ticks or nail biting.
    • Confusion
    • Depression
    • Thought problems
    • Feels tired even after have food
    • Loss of consciousness
    • Very difficult to breath due to swelling of throat and other air passages.
    Instructions to prevent corn allergy:
    • Should avoid all the products which contains corn from the diet.The products which includes corn are corn sugar, corn chips, corn alcohol, corn syrup, corn starch, cornmeal and corn flour.
    • Baking powder also contains corn starch, so people look only for corn-free baking powder. It can be available at supermarkets.
    • Should avoid the food products like food starch, vegetable gum or vegetable starch and modified food starch. These products may contain corn.
    • Should avoid the foods which contains sugar like sweetened cereals.
    • Should avoid all the sucrose which has been extracted from corn.
    • Corn oil is used to coat paper cups and plates as well as plastic wrap.
    • Should substitute arrowroot or potato starch for corn starch when it is used in soups, gravies or sauces.
    • Beware of the ingredients such as dextrin, dextrates and maltodextrin. These ingredients contain dex or they may be 
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    How To Avoid Egg Allergy

    Egg allergy is one type of food allergy.Egg allergy is the second most common allergy in children. Usually these allergies appear at very early age with the severe reactions occurs in between 6 to 15 months.The symptoms of egg allergy are very apparent and it is very important to diagnose egg allergies at an early stage.



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