Thursday, 4 April 2019 | Editor
As we enter spring, all sufferers will probably agree that the hay fever season has arrived with a bang this year. For many, symptoms have appeared much earlier as a result of milder temperatures and soaring pollen levels.
Sufferers are struggling to manage their tricky allergic symptoms
Thursday, 5 November 2015 | Editor
Wheat contains gluten which, when wet, is a sticky glue-like substance, which often plays havoc with the digestion and absorption of nutrients. It encourages the growth of unfriendly bacteria which are responsible for producing toxic substances and gas. Constipation,diarrhoea, bloatedness, indigestion, flatulence and wind are all problems that benefit from the removal of wheat from the diet.
This article shows some of the offending food stuffs and the alternatives free of wheat, dairy products, yeast and sugar.