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Common Food Allergies

Hi guys today we want to inform you about the Food Allergy prevention project initiative sponsored by the National Allergy Strategy. You may be have noticed that since August 2020 a new social media campaign started using a 15 a second video about feeding the common...

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Is Fish The Best Source Of Protein?

Fish is an excellent source of protein.  The National Health And Research Medical Council, Australia's foremost health research body, advises that Australians should eat more fish. Fish contains a lot of nutrients; it provides energy, selenium, protein, vitamins A and...

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Australians’ Antihistamines Usage is Increasing

Statistics can sometimes lay things out for us in black in white in a form that we can understand better than anything else when it comes to development over time. That’s why they’re around, after all. Recently, data has shown that the usage of allergy medication (as...

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Types of Food Intolerance Tests

Food intolerance tests have had some much-needed evolution over the years, and this has enabled them to be more cost-effective and more accurate, which is great for those looking for answers to their digestive-related problems. If you’re looking for some support when...

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To Which Animals Can You Have A Pet Allergy?

An allergy to animals is known as a pet allergy. When you have a pet allergy, you are allergic to the proteins that are present in your pet's skin cells, urine, or saliva. Symptoms of pet allergy include a runny nose and sneezing (typical symptoms of hay fever)....

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Manage Your Asthma with an Allergy Test

While there are some people are just strong as horses from day one and rarely get sick or deal with other health concerns, majority of us have got a few issues that we need to deal with on a regular basis. A common problem in children, as well as adults, is asthma....

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Do Food Intolerances Go Away?

While mild food intolerances often cause a bit of disruption to your portioning, it's often only the moderate to severe ones that can make you feel like you have to avoid problem foods totally. That being said, living with food intolerances can be frustrating and...

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What Are The Symptoms Of Milk Allergy?

Milk is an integral part of the day-to-day life of the majority of Australians. In fact, the average Australian will consume 105 litres of fresh milk every year. On cereal, in coffee, as an ingredient in puddings. Milk has a range of uses that makes it an incredibly...

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7 Reasons to Test for Food Allergies

Food allergies are common, now more than ever. With this rise, also comes a rise in information for, and appreciation of, a test for food allergies. If you are considering that it might be something to consider for yourself, a loved one, or just your family in...

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