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What foods turn off your metabolism? The Health and Nutrition Coach offers blood analysis to help you find out.
Mayo restaurants have participated in life-saving allergic reaction training in recent weeks, the training was run by Mayo-based training company Allergy Lifestyle.
As we approach exam season the Asthma Society of Ireland is urging parents and students to take steps to ensure their asthma or allergies do not hinder their exam success.
A company founded by a Tuam woman has secured funding through Dragons Den to allow them to bring safe manageable solutions for parent with children who suffer from allergies, and anaphylaxis and asthma.
Christmas is a food-focused time of year and for those on a gluten-free diet it may seem daunting. The Coeliac Society has published an invaluable Christmas survival guide to help coeliacs enjoy gluten-free festive fare.
A food fair with a difference will take place in Galway this weekend. As the name suggests, all foods showcased at the 'Ballynogluten' event at The Ardilaun Hotel will be gluten free.
Do you find it impossible to lose weight and keep it off despite your best efforts to diet? Does everyone around you seem to eat more than you - and yet somehow end up slimmer? Do you struggle to resist carbohydrate foods such as bread, cakes, chocolate, crisps and pasta? Do most of your excess pounds sit around your tummy? Do you feel tired for much of the time, irritable and unable to focus? Do you feel bloated and sluggish?
The western branch of the Coeliac Society of Ireland will hold its annual Christmas lunch on Sunday December 8 at 12.30pm in The Twelve Hotel, Barna.
What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance and how do you know if you have either or both? Food/chemical/environmental allergy occurs in response to exposure to a substance which the immune system perceives as a threat. The immune system responds with an over reaction in an attempt to detoxify the offending substance to protect the body. Symptoms tend to be instant and can vary from mild discomfort to anaphylactic and life threatening. Intolerance on the other hand occurs in response to the accumulation of toxins and indigestible food substances which settle in layers on the small intestine wall and accumulate in the organs and tissues of the body. Symptoms tend to be chronic, ongoing and recurring. Intolerance affects a larger number of people than allergy.
What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance and how do you know if you have either or both?