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  1. photo Celiac disease in children nearly tripled in two decades as Roundup spraying increased over 300%Celiac disease in children nearly tripled in two decades as Roundup spraying increased over 300%News
    ., as a major driver behind this epidemic of supposed gluten allergies. Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, which contains glyphosate, is often applied to conventional wheat crops at the end of their life cycleRead more
  2. photo Food <b>Allergies</b> in Kids Linked to Household ChemicalsFood Allergies in Kids Linked to Household ChemicalsArticle
    Food allergies in the U.S.are on the rise, and have been for years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates food allergies affect up to 15 million people including one in 13Read more
  3. photo 8 Most Common Food <b>Allergies</b> and the Foods to Avoid8 Most Common Food Allergies and the Foods to AvoidArticle
    , soybean curd, soybean granules, soy sauce, tamari, tempeh, and tofu. 8. Wheat Also most prevalent among children, wheat allergy often persists into adolescence. Wheat allergy occurs in those who haveRead more
  4. photo 5 Tips for Packing School Lunches for Kids with Food <b>Allergies</b>5 Tips for Packing School Lunches for Kids with Food AllergiesArticle
    in some ways, to have a child with allergies. Or at least that’s how I feel. You don’t have to deal with wheat, cheese and peanuts. You have a great extra reason not to buy processed food. You can pack yourRead more
  5. photo Prevent food <b>allergies</b> by introducing peanuts and eggs at an early agePrevent food allergies by introducing peanuts and eggs at an early ageNews
    Food allergies are on the rise in the Western world, but evidence suggests that feeding kids peanuts and eggs early in their life may reduce their risk of developing allergies to these foodsRead more
  6. photo Children with rheumatoid arthritis may experience relief by going gluten-free: studyChildren with rheumatoid arthritis may experience relief by going gluten-free: studyNews
    changes, including:" "[a]ltered structure of the gliadin proteins," "[c]hange in the structure of wheat germ agglutinin" and "[u]nique antigens (allergy- and immune-stimulating proteins)."Studies linkingRead more
  7. photo Why people have <b>allergies</b> and how to alleviate themWhy people have allergies and how to alleviate themNews
    severe, the list of allergy triggers is growing. However, these still remain the most common: Foods such as sugar, milk, eggs, peanuts, wheat, pork, soy, tree nuts, corn, fish, and shellfish. MedicationsRead more
  8. photo Gluten Free Beauty: Marketing Gimmick or the Real Thing?Gluten Free Beauty: Marketing Gimmick or the Real Thing?Article
    on cosmetics and personal care products, as well. And those with gluten intolerance are benefitting. Wheat, rye, barley, and sometimes oats, contain a protein called gliadin. Some people are sensitiveRead more
  9. photo 1 in 13 Kids Has Food <b>Allergies</b>, Study Finds1 in 13 Kids Has Food Allergies, Study FindsArticle
    .” According to the CDC there are eight major types of food allergies that cause 90 percent of reactions amongst children: Milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy and wheat. Some experts believeRead more
  10. photo Food Labels Must List Common AllergensFood Labels Must List Common AllergensArticle
    derived from the eight major allergenic foods: Milk Eggs Fish Crustacean shellfish (shrimp, crab, lobster) Tree nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans, etc.) Peanuts Wheat Soybeans The Food and DrugRead more

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Wheat allergy

Disease

Wheat allergy is an allergy which typically presents itself as a food allergy, but can also be a contact allergy resulting from occupational exposure to wheat. Like all allergies, wheat allergy involves immunoglobulin E and mast cell response. Typically the allergy is limited to the seed storage proteins of wheat, some reactions are restricted to wheat proteins, while others can react across...More