Food Intolerance & Allergy

Intolerance & Enzyme Link

By | 18/10/2021

By: Dr. Mamadou Food intolerance can be defined as the body’s inability to accept a particular food or some of its molecules. This inability to accept the food is expressed by adverse physio-biochemical reactions. Some of the reactions include vomiting, diarrhea, flatulence, bloating, intestinal imbalance, dysbiosis, and inflammatory conditions. Intolerance may present as malabsorption, loss of nutrients, weakness, fatigue, and increased susceptibility to disease. However, in most cases, when there […]


Hyper-sensitized Industrial Nations

By | 07/06/2017
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In the industrialized world, nations such as the UK, the USA and those of Northern Europe are experiencing an epidemic of chronic inflammation-related disease that include allergies, autoimmunity, digestive diseases, and neuropsychiatric disorders. The incidence of conditions such as allergies (atopy), asthma, autism as well as autoimmune or chronic inflammatory diseases, such as Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, diabetes (Type 1) and multiple sclerosis has increased almost exponentially over the past several […]


Allergies Unravelled: Clinical Insights & Complex Case Studies

By Tanya Kwiez Circosta | 19/07/2016

Are you missing something in your hard to treat allergy and sinus patients? With an increasing prevalence of unresponsive and chronic cases presenting in clinic, is it time we reconsidered current treatment approaches and adapt to emerging clinical trends? I’ll be sharing clinical insights and approaches of going “beyond” the presenting symptoms of an illness to discover both “why” a problem has occurred and “why” the body has not been […]

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