Food Allergy Frenzy
Food allergies are on the rise in western civilizations.
Would you recognize the signs and symptoms of a life threatening allergic reaction to food? Would your response save a life?
Food allergies are on the rise in the U.S. and in most western countries.
Date: Thursday, May 25.
From: Rich PLR
A food allergy is an abnormal immune system response to food protein.
A severe allergic response, called anaphylaxis, is a whole-body chemical reaction triggered as an allergic response to food.
Anaphylaxis is an acute, potentially life-threatening symptoms which occur within minutes, or up to a few hours, after exposure to a food substance.
It can be mild, moderate to severe, or severe. Most cases are mild, but any anaphylaxis attack has the potential to become life-threatening.
A food allergy can happen to anyone, but often first presents in children.
In fact, people with severe food allergies don't even need to eat the product. Simply coming in contact with the substance is enough to send some people into a severe alleric response.
Often food allergies result in conditions that aren't life-threatening, but cause extreme discomfort, hives, skin disorders, bloating, brain fog and more.
Learn How to Live With Food Allergies - Without Constant Worry...
Food Allergy Frenzy will help you ...
- Recognize The Symptoms Of A Food Allergy!
- Decide What You Can And Can't Eat!
- Understand The Difference Between Food Intolerance & Food Allergies - They Aren't The Same!
- How To Plan For Travelling With Food Allergies!
It is always important to educate yourself to is safe and what is harmful. Food Allergy Frenzy will help you understand what you can and can't have around you. You need to learn to read and understand food packaging labels.
Everything from shopping for groceries to how to prepare for travel requires a plan. Plus you need to be able to ask the right questions when at the store, in a restaurant or sending your child to school.
Food Allergy Frenzy might just be the most important book you'll ever read.
No matter how much you think you know about food allergies, there is no reason to overlook vital information. This book could save your life or the life of someone you know.