By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
Is it possible that the foods you are eating may be causing you breathing difficulties? Unfortunately, the answer is Yes. Breathing difficulties could be a result of a delayed food allergy or intolerance. Most people know if they have food allergies because of a severe experience with turning blue, not being able to breathe, tongue swelling and developing hives or itching. Most people do not realize that delayed food allergies can be causing breathing challenges. Delayed food allergies are actually food intolerance’s or sensitivities and they are harder to detect because, their symptoms may not don’t show up hours or even a few days after the trigger food is eaten. Therefore, it is easy to continue to eat foods that are causing breathing issues without realizing they are a problem food for you. So how in the world, are you going to find out what foods are bothering you? Well, that’s the easy part! All you have to do is take a test that checks for immediate AND delayed food allergies. You do not have to make a doctor’s appointment or write a food journal; all you have to do is order one of our test kits and we will help you out.
Foods like strawberries or peanuts can cause hives or swelling for some people, but for others it may cause nasal congestion. Asthma symptoms can also come from food allergies. Some of the more common foods that can cause asthma symptoms are milk, fish, wheat, peanuts, soy and eggs. But we have seen food like lettuce, mustard, banana and even chicken show up positive on test results. Everyone is different and has different results and food allergies. If you have been suffering from breathing difficulties such as stuffy nose, shortness of breath, sinus congestion, a stuffy nose or even a heavy chest, then this could be from food allergies too. Why keep on suffering from these annoying symptoms when our food allergy test kits can help you identify exactly which foods you need to avoid?
If you have been experiencing any of these breathing difficulties, do yourself a favor and order one of our test kits for food allergies today!
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Medical disclaimer: Test kits for food allergies and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.