There are two categories of food allergies. The first category of foods that can cause allergic reactions include common foods, food additives, and genetically modified foods. Information on the many different food allergies and what products to avoid can be found here. Food allergens listed include wheat, corn, soy, dairy and the nightshade family, which includes eggplant and tomatoes. Click on each title to learn more.
Common Food Allergies (Grains, Eggs, Dairy)
MSG or Monosodium Glutamate Additive
How to Avoid MSG
Pain Causing Foods (Nightshade Family)
Genetically Modified Food
The Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods
National "No To GMO" Movement
PPA or Phenylpropanoline
The second category of food that can cause an allergic reaction is sugar. This section has information on the Many Names of Sugar, Sugar Substitutes and a Sugar Comparison Chart to make it easier to use sugar substitutes. The dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup, Splenda (sucralose) and Nutrasweet (Amino-Sweet or Aspartame) are also covered here. There is also an article summarizing the dangers of artificial sugars.
Names of Sugar
Sugar Comparison Chart
Sugar as High Fructose Corn Syrup
High Mercury Corn Syrup
Aspartame (Nutrasweet or Aminosweet)
What About Splenda (Sucralose)
The Truth About "natural" Sweeteners
Call (734) 664-0339 to schedule a no charge consultation to see if you might have any of these food allergies. Additional testing through saliva and hair analysis is available which can reveal specific allergy sensitivies.