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Food allergies are on the rise. In the last ten to fifteen years, there has been approximately a five-fold increase in adverse reactions to foods such as nuts, fish, cereals, milk, eggs and – increasingly – raw fruits and vegetables. Estimates suggest up to 3% of adults and up to 6% of children now have food allergies. Living with Food Allergies aims to support people with food allergies and parents of children with food allergies, equipping them to cope with everything from the day-to-day practicalities of dealing with the condition, to the longer-term implications of allergic illness triggered by food. Topics covered include: * What food allergies are and why they occur; * Reaction management and medication; * Food safety, diet and nutrition; * Practical issues – home life, employment, education and travel; * Coping emotionally and psychologically; * Allergy prevention and long-term health; * Food allergies in infants and children; * Tests, diagnoses and treatments; * Non-allergic food intolerances and coeliac disease; There is also a comprehensive resources section, filled with useful websites, support organisations, producers, allergy bodies, and much more. Food allergy can cause great misery, but the good news is that informed and careful self-management can keep you or your child in optimal mental and physical shape.Learn More
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Ageing is a natural process which can be enhanced under certain conditions like stress, pollution, over exhaustion etc. In today’s busy lifestyle, there is very little time to rejuvenate ourselves. Keeping this in mind, the authors have proposed some healthy blends to vitalise one’s youth and promote health multi-dimensionally - physically, mentally and emotionally. These proposed blends have been designed with the help of orthomolecular science & suggested to replace TEA, their basic qualities being categorised as T-Therapeutic, E-energising and A-anti-oxidantrich.Learn More
Discover a simpler, more natural way of life. Pour your self a cup of Chammomile tea, find a quiet corner, and browse through the wealth of natural remedies, house-hold tips, and beauty secrets presented in this tried and true guidebook. Now updated and expanded, Jude’s Herbal Home Remedies offers more than 800 treatments, tinctures, tonics, and teas, using many easy-to-find herbs, as well as a comprehensive herbal index with over 200 illustrations.Learn More
There is a growing realization around the world that going away from Nature is in fact running away from good health. While 'hack to nature' is good as a health message, the real challenge lies in its practice-as there is always a big gap between knowledge and behavior, between awareness and action, between attitude and practice. This book familiarizes the readers with the range of holistic health care and alternative therapies, skills and practices in whitch Naturopathy plays a pivotal role. It shows how simple and inexpensive lifestyle changes could safeguard us against a plethora of healLearn More
Honey as a word may sound singular though it actually encompasses several products with similar properties as well as subtle differences. The book Honey brings out the various aspects and types of honeys and enlightens the readers on the classification of this wonderful natural product. This book should serve as a useful handbook on Honey as virtually every aspect of this product has been covered exhaustively in brief and lucid language. As someone working with food for several decades, I enjoyed the recipes and would have enjoyed reading and trying out more of them. However, good cooks can always make use of the information contained in this book, to innovate and produce more recipes with honey – in particular, by using the variations in flavors of the different types of Honey to obtain the taste and aroma they desire in the end product. To put it briefly this is a “honey” of a book!Learn More