This is the first single source to address the nutrition specialist's significant role in the treatment and prevention of food allergies and adverse reactions. It is filled with up-to-date information on resear ch and practice with easy-to-understand charts and tables.
Allergies can be very unpleasant especially at seasonal times like spring and summer or in general circumstances like pets, food and chemical products. So, this book is designed to help you relieve any symptoms of your allergies with the help of essential oils to naturally relieve irritation and discomfort. Each recipe provided in this book will explain the unique and beneficial use of treatment for the allergy. Since essential oils are made from plant extract they are the easiest and safest way to combat various types of allergies. Also, when you use essential oils to treat allergies you will get instant relief without the worry of side effects unlike prescription medication. This book provides essential rules and basic information on aromatherapy for allergies, as well as other uses for essential oils. The main issues covered in this book include; the types of oils to avoid when treating your allergies, precautions and dangers concerning the use of essential oils on allergies, importance of pure essential oils, the types of oils suitable for different types of allergies, application techniques and methods of use for essential oils and 30 practical recipes to deal with the most common problems when using essential oils.
Food makes philosophers of us all. Death does the same . . . but death comes only once . . . and choices about food come many times each day. In The Ethics of Food, Gregory E. Pence brings together a collection of voices who share the view that the ethics of genetically modified food is among the most pressing societal questions of our time. This comprehensive collection addresses a broad range of subjects, including the meaning of food, moral analyses of vegetarianism and starvation, the safety and environmental risks of genetically modified food, issues of global food politics and the food industry, and the relationships among food, evolution, and human history. Will genetically modified food feed the poor or destroy the environment? Is it a threat to our health? Is the assumed healthfulness of organic food a myth or a reality? The answers to these and other questions are engagingly pursued in this substantive collection, the first of its kind to address the broad range of philosophical, sociological, political, scientific, and technological issues surrounding the ethics of food.
Allergy symptoms can affect all aspects of a childs day-to-day life, including their health and wellbeing, education and social activities. But this doesnt have to be the case. This easy-to-read guide will help you understand childhood allergies so that you can keep your child safe and well. Its packed with advice on preventing allergies and managing the symptoms, and will help to ensure that your child grows up to be confident and independent. From spotting the symptoms and getting a diagnosis to dealing with medical emergencies and working with your childs school, this guide takes a positive and practical approach to living with allergies. Whether you suspect your child has allergies, have just received a diagnosis, or are a parent or teacher wanting to know more, this essential guide will arm you with all the facts you need to make sense of the allergy maze.
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