The cold winter months can actually increase allergic symptoms in some people, spelling months of misery. Summer allergies are often spotted and tackled early by sufferers. Winter allergies however are less well-known, and are often mistaken for colds or flu, meaning that they are not dealt with effectively.
For those who suffer during the [...]
Probiotics, or ‘friendly bacteria’, are live microorganisms, which when consumed in adequate amounts, are thought to confer health benefits on the human body. Taking a daily probiotic supplement could not only help with your digestion, but could also spark off other feel-good factors, such as good skin health, immunity and wellbeing.
Digestion Probiotics are [...]
A recent Australian study provides the first human data showing the benefits of very early postnatal fish oil supplementation in children (1).
The randomised controlled trial, led by Susan Prescott, investigated the effects of fish oil supplements on 420 infants from birth to six months of age. It found that supplementation significantly lowered the [...]
Seasonal allergies affect millions of people in the UK each year with aggravating symptoms such as sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, running nose and itchy skin. These hay fever symptoms are the result of the immune system’s reaction to harmless pollen particles in the same way it would respond to harmful antigens. In this [...]
If you’ve not had the chance to see them already, this blog is all about our fantastic new range of juicers, blenders and kitchen appliances from Tribest and some delicious and nutritious healthy smoothie recipes that you can try making at home.
See our new range of Tribest kitchen appliances – making healthy [...]
Do you have a health issue getting you down that Doctor’s just can’t seem to help with? Do you not feel quite as well as you should? According to Allergy UK as many as 45% of people in the UK suffer from a food intolerance (1), many of which lead to varying symptoms that [...]
Previous research has shown a possible link between low vitamin D levels and allergy and now a new study (1) involving over 3,000 children has found that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased likelihood that children will develop allergies.
The researchers (1) looked at the blood serum vitamin D levels of [...]
Previous evidence has suggested that probiotics (‘friendly’ gut bacteria) given to pregnant women at risk of having children with atopic dermatitis (a type of eczema), and then their infants, seems to reduce the incidence of eczema in the children. A recently published study in the British Journal of Dermatology (1) took place to examine [...]
According to Professor Markku Mäki, head of a research project in the Academy of Finland’s Research Programme on Nutrition, Food and Health (ELVIRA), the occurrence of gluten intolerance in the Finnish population has doubled in the past 20 years (1). Although this study took place in Finland it is relevant to look at since [...]
This week is national Food allergy and Intolerance week – for more information about this campaign week please visit the Allergy UK website. “Allergy UK is a national medical charity established to represent the views and needs of people with allergy, food intolerance and chemical sensitivity”
Allergy UK say: “Too often allergy or intolerance sufferers [...]