Food Allergies

Is what you are eating giving you nasty side effects? Besides putting on weight, of course šŸ˜‰

According to the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, 1 in 20 children and about 2 in 100 adults are allergic to some type of food. The most common foods that cause allergic reactions include: peanuts, eggs, cow’s milk, and shellfish.


An allergic reaction could be in the form of hives, swelling of the lips/eyes/face, vomiting, or wheezing. However, sometimes less obvious symptoms can occur, like reflux, eczema, and chronic diarrhoea.

If you suspect an allergy in yourself or your child, it’s important to seek medical advice to identify the possible causes.


What we put in our bodies is so important that we can’t neglect this area of lifeĀ – nutrition – when looking to get fit and healthy. Prevention is better than cure. A good Clinical Nutritionist, Naturopath, orĀ Dietitian could make all the difference to your fitness journey. Contact us to get a referral today.



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