Oils | Allergy


by Allergy Guy

This section covers oils of all types, how they affect allergies and how they affect health.

Oils are probably the most misunderstood food in our diet.

While many people eat too much unhealthy fat, they are actually starving themselves of healthy and necessary oils.

What’s the difference?

Processed fats and oils, especially hydrogenated and trans-fats, are extremely unhealthy.

Meanwhile, we need healthy oils, such as omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 as a basic requirement of life.

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1 Sue March 8, 2010 at 13:36

Yeast in food

Could someone tell me if there is yeast in butter, margerine, and milk, please.


2 marek February 23, 2010 at 11:28

Omega 3 oils, Coconut oil and allergy

These two oils are essentials for people dealing with allergic symptoms. Allergy is, by nature, an inflammatory condition and the omega 3 oils (found in flaxseed and oily fish) convert in the body into a substance called series 3 prostaglandins, which exert an anti-inflammatory effect at every cell all over the body. Coconut oil, meanwhile, has strong anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties which can reduce the load on an overworked immune system and, used with probiotics, can improve conditions in the digestive tract (this is where most food intolerance begins).


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