Disease and nutrition

Allergy

Nutrition controls an important part of your life. Choosing a healthy alternative is often easy.
Below is an overview of linked power supplies.
This list is automatically generated and sorted according to the symptom finder data.

1

Allergy

Food sources

  1. Eating Grapes
  2. Turmeric
  3. Evening Primrose Oil
  4. Propolis (bees)
  5. Gamma linolenic acid (GLA)
  6. MSM
  7. Cherries
  8. Nettle Tea Drinking
  9. No dairy
  10. Regular eating Pineapple
  11. Sauerkraut
  12. Benifoeki tea (benifuki)
  13. Breastfeeding
  14. Omega-3   
  15. No egg-food products
  16. Mediterranean diet
  17. Avoid eating cocoa (solids)
  18. Diet (gluten)
  19. Magnesium-rich foods
  20. Restrict soy intake at a young age
  21. Pine Bark Extract
  22. Vitamin B6   
  23. No contact with kiwi
  24. Gluten free breakfast
  25. Raw honey from beekeeper from the region
  26. Hypoallergenic diet during the first years
  27. No peanut products
  28. Bee pollen powder
  29. Eating bananas
  30. More often but small meals
  31. Do not drink cow's milk
  32. At a young age limit egg products
  33. Horse radish
  34. Ephedra
  35. Avoiding coffee
  36. Do not eat kiwi
  37. Lactase enzyme
  38. No caffeine - caffeine free diet
  39. Curcuma + black pepper
  40. Do not eat peanuts
  41. Avoiding on herbs
  42. Gluten-free beverage
  43. Diet (lactose free)
  44. Calcium   
  45. Limit intake of chocolate
  46. OPC grape seed extract
  47. Nettle
  48. Regular fresh drinking rainwater
  49. Buckwheat
  50. Eating isopods
  51. No supplementary feeding
  52. Eating gluten-degrading enzyme
  53. Gluten-free dinner
  54. No Grapes
  55. Extra vitamin
  56. Lactobacilli - probiotics
  57. Possible allergic to substances in chocolate
  58. Maté
  59. Cassava
  60. Tropical fruits avoid
  61. Flavonoids (blueberries, blackberries, etc.)
  62. Zinc   
  63. Not eating wheat
  64. Eating yogurt
  65. Gluten-free snacks
  66. Diet
  67. Freeze-dried nettle
  68. Nettle Tea Drinking
  69. Not eating chocolate
  70. Cats claw
  71. Mullein
  72. Latex Materials to avoid
  73. Histamine-restricted diet
  74. Quinoa
  75. Sorghum
  76. No honey
  77. Eating Onions
  78. Gluten-free lunch
  79. Butterbur
  80. Vitamin D   
  81. Magnesium   
  82. Vitamin C   
  83. Bee pollen
  84. Vitamin A (retinol)   
  85. Hemp seed oil
  86. Quercetin
  87. Omega-6   
  88. Eating fish at a young age
  89. Apple Cider Vinegar
  90. Honey
  91. Vitamin E   
  92. Drinking hydrogen (H2)
  93. Zinkcarnosine
  94. black seed oil
  95. Ensuring good gut health
  96. Ginger
  97. Vitamin K  
  98. Consequence of aluminum intake
  99. Panax ginseng
  100. Fosfatidylcholine
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2

Gluten intolerance (celiac disease)

Food sources

  1. Vitamin C   
  2. Extra vitamin
  3. Diet (gluten)
  4. More often but small meals
  5. Eating gluten-degrading enzyme
  6. Quinoa
  7. Gluten-free snacks
  8. Omega-3   
  9. Ginger
  10. Cassava
  11. Gluten-free beverage
  12. Vitamin B6   
  13. Gluten-free dinner
  14. Calcium   
  15. Flavonoids (blueberries, blackberries, etc.)
  16. Buckwheat
  17. Gluten-free lunch
  18. Sorghum
  19. Vitamin A (retinol)   
  20. Gluten free breakfast
  21. Vitamin D   
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3

Hay fever (pollinosis, allergic to pollen)

Food sources

  1. Regular fresh drinking rainwater
  2. Horse radish
  3. Turmeric
  4. Eating isopods
  5. Flavonoids (blueberries, blackberries, etc.)
  6. Lactobacilli - probiotics
  7. No honey
  8. Nettle Tea Drinking
  9. Quercetin
  10. Spirulina
  11. Nettle Tea Drinking
  12. Eating Onions
  13. Bee pollen powder
  14. OPC grape seed extract
  15. Zinc   
  16. Mullein
  17. Magnesium-rich foods
  18. Ephedra
  19. Raw honey from beekeeper from the region
  20. Nettle
  21. Mediterranean diet
  22. Benifoeki tea (benifuki)
  23. Curcuma + black pepper
  24. Pine Bark Extract
  25. Propolis (bees)
  26. Maté
  27. Bee pollen
  28. Cats claw
  29. Magnesium   
  30. Vitamin C   
  31. Horse
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4

Histamine allergy

Food sources

  1. Histamine-restricted diet
  2. Eating Grapes
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5

Food allergy

Food sources

  1. Hypoallergenic diet during the first years
  2. No dairy
  3. No supplementary feeding
  4. Breastfeeding
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6

Lactose intolerance

Food sources

  1. Avoiding coffee
  2. Diet (lactose free)
  3. Diet
  4. Lactase enzyme
  5. No dairy
  6. Eating yogurt
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7

Allergy to eggs

Food sources

  1. At a young age limit egg products
  2. No egg-food products
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8

Allergy to grapes

Food sources

  1. Eating Grapes
  2. No Grapes
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9

Chocolate allergy

Food sources

  1. Limit intake of chocolate
  2. Not eating chocolate
  3. Possible allergic to substances in chocolate
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10

Latex Allergy

Food sources

  1. Tropical fruits avoid
  2. Latex Materials to avoid
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