How to Work Around Food Allergies

If you notice that you get rashes or have swelling when eating certain foods, then you definitely have a food allergy. Our southwest Houston medical clinic is here to help you discover what your food allergies are so that you can live a healthy life.

In some cases, food allergies can be fatal, but more often than not, it simply causes swelling, rashes, or stomach problems. Regardless of the severity, it is best to avoid these types of foods.

At our family medical clinic, we are able to discover the source of allergic reactions. These allergens are quite common and have continued to be more common as the years go by, according to FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education).

The best method to discovering these allergens is via blood test. Our medical doctor will conduct a thorough evaluation of your health situation. This will include a list of questions, including questions about your symptoms. Often, our doctor can deduce what the cause of the symptoms is, but we always conduct a blood test to eliminate any questions.

A blood test will enable us to pinpoint specific allergens. The most common food allergens are the following:

FIND OUT AND WORK AROUND

Our doctor will inform you of what your allergens are so that you can avoid them. We recommend adjusting your diet according to what your allergens are. If you are allergic to milk, then choose soy or almond milk. If you are allergic to wheat or gluten, there have been huge strides made to help create a good gluten-free diet.

There are plenty of online diet plans and recipes available to help with you plan your future diet. Quite often, these help increase the health benefits of the individual.

DISCOVER YOUR FOOD ALLERGIES TODAY

If you are possibly suffering from food allergies, then contact our medical clinic in southwest Houston, close to Sugar Land. Our medical staff is ready to help you live a healthier life, free of food allergies.

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