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Beef Intolerance Explained

Beef Intolerance Explained

In the US, consumers spend millions of pounds on red meat a year, especially on beef. In 2022 alone, beef production in the United States is a whopping 27.17 billion pounds {1}. Meat is a common protein in most people's diets except for vegetarians, vegans, and...

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Allium Allergy Guide

Allium Allergy Guide

Alliums are a core ingredient in most households. Whether it’s dinner or lunch, you’re likely to use alliums in your curry, stir fry, and even salads. Most plants in the allium family are onion-like (to put things into perspective). These plants and species include...

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Egg Sensitivity Guide

Egg Sensitivity Guide

Eggs are a part of many meals we consume, including desserts and savory meals. They’re a delightful addition to your breakfast menu but can also be bothersome when you have egg sensitivity. Egg sensitivity is a non-life-threatening adverse reaction to egg yolks, egg...

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Foods To Avoid With IBS

Foods To Avoid With IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that includes a group of symptoms affecting the large intestines. Even though the symptoms aren't life-threatening, the condition is a chronic condition that you'll need to manage long-term. Most IBS symptoms center...

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Garlic Intolerance: Signs and Symptoms

Garlic Intolerance: Signs and Symptoms

Garlic is a prevalent ingredient used in food all around the world. It has anti-inflammatory properties. Even though garlic is common in foods, most people with garlic intolerance tend to stay with the problem for long without knowing exactly what's affecting them...

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Wheat Intolerance: What You Need To Know

Wheat Intolerance: What You Need To Know

Wheat is a common ingredient in most of the foods we consume daily. Even though wheat intolerance isn't as alarming or severe as wheat allergy, if left untreated it can cause lots of problems to your gastrointestinal tract. Avoiding wheat can be difficult at first...

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Soy Intolerance Vs. Allergy

Soy Intolerance Vs. Allergy

Often, soy allergy begins in infancy. Some children outgrow their allergies and intolerance in their teenage years, while some aren’t as lucky. Having a soy allergy or intolerance means avoiding soy foods, which can be a bit difficult as soy is an ingredient in meats,...

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Oat Allergy Guide

Oat Allergy Guide

Oats are a great, healthy breakfast choice found in oatmeal and cereal. Most people choose to eat oats for breakfast because of the quantity of fiber. These gluten-free whole grains are also full of antioxidants, minerals, fiber, and vitamins. Despite the many health...

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Sugar Allergy Guide

Sugar Allergy Guide

If you have a sweet tooth, you know how much delight comes with consuming anything that contains the sweetness brought about by sugar. Even though uncommon, some people experience bad reactions upon consuming any foods that contain sugar, whether natural or added....

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