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What is Allergy?
Immediate and Delayed
Type IgE Allergy
Airborne Allergy
Ear Nose & Throat
Drug Allergy
Anaphylaxis
Allergic Diseases
Asthma
Immunology
Allergy Diagnosis and Tests

Food Related Allergy

Food Allergy in Children
Delayed Hypersensitivity
Sick all Over
GIT Permeability & Antigen Entry
Type III Pattern
Inflammation

Books to Read

Managing Food Allergy
Feeding Children
Immunology Notes
Air and Breathing
Food Allergy Abstracts

Allergy and Hypersensitivity - Immune Mediated Diseases

This website was developed for a reader who wants to learn more about immune mediated disease. We use the term Allergy according to the original definition included all immune mediated disease. There are different types of allergy. The immediate or type 1 hypersensitivity is easily recognized because it involves quick and dramatic symptoms. Common problems obviously related to immediate patterns of allergy include hay fever, asthma, rhinitis, otitis media, atopic dermatitis, urticaria, and anaphylaxis. Hay fever is the most common expression of type 1 allergy and is a prototype of immediate hypersensitivity. Hay fever is a reaction to airborne plant pollens in the eyes, nose and throat. Allergy tests are positive to the allergenic pollens, antihistamines help and allergy shots can reduce the reactivity over time. Delayed patterns of allergy are not so obvious and generally go unrecognized. Allergy skin tests do not show this problem nor do IgE serum antibody tests

Listen to an Overview of Hypersensitivity Diseases

How to Use the Allergy Center

Begin with the Introduction to Allergy that provides essential knowledge.

There are at least two kinds of allergies the immediate and the delayed patterns. To understand the distinction better, click on the section that compares and contrasts Patterns of Allergic Response.

If you are interested in Airborne Allergy, go to that section to learn more about hay fever and asthma.
Learn more about Ear, nose and throat symptoms.

If you are interested in Food Allergy, then click on the section devoted to that complicated and fascinating subject.

Allergic reactions to drugs resemble food allergy more than inhalant allergy. Click on hay fever, asthma, rhinitis, otitis media, atopic dermatitis, urticaria, and anaphylaxis for more information.

The list of allergic disorders is very long. To learn more about conditions disorders and diseases that have an immune basis go to all discussions of
Allergic Disorders and Diseases

Immunology is a complicated subject that grows more dense and interesting every day. Most MDs will have a rudimentary knowledge of immunology and even the experts tend to specialize in one specific area because the field is so vast. It is possible for a smart reader to learn some basic concepts that make the subject somewhat comprehensible. Our emphasis is in providing information that's useful for self-management and for making decisions about your treatment options. Go to Immunology Notes.

The section on Diagnosis and Tests will steer the reader away from tests that look quick and easy but are invalid. The diagnosis of food allergy is the biggest, unsolved challenge. Physicians often default in the diagnosis and treatment of food-related illnesses and non-medical practitioners have launched careers in the food and chemical "sensitivity" business, using diverse and sometimes bizarre method of diagnosis and treatment.

Case Histories were chosen to illustrate the multisystem presentation of chronic, delayed patterns of food allergy.

Several Books in the Alpha Nutrition Health Education Series provide more detailed examination of specify problems such as skin and gastrointestinal disorders and celiac disease.

Hypoallergenic Nutrient Formulas

Alpha Nutrition Formulas are hypoallergenic; they are gluten free and do not contain cows milk, soya, or egg ingredients. They do not contain food dyes or other additives. They are suitable for vegetarians.

Topics to Read Online

Hay Fever
Eczema
Hives
Asthma
Anaphylaxis
Otitis Media
Drug Allergy
Celiac Disease
Asthma
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Inflammatory Arthritis
Psoriasis
Fibromyalgia
Chronic Fatigue
Sick All Over
Allergy and the Brain
Nose Problems
Otitis Media
Coughs and Colds
Asthma
Respiratory Tract and Food
Bladder & Kidney Problems
Digestive Problems
Headaches
Leg Pains
Arthritis
Tonsils & Lymph Nodes
Eczema & Hives
Depression
Food Allergy and ADHD

The Allergy Center is devoted to explaining a complicated subject. We offer rich resource online and encourage our readers to further pursue their interest by reading our books. Managing Food Allergy described in detail this import topic with discussions of chronic ill-defined diseases, autoimmune diseases and gluten allergy. The book, Gluten Problems and Solutions describes the best know pattern of food allergy triggered by the proteins in cereal grains. The book, Air and Breathing discusses airborne and food allergy as causes of respiratory disease. Immunology Notes explains in more detail how the immune system works and how immune mediated diseases develop. Many Alpha Education books refer to the Alpha Nutrition Program, a standard method of diet revision originally designed to solve the problems of food allergy. Starter Packs bundle the Alpha Nutrition Program, other books and formulas to help you get started solving your medical problems.

Alpha Education printed books, Alpha Nutrition formulas and Starter packs are ordered at Alpha Online. Click the Add to Cart buttons to order printed books. Physical shipments by the Post Office to all destinations in Canada and USA. Click the Download Now buttons to order eBooks.

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Feeding Children
Human Brain in Health and Disease
Managing Food Allergy
Food & Digestive Disorders
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Heart and Arterial Disease
Immunology Notes
Managing Inflammatory Arthritis
Nutrition Notes
Skin in Health and Disease

Alpha Nutrition Formulas are gluten free and do not contain cows milk, soya, or egg ingredients. They do not contain food dyes or other additives. They are suitable for vegetarians. Alpha Nutrition is a registered trademark and a division of Environmed Research Inc., Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada. In business since 1984. Online since 1995.

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