We all struggle with Hayfever (airborne allergies) in our house and we live in Cape Town, which means during change of season and then generally throughout summer, we suffer badly with allergies because the wind blows continuously.
What causes Hayfever?
Hay fever is a type of allergic reaction. It happens when pollens and other particles in the air get into your nose and eyes and cause inflammation. It usually affects the nose, face, sinus passages, eyes and throat.
Seasonal hay fever (also … Read More
Summer and Holidays for most means more eating out, which under normal circumstances is a lovely thought. However when you have to take food allergies and intolerances into account it can make going on holiday seem like an endless nightmare !!
We did a bit of research and found a few restaurants who claim to be Allergy Friendly. Give them a try and let us know what you think and if you have any that you visit regularly, please drop us a mail and we will gladly add it to our list … Read More
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We are so excited to be working with Disney Healthy Living.
The Festive season is upon us and now more than ever parents are looking for ideas to cut down on sugar!!!
Check out Disney Healthy Living and this great article on how to cut down on sugar.
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Unfortunately “Allergy Season” does not only happen in Spring. We all know what Hayfever Season means but do you really know what is sending your nose into a streaming spiral and your eyes into a watering , make up running catastrophe ?
Pollen is probably the main seasonal allergen that causes the most “Hayfever” reactions but there are other agents can trigger allergic reactions as well. Mold spores, dust, airborne contaminants, dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches, environmental … Read More
When my worst fears were confirmed and I was told that my 12 month old daughter was dairy allergic, Soy Intolerant and border line immune deficient, my research started.
I realised that … Read More
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