Staying away from allergens to keep you strong and healthy
Gluten does more harm than you thought
Gluten is a protein complex found in the grains wheat, barley, and rye. A recent review in the New England Journal of Medicine listed fifty-five diseases that can be caused by eating gluten. These include osteoporosis, irritable bowel disease, inflammatory bowel disease, anemia, cancer, fatigue, canker sores, and rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and almost all other autoimmune diseases. Gluten is also linked to psychiatric and neurological diseases…More information about allergy warnings!
The term “Gluten-free” offers enormous business opportunities
Taking the United States as an example, people with medical needs and are required to avoid eating gluten account for 10% of the population. However, the survey shows that around 30% of Americans are actively attempting to avoid gluten in their diet. The data also indicates that the global retail sales of gluten-free foods have been growing year by year…More information about global gluten-free market trends.
In addition to allergies caused by gluten, there are many other allergens found in our environment that may cause allergic reactions and affect our health. Except for polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega-3, vitamin C, vitamin E, other nutrients, and probiotics that are commonly used to help with allergies, the recent studies show that β-GdAP, resveratrol, and other newly introduced nutrients can also help support our immune system…More information to explore these ingredients.
Four steps to keep allergies away and give you complete immune support
Nowadays, food allergies are becoming even more common. Wel-Bloom especially developed 4 steps to help you relieve allergic symptoms such as itchiness and runny nose. The first step is to fight against the risk factors for allergies. With our Japanese patented herbal extract and yeast, along with other strictly selected and high-quality patented ingredients, this exclusive formula can help boost your immune system effectively and give you complete immune support.
What’s Behind the Gluten-Free Trend?
Estimated retail sales value of gluten-free products worldwide from 2012 to 2020