[Facts] In Europe, 80 million people are allergic. In certain areas of African, Asia, and America, for instance, more than 90% of the population is intolerant to lactose. Worldwide, 300 million people are suffering from asthma. In Finland for instance, 9% of the adults are asthmatic, 15 to 20% have eczema, and 30% have an allergic flu. In the USA, 4% of the overall population and 6% of the children are asthmatic, 4% (12 million people) suffer from food allergy and 11% (37 million people) from allergic sinusitis.
[Symptoms] Common symptoms for food allergy are nausea, cramps, bloating, gas, diarrhea, difficulty breathing/asthma, itching, eczema, frequent colds, bronchitis, sinusitis, ear infections, sneezing, red eyes, dizziness, headaches. A food allergy might start as an eczema and turn into an asthma, a hayfever or a sinusitis after a couple of years, or even an acne. The food allergy rarely ‘disappears’, it mutates.