Food allergies occur when the immune system identifies some kind of food as foreign or harmful. The human immune system activates cells that produce antibodies – immunoglobulin. It is antibodies that contribute to the production of histamine, which causes abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting. Most often, food allergy occurs when eating fish and crustaceans such as clams, shrimps, lobsters, crabs, as well as eating nuts like walnuts, hazelnuts, eggs, strawberries. Any product can cause food allergies. Colon hydrotherapy in Glasgow helps to cope with allergies. During the procedure, the harmful allergen is excreted along with the remaining harmful substances.
More than 50% of the immune system is associated with the digestive tract, which is why it is vital that the digestive tract functions correctly. Sometimes flatulence, indigestion, belching and other problems with the digestive tract can occur due to hidden food allergies. Such “unknown” allergies, without proper treatment, can cause inflammation in the body, and can also disrupt the immune system. Therefore, you should be tested for food allergens in cases of problems with the gastrointestinal tract. Colon hydrotherapy in Glasgow helps to normalise digestion and reduce the risk of allergies.
Food allergens cause irritation of the intestinal mucosa, which leads to disorders of the digestive system. First of all, allergens reduce the body’s ability to absorb nutrients that come from food. Therefore, it is critical to feed the body as it should in the treatment of allergies, and consequently, you need to adjust the functioning of the intestinal tract.
Also, undigested food residues can leak through the intestinal walls into the bloodstream. As a result, serious problems begin with the immune system. Undigested food remains are perceived by the immune system as alien organisms. Therefore, a protective order of antibody production is launched, which leads to symptoms of the body intoxication. Colon hydrotherapy in Glasgow will help avoid similar results by ridding the body of substances dangerous to it and preventing them from being absorbed through the intestinal walls into the blood.
The digestive tract begins with the oral cavity. The movement of food through the human body starts precisely through the mouth, then passes through the stomach, then through the small and large intestines. Immunological and mechanical barriers are established in the human body, which develops from birth and protects the human body. Many food allergens overcome these barriers, but the body’s defence system runs, so allergy symptoms appear.