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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"And welcome back to -ality today my name is Alice. Rose and I'm joined by Gordon and I'm Ruth Holroyd and today we're going to be talking about Our Week and we have very exciting special guest exciting for me. Lucie Nicholson who runs Lucy's on a plate in animal side and we chatted about in previous episode of the podcast and she really does have her kitchen under strict control. On the allergist rule. Catered for that. We'll give her a ring in the moment first small. Let's talk about some things that have happened in the news. Recently one. That was very sad. Was the eighteen year old boy who died from eating a burger. It's just so tragic a car. I mean. Every time one of these stories comes up. You just can't believe it's happening in a way and that is to be one after the other doesn't it exactly is is to still happening especially expandable yes. His name was Owen Carey and he went to buy a Burger Byron Burger the O two arena London and he told them about his dairy allergy. Now I must admit if I had a dairy allergy. I wouldn't think to ask when I was buying a burger. So so what happened Ruth. What happened with this story appears that the staff weren't really aware of this either but there was buttermilk on the actual chicken so it didn't look like it has the need milk in it but it was marinated in buttermilk? So own wasn't told that in staff didn't know that the problem with that restaurant is they were going with the verbal communication indication. So if you're looking at that Burger yeah you're right. Looks like it's got no dairy in it. It was cooked in dairy and that then makes it unsafe summer with dairy allergy. And what they're saying. Now the family Nia saying that is not good enough. The verbal communication of the restaurants or of noisy staff turnover is really high and also customers can often be young. So it's just they just have to change how this is done here. So he died fifty five minutes later there were so many arms of his girlfriend is just talk to his heartbreaking. Now did he have an EPI pen. Did he have antihistamine. No he didn't have his with him. Which is another thing which we talk about in other episodes with Dan who is a bit older than young men are quite risk? Because where do they carry their they. They are the ones that leave it behind often. She's one of my bugbears that you have to be carrying them all the time but it must be said. The blame needs breath to lie with with the restaurant. Does it staff training isn't it. And the communication. The the staff were asked the question and they couldn't I answer it so they must have been lacking in some kind of training now. I understand that in fact that they've upped their game. So there's a there's a quote here from Emma Katcher sister who said that Byron who really up their game and they do go above and beyond now as to what the current legislation says and they proactively ask if any body has allergies so they've learned but it took a death to do that. How many more times is this going to happen before something changes and what needs to change? Well I think from what I've learned is the people just need to start taking allergies more seriously it needs to be a higher priority list and cannot take a death breath to change this the Muslim. Yeah true I wonder if when people have reactions with reporters well in my case in most of my energy rations take the case with. Oh and he's left the premises. He's not there if he didn't have a serious reaction if he got better. Would you have gone back to that. Restaurant would just never gone back to Byron with have complained poll story there of what we do have less severe reactions. Still bad they still might put you in hospital. But you haven't died if I'd gone back to a place because I'd had had reaction. I don't think I would have got much engagement. Frankly you can imagine a scenario. Hello I came into your burger shop. Yesterday I felt very over. Twenty for hours cannot speak to the manager and the manager will just write it down somewhere. Yeah exactly nothing will change change. We have to keep reporting these things yes it might. I'd be a pain in the ASS for you to go back to that restaurant. Talk about it when you're actually you find now it's over and done within probably just want to get on with your week but you want to read card that yeah. The responsibility needs to be on on both sides customers. One of the things that I've started doing is reporting restaurants the Food Standards Agency. Especially if I think. There's some learning needs to happen. You report it and the Food Standards Agency will look into it. You don't have to do anything. What do they do when they've got complained? They speak to the local council and and then just as you would with a worry about food poisoning or unclean kitchens or something like that they will investigate and it's it comes under the same remastered environmental health of people. It's not easy to rates. Can you just quote long questionnaire. I've done a couple of times now. You know what they had an APP where you could just report something quickly and easily as this kind of stuff this development funding that hard. But you've got to go look for that and know that you can do it. It's probably any probably know exactly. Not many people probably now and it's probably enough of a barrier isn't it distinct comp. Copy Austin you've lived on if it's not a serious reaction or you haven't had to go to hospital you just move on. You never go back. Go back especially if you have been if you've had experiences in the past where you haven't been taken seriously and people have just gone. Oh sorry about that the point I suppose it's a whole load of ideas in my mind about how we could address this. I think the APP would be terrific. Thing reported APP if it was managed managed a proper way so that you knew that it was going to the environmental agency. They were tracking all these things and then there were some followup. I've had follow up every every time it's quite slick once you've done it you know they need people to know about it and to make it easier to you if you made it an APP. You'd do it while you're in the restaurant not twenty into a new download the full monty intimate exactly and it gives you. It gives the consumer the power back. Because it's like right in. This has happened to you. Higo his real easy way to do something about it without you. Having look. Would all be a cell phone and move honorable position after you ready. So that's appeal to our listeners. To the allergy today. podcast would an APP help you to report. What places to make the world a better place would that be enough to to give you the incentive to do get in touch with us? You know how to do so social media. The HASHTAG is allergy allergy today or you can email us at hello at allergy today dot co Dot. UK That's the one.

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"And welcome back to the allergy today. Podcast it's Alice here. And I'm really delighted to introduce this week's episode which is appropriate uh-huh Bumper juic- few minutes of your time while about forty minutes. I think. Greece and Quentin went to the free from an allergy shampoo which is an absolutely amazing place to find out about. Free from brands. Both established a new ones and to go to workshops about managing anxiety. He living with Celia disease and just lows more. So it's a real gold. My anybody who is living with allergies wants to learn more about how to do that in a safe safe and positive way we will have from some brilliant people amy Allen who is algae stalls on instagram. Tom Kelly from the brilliant brilliant may contain and of course Tanya at La perouse from the amazing Natasha's foundation as well as our own very holroyd. God who is what allergy on her own platform. That I'm Quentin is the host most leading the whole thing. I have to say as well. That one re-conquest Quenton recorded this. They were in the middle of like a massive exhibitions sentences. So you might find it. Just attach outy but that's just the way it. It was absolutely gutted. I couldn't be there myself but I am really delighted. That Rhythm Quinton. We're able to take part in such an important date the calendar for anyone living with allergies and we also shed ten top tips for how to use auto injectors when someone is having a reaction so sit back relax and enjoy. Enjoy this episode of the allergy. Today I'm going to save now. Hello hello everybody. And welcome to the allergy today. Podcast we're live at the allergy and free from show in Liverpool. I'll introduce you to our guests. First of all Amy Allen. Hello I'm I'm a Mama. Three primary schoolteacher and have a successful instagram page called allergy stars where we aim to raise awareness of children with alledges ages. This is all come about because of my daughter has severe peanut and nut challeges and next to you is Dan Kelly. I am done on the founder Behind the Algebra called may contain. So it's drug more aimed at like the eighteen to twenty six euros like thrown open of moving away some really trying to break down that stigma and give young some people speak up about allergy. Always Co two auto jettison next to you is Tanya Edna Peruse my dot says she died from an anaphylactic reaction in two thousand sixteen. We had an inquest last year. which was really publicized and following that? We set up the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. We were really really clear that there's a huge gap in research. Not Enough being done in our is setting in this country not enough sort of from the VHS and we're looking to change that on you've done amazing things so far with the TASHA's law should not be underestimated because that's made a massive difference to all all of us with allergies and we'll continue to do so we'll come back and talk some more and on the end of the line here is my co host Ruth La Quenton. I'm Ruth Holroyd and I blog and the active on instagram. My blog is called. WHAT ALLERGY DOT com? I've had allergies. All My life started for the Penology and I've been on the allergic march ever since collecting new anyone's dairy wheat and soy too many mention so we always joke about this. Because I've got about five allergies. Ruth House twenty-five Allergies Dan. You got just the one. Well I say just the one. It's all no so. Yeah the boy I'll be. I'll be safe and Tanya the the journey you've been through which has been horrific and no parent should have to go through that. Tell me about Natasha's allergies. What she allergic to say? Natasha had a fast anaphylactic. It reaction when she was six months old to banana. Tiny little piece and she had an anaphylactic reaction. We then all-star doctor when she was nine months old is our problem putting on formula and cow's milk and they said no note should be fine so we gave a cow's milk formula. She had another reaction. She tried to sesame seed Stich touch let it blew up so we need. Sesame was a problem and we'll capture away from nuts. We never should have had had that diagnosis. It wasn't offered but we felt it's easier to avoid it than I am says morality. Amy You've got any allergies allergies but so you didn't know anything about allergies until you're does. We were thrust into the world villages three years ago when she had her first reaction to you. Well peanut sauce and it really is. I never had any allergies. I never really experienced. What people with allergies you? Just have to go through and one of the things we've all got in common. Is that when you meet people who don't have allergies. They either. Don't believe you think you're you're fussy or they just don't know what to do so we've all had very different experiences of that Tanya. What what was your experience with Natasha? When you've got a son Alex as well allergic to anything? No no allergies. Yeah so what was your experience with an attache growing up. Yeah it was it. It was really difficult. I mean when she was little just going into people's homes so hard she's got asked Smith from milk proteins in the ass so if somebody pizza the night before four and it was winter so they didn't open the windows. She'd have a huge Asmara. Talk and we'd have to leave home. Say in the beginning I think it was family actually getting family to understand the seriousness because they would help with child care and then when she started school. I mean there are so many stories we could be here for hours. It was really really really difficult as she got older trying to get her friends to understand the severity take because they thought she was exaggerating and she was attention seeking so so she suffered with that quite a bit and then becoming a teenager and wanting to be like everybody else and not being able to be that that was difficult not done. What was your experience when you became a teenager did you? Did you take your allergies less seriously or did you take them more seriously. I think there's something more is order. Become a bit more educated about this aversive allergies on reading a bit more into it and I think me personally I definitely was more. Oh kind of on the ball with make did always carry the jets when on with anything. More confident to be vocal about allergies so is making sure my friends knew what to do for action. So That's interesting is about your friends as well when you've been a big campaign for teaching people how to use auto injectors and so on I think for me. It's always been very important because when I meet someone new off me and new friend or stranger. What people don't know how to administer the all the Austin the gesture? Everyone thinks general. Everyone thinks she stopped the jetsons at the heart because our it's perceived in films so in a lot of these Hollywood films the show show the way to use your jeter so I'm really trying to raise awareness about the correct way to use the art and jeter so essentially it's adrenaline so when you have a severe eh allergic reaction you next swells and you can't breathe so the jets gives you an extra lifeline. Wish you always get to the hospital in time but everyone does.

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

15:20 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"Hello and welcome to another allergy today podcast with me Alice rose as me Ruth Holroyd we're here to share our of these guys they go for you they're just going to cover your stinging and there'd be no to kill people quite that fought when they're on your hand so he's digging inside a tree trunk where there's some honeycomb through my head four go away he's got one thing and that one is going up here Lisa can you pull it off. He gets stung just about the eyebrow an interesting that he coughs there so I wonder if that's the beginning of an anaphylactic thing you can start hearing him struggling in eh and that's why they deliver it but you know one sting for Loda Honey Kane too bad he changed his chain but later about this stuff is actually help from my sting forget and I'm rub that on twitter hunters got really good he's septic and that will help that sting brute of a bee sting this so now his eyes swelled up literally looks like he's been in a boxing match just from one basting of poetry harbored Seattle this I can't see how is out of mass jeff lethal aggressive managing crocs snakes and alligators have dealt with over the years the one that gets me is A. B. Typical so noise pissed off at the end there isn't he he has to have medical treatment t now that he was allergic to bee stings for that not before that reaction done he learned surely he wouldn't have gone in there without any protection of any of this this this business of your not sensitive until the first time that you've had encounter and then after that you become sensitized may have been stung as a child to not much happened scary thing was this if you're not allergic to anything else but then you are allergic to be staying until it happens to you as potentially that could happen in the middle of nowhere as well he's out in India luckily with the film crew and people to help him pretty scary so have you ever been stung by the I've been stung by WASPS and it's incredibly painful but absolutely nothing happens even even a skin precor lump painful but no reaction we've got bees in our roof a natural high that's been there all the time we lived in the house and every year they come back and reinvest every twenty eighth of May on the warm and start to Rian Rehab at the Place de Prompt magic it's amazing to watch is amazing yeah your lovely wife has had a reaction to see st she has been stung couple of times these now had a very bad reaction shen fairly recently she was stung on her head and it took two or three days for the poison to come through the thin skin because there's no flesh to disburse the poison and it was almost like this poison was dripping down took two or three days what did she have treatment for just antihistamine go to any of course she should have adrenaline and so should you also she eve is it really yes lead could be affecting her throat maybe yes you should it can happen quickly yeah mind about having these living in her house then they're quite benign when if you go to know them though you believe the biggest problem is they your car dickey pollens it's yeah it's all over the car well it's sort of mixed with poop discover the car and it's really hard to get off there was also a story a few weeks back of takeaway in Slough that had been prosecuted and the boy had gone in and asked if there was any dairy and they said no that.

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the algae today podcast with me Alice Roast Ruth Holroyd and Quentin Howard and we're here to shower allergies now listeners allergies and you probably don't have allergies or don't understand them just to make you feel at home I've got about five allergies and Ruth you've got about twenty five and I have on that we've we've really have called it covered we also understand what it's like for people who don't have allergies so whether you're a mom looking after a toddler who won't eat or your son thanks Mike Asthma or CEAC you've come to the right place guest today for podcast and that is the GP I'm Stephanie Louis Hello Steph welcome to the allergy today podcast tell us a little bit about yourself your GP and you've learned to deal with allergies yes exactly so I have been working as a GP I don't actually have any allergies myself but my almost two and a half year old daughter she was diagnosed with a few food allergies when she was around five and a half months old so we've kind of been dealing with it since then have to go through the process obviously of guessing it side nosed and just really getting our heads around what it means and the kind of future implications for her as well what she allergic to so she's allergic to dairy eggs sesame and all nuts as well so five and a half months because my daughter's the same age so she's three in December I'm just thinking five is really young to have been diagnosed it's it is pretty young I suppose it's I feel like it's good because I knew from very early on I know that a lot of people struggle with time diagnosis and taking longtime in that can be quite frustrating obviously with that the different types of reactions high one was office despite because she's got immediate the immediate type reaction so we actually figured out that she had judge Some sort of allergy when we were on holiday we were actually in the Maldives like a first family holiday together luckily my husband he's GPC We take a whole suitcase full of medication with and we hadn't started leaning because she was five and a half months and we thought well we'll do that when she gets back but whilst we were there you know she was just grabbing it every think on I think we just didn't look for one second and she'd managed to get some ice cream all around her mouth and we thought Oh okay well she had her first taste of solid food but then within about a few minutes we just need this red rash all around her. mouth kind of spread to her face that kind of typical high type rashly guests all over her body she looked really really uncomfortable but luckily that's as far as her symptoms want to come back to the room we had some Perret on that we'd brought with us gave her that and actually things settled with within about half an hour so we though Oh Gosh clearly there is you know there's something going on here and then went back home I was trying to think of Watson ice cream it's like well it's eggs it's Sterry so I thought well might just be maybe it's egg because also I remembered when she was even younger I dropped a little bit of egg on uh face when I was eating I think every parent has trump's in on their baby's head anyway and she just had like small little patch of Retinas must be egg let's just get on with weaning and let's see how things go try to with baby rice which I think has milk in and she had similar reaction again so then we just though what do we do from now we're kind of trying to start weaning and it was a little bit anxious about what we would be able to give her a give her actually just skipped everything and just booked her in for a private allergy appointment went and got all the testing done probably a couple weeks after and they did the skin prick testing and then showed up that it was all of these and I think that was the shock it was we didn't expect it to be many we thought it was either dairy or egg rather than Oh and it's this and it's this and so that was alarming I think and able to tell at that point and how serious allergies could be or was it just it was probably GonNa be the reds hives yeah I think it was difficult to say I think with the dairy and eggs because we've kind of seen the two reactions that she'd had when she inadvertently or had had those things it was just the rash with the nuts and the sesame actually we still don't know and I think that's the thing when people ask you will what kind of reaction does she have Ishii anaphylactic while I just say luckily yeah luckily luckily we don't I but also at the same time I worry that people think that because we said we're not sure that they won't take it seriously because obviously for reason obviously is life threatening but other types of reactions should still be taken justice seriously so I usually just say yes she's got a couple of EPI pen say you just to take seriously as well so I'm interested in you discover this five and a half yes yes yeah and before that there was nothing that indicated because you were breastfeeding exactly so I was exclusively breastfeeding and I was eating everything in my diet as well my next question was was anything that you're eating affecting or no initiatives only clear that we had was that she had quite early on Exmoor and it was pretty bad it wasn't just a little bit of drives it was I would say so usually mild moderate severe I would say it was the motor end and this was when she was that was a few months old yeah and I think that is only one of the indications something that you should be looking out for when thinking about allergies as well but the interesting thing with how was that and with treatment with appropriate treatment actually everything got better and again you know when you're thinking about allergy you might think that it's usually if things aren't getting any better when you would suspect to a little bit more so we had a clue I suppose I wasn't exactly yeah exactly that was because my husband has had ex-mayor quite badly when he was younger so we just thought oh well that's just so that was the thing that was interesting whether there is a history in either of your families of allergy or x amount so the razor so yes or no food allergies or drug allergies asthma and extra and Hay fever on my husband aw yeah so I kind of this when you were pregnant was there anything that you found different different about the foods you eat can no no yeah a everything have always eaten everything been fine with everything interesting how children are the first time they eat something ready somehow allergic I think the theory with early on Exmoor and allergies it's not necessarily that you've caused them but because there is a breakdown of the skin Barrett's will miss the skin kind of becomes a little bit more leaky so if they are then exposed to something in the air or you've touched or through food and then you touch them that's kind of the first presentation and into the bloodstream and then the body kind of gets a little bit confused and then produces all of these antibodies to and so that's the theory so in general any advices if it's early Ashley get on top of it straightaway and contributed really cleanly not that you'll be up to prevent it but it certainly an evolving thing so here we are five months you've now taken daughter and had all the test you've found this trick test went up hang on your GP about this yeah I know that's the thing I just thought about yeah I think I remember seeing skin prick test being done once maybe medical school in the Matala g clinic but it will suddenly yet very real and very different is always very different being on the other side as well definitely and weaning also you know doing it oh and then the other factor that kind of changed they've made it little bit more complicated was she was she was gaining but she wasn't gaining as much weight as she should have been and and then suddenly you think of all the things that you would try and add to fatten them up like cream and butter or anything like that and everything could think of she couldn't have so I think that was that was another obstacle to try and get over as well and it's all so new as well when you will your first time yes yes and kind of walking everything for the first time so it's not like you've weaned a baby before this new even though you might have known had some knowledge of things before leave you this is all brand new absolutely and I think that's the thing as well just in general it's total it's totally different and kind of a whole new appreciation for things like allergies while in just parenthood is in general and I definitely when I see it nations I think that I look at things in a slightly different way now so we'll though it's been a challenge I hope that actually benefits a lot of I practice now do you see a lot of patients with allergies and EXMOOR experts fairly fairly commonly food allergies again fairly common it's not necessarily a either people already had the diagnosis and they've kind of come in and want to talk about it or it's generally kind of babies in that kind of fast Munson that may be a little bit sickie in a bit uncomfortable and it's really trying to unpick whether they actually have allergies because I think say many people have kind of gone differing opinions of allergy and it's really easy for someone to say oh well is probably analogy so you should cut this out and trying to exclude this which can helpful sometimes but I think it's always trying to sit down and go through the history really really thoroughly because to just immediately exclude such a big room for example like even for the mom if she's breastfeeding I think has got quite a big implication so just trying to unpick things I think that's that's the difficulty sometimes with the diagnosis thoughts and once you've kind of got the diagnosis actually at least you feel like I can kind of do x. y. and said now but before if you're not quite sure be quite confusing I think for a lot of parents I remember my daughter has reaction to ekg when she was quite low as well and it was quite cheesed hives and oh she can eat normally and not really confuses me so how does that work so she wore she allergic and now.

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"The hello and welcome to another allergy today podcast with me. Alice Rose Ruth Holroyd and Quentin Howard and we are here to shaw or allergies and unless Nolte's and intolerances with everyone who survives and Co ops in this world that we are allergic to you name it. We've probably got it in terms of allergies ruth. How many of you got twenty four? You can't all of the nickel industry to life threatening one. I can't compete without no now. Five I think you is we do also know what it's like to not Hannity's because I don't have any allergies so I'm providing counterbalance here to share our experiences and talk about the developments in the allergy world and kind of normalize living with allergies for people who've got allergies and for people who don't into holidays exactly and our mission is to make holidays understandable and acceptable and especially if you look after someone with allergies which we're GonNa talk a little bit about today as well alike and share on social media with our hashtags which are allergy today on twitter and instagram and then algae today U K on facebook it just to mix things up. Let's get a real compensation go. We're going to talk today about peanuts. Peanut love peanut butter Sir sorry sisters. She can't even be in the same room as a peanut peanut. Butter and banana was not the thing that he believes that but honest peanut what's with some strawberries on top so good and we're gonNA talk about CEAC diseases well which air can't spell it. Let me and every time I saying I questioned myself actually Haza no but it's it's an intolerance to well. It's more of an immune disorder sauter so we're going to be talking to Lorna Gardner from CPAC. UK and she'll explain what CEAC disease is. I'm probably spell it for us and Rebecca Smith is coming on yes. Sir Daughter Has Celia disease so we'll get a bit of an insight into what is like actually living with somebody who has to contend with that and Rebecca writes a blog with a wonderful name. Yes sleeves aroma to Rome. That's GonNa say it and we're also going to talk about how our parents coped with our allergies when we were growing up in your case Alice because you don't have allergies but your family there are allergies so I'm interested in how you observed your sister being dealt with by your parents for allergies. MOM also has algae so I guess she's got first-hand. She does kicked in later on once. We kind of teenage it just sort of showed up. It's quite common but first of all. I'm going to take you to task because we're here it allergy today towers in beautiful downtown stream where Alice has made some lunch for us us for the first time. I must say I have been the worst heist ever. You've made us coffee. I have my coffee. I literally have provided nothing. We spoke yesterday did it. We sort of said shall we bring. I said no no no. I'm going aim to make lunch so we trusted you. I know but we haven't seen what she's and I do have to confess. I have brought something. I've actually cloud that you have because who knows what's going to happen. Frankly in the kitchen lovely I sort of all this this morning because we discussed it just having solid bits and unfounded quite straightforward and then I went to the shop and they have some reason particularly low on silently bits. I I thought writing provides the health and I make these people who are coming to my house blew them millions of allergies so I have gone for a roast fetch inch medley now. This was a bit scared of before I put on rapeseed oil that's fine. Are you OK with Rapeseed Oil Clinton. Please tell me I I stood there with the bottle and I thought we haven't spoken by some people have because my friends netter boy actually have anything with rapeseed and it's a nightmare I thought you can get in trouble with vegetable oil. Sometimes it will just say vegetable and you don't know whether it's Sawyer in it and then I just kind of grabbed some baked potatoes and some mm spinach and some sweet girl we've got he walked so I take no. We're GONNA make contested because I've already had some biscuits some biscuits which no one has killed Avia very k. I bought some almond milk. What else for me because Okada's in some strawberries is built of never had owed milk dairy? Milk and goat milk used to be for people who had allergies to I can I can drink milkin. One of the most common things I find is when I say I've got allergies to eggs. People always go check. There's dairy in that. What can thank dairy connect the two? I think it's an old marketing campaign where eggs and milk were hunched together. People just see the news with the Egg Marketing Board owed and that was the Go-to work on an campaign and that was a big advert on TV in my childhood and then with that Clinton Juno not it was the milk marketing board which both government bodies and they were promoting nutritious foods and the tell me what to eat and what drake and the American version of that was get milk they they used to have this stash actually but in this country was oh there was an advert unigate with Humphrey cavs. Don't ex- wchs not that I'm aware of chickens don't produce milk that that does happen. They get signs of see how people get mixed up. I can very common Korea. I've actually had with a friend WHO's like no no well. Obviously it's not from a cow but it's still sort of Darah knows no. They don't stop the argument so you've experienced today. Alice firsthand out difficulties difficulities people got gazillions of allergy and when the two of us and you've got to cross match all of them. That was the tricky thing 'cause i. It's fine. Actually I can deal with Greece thing. I thought that's fine I can do and then when I had this thought loss now audio veggie chilly that'd be fine and I was like I really don't talk this up. I need to be able to press us. I've got together. It's right reality today because I'm having allergic reaction on It's been on ready steady. Cook the ingredients it unloaded veggie in vegan cooking and all kinds of different things that I chose to cut out of my diet certain times of my life. I'm quite happy to kind of experiment and do things that wouldn't normally kirk all of that stuff but when you really really Kennel ingredient in that because it's going to cause an issue it's different. Isn't it the C. Start doubting whether you're uh-huh literally Sunday with before report ongoing do identify and people find me and say can I put Sultan pattern like yeah yeah you back to Earth with not at Saalbach. Maybe they can be well. We look forward to lunch after this podcast and if we're not here next week you'll know episode seven comes from the award of next I yeah maybe it'll be okay CEAC. Let's talk about disease and we've got a chat with Lorna Gardner and she's from CEAC UK. Hey it's different technologies but it does get lumped in together and I guess people with Celia disease have a lot in common with people with allergies somebody with C. Disease can't have wheat barley early in Rye. They will have a gluten so bread we has Luton in it and Ryan Valley have their equivalent which is really bad for your allergic to wheat. You're not allergic to to Ryan Bali indeed so yeah. I'm not to see not see but I've in common with people than the have an allergy and they don't have an allergy. It's all they okay not directly from it but they get lots of complications. Children did used to die from disease because they just wouldn't thrive because what do you give babies you give them Rusk's and Brad and all of the foods babies were given back forties. Were your is your reaction to wheat the same as somebody who is we similar. It depends though some people don't get a recognizable symptoms are the people will get product pain bloating discomfort. Some people won't get any signs that they won't know they've got the disease until they start losing weight and it gets discovered from tests it can vary is very complicated. I do know people that don't get any side effects when the they don't know if they've been gluten whereas other people be really really like vomiting which is very similar to an allergy reaction can affect the bowel wow okay everything yeah yeah like linked to. IBS forbid he gets diagnosed. Is that an incorrect diagnosis or not some of these yeah Oh yes okay so let's have a listen to what has got to say we know that one in one hundred people and the UK have seen axes a diagnosis is a problem so we know from research. Only twenty four percent of people are diagnosed and more recent research suggests that that may have increased to up to thirty percent of people diagnosed but that still means the an estimated half a million people have selected these don't yet know it water typical symptoms for Celia Disease Aziz Youtube video from person to person and can include symptoms such as diarrhea when splitting unexplained gut type symptoms uh-huh symptoms such as myself serves and extreme fatigue and tartness can be a common symptom and some people can experience we losses well and but one of the misconceptions is that you have to be underweight to have act disease when in fact people can be any weights and any age at Diagnosis Soi Soi see the accident old word. Can we define what it really means. Select disease is an autoimmune condition so what happens in silly activities Kasese is when when Clinton eaten it causes specific damage to the lining of the of the guts and we all have finger like projections called. Lie An NC light to swing Clinton season they become flattens and that can affect absorption of nutrients so long term there can be links with conditions such as osteoporosis. Aim is a treatable condition now on the strict gluten free diet so that's interesting because the assumption is that you I just have to cut out cut out all week to be okay see this is treated by a removing gluten from the Diet gluten the protein finding wheats but also in Rye barley and some people can also be sensitive to the themself continued pollution is just the cross contamination nation can be a problem so and gluten free oats would be recommended and but some people can as well be sensitive to the question for us so so when somebody's been diagnosed what then happens after being diagnosed and the I suppose the first day is diagnosis and the diagnosis Agnes. It's recommended to have a blood taste by your local. GP and a squeeze one of.

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"Alice rose. I'm sitting here with Ruth Holroyd Hi Alice. I've got quite a lot of allergies. I'm quite greedy really really multiple allergies. Most serious ones for me are not dairy and I'm acquiring them as well. I'm getting new ones which is interesting and mostly sitting. We've Quentin. Howard and I have allergies from birth. They're mainly food allergies eggs fish nuts and peace and when I was a childhood extra and asthma we are here to talk talk about allergies. We hit X. and this episode. We're really looking forward to sharing a brilliant interview with Rebecca bottle. The extra experts the interesting thing about Rebecca who I met back in the summer at the allergy show was that she had really terrible accident for years and years and years and then in her thirties she cured is by changing her diet and I had never heard of that connection between extra and diets before and Ruth are no you know about these things but it never occurred to me. Hundred percent food is a tricky for me. Definitely I'm always having this argument with dental just an algae specialists and also xmas offers who swear their extra. Even though it's bad has nothing to do with food it probably does. It certainly does for me so if you're an excellent Safra. This podcast is just for you. You're going to learn such a lot and then you have please share the podcast with your friends join us on social media as well and it at allergy today on Instagram and on twitter and you can find us on facebook too nets talk about chocolate. yeah let everybody loves. Sometimes you can't eat. No this very sad piece of news that I read recently about a little boy he was eleven years old and he had a diagnosed reality he knew about it and he died after eating a chocolate bar. Morrison's which is father had bought for him. He picked up from the free reform range thinking it was safe. His son and his son got quite a pretty quickly after eating and died tragically but what I hadn't realized was he assumed it was dairy free black she wasn't it was from. Morrison's gluten free range so it's just a really important message that you need to check ingredients even when you think something is okay because I've recently myself done exactly the same thing. I ate something with Darius. The main ingredient having checked at ten. I checked in the shot by check numerous times in the shop. I checked home. I checked as I opened it and I did not see that it had milken the first first ingredient in bold ingredients in bold bilk in the old and I ate it and I was at a very mild reaction because it was very instantly quickly took antihistamines and I didn't have to use my adrenaline although I went to a just as a precaution but it's just so important. It's like something you do on autopilot. You think you've checked Soviet. I've done that with ingredients audience's. Well you read. It and I'm looking for stuff that some of it's in bold miss it and I'm looking for stuff. That isn't involved pays. He's for example and that's very easy to miss and it's very frustrating because what what can you do. How do you alert people to the fact that word blindness but you get it very very easy easy to occur. It'd be a very flawed human beings. We aren't perfect time. We don't always read things properly. I don't want the answer is but maybe one of the things we try to find an answer to make the labeling of foods much easier and by talking about it so much more just will be in people's psyche open just really get people thinking free from but what does that mean certainly chocolate what does free from chocolate me and I would have not thought gluten was particularly a problem with chocolate so for me free from Chaka would have meant free from nuts dairy but not not gluten. It shouldn't really have much gleason in plain chocolate bar. Really it's hard to think what we'd flower. A hole into trump might have with Bisconti you on but this was just plain bar of chocolate so you can see how the mistake was made such as yeah so. Ivan unsought out with chocolate where I know. There's been nuts but you look on the ingredients. Nothing declared not even may contain nuts so what's going on there and the only connection I can find wind is that chocolate with hazelnuts is very very common on the continent so Milka chocolate they both are made with hazelnuts and the hazelnuts used as a flavoring to give it really delicious but it doesn't do me any good. We'll have a mile down Affleck's from from that and I've been caught out mostly the chocolates to leave on a pillow in a hotel down date them Quinton. It's sitting there saying eat. The the problem with chocolate is really risky one to risk if you have an allergy dairy algae because the process for making chocolate they don't actually clean it with disinfectant and water her. Did you know about they clean it with chocolate so the chocolate goes through chocolate and back into the VAT so if it's made chocolate is made on by a brand that that makes a variety. It's probably a good idea to sell contaminating yeah and you just don't know like Russian Roulette. What are released. They've chocolatey brands. Do we know there's a couple mill not free. They're lovely. They made lots of really in chocolates. There are lots of from chocolates that have may contain warnings on them about which I know is one of your best just means. I avoided exactly chocolate. I would say it's one hundred percent. You should listen to those warnings. Just because of the way things are made. It's not worth risking it. It's a shame because everybody loves chocolate and one of the things I worry about is chocolate drinks. If I go into a starbucks or something I don't know what they've made. The chocolate is chocolate flakes and what's in the chocolate. I have no idea and you couldn't even entertain having the conversation the station with the Barista in things today and even if they showed you the ingredients that probably wouldn't tell you just say cocoa solids and you're talking about this thing. That's below one percent or below. It just really strikes me that you also serve as allergy sufferers your so powerless and lot of the time on new just absolutely the really at the mercy of of the brand of the company that serving you having you're putting your trust in somebody else who probably doesn't know it doesn't care doesn't understand. Would you do that with somebody with a loaded revolver. It is Russian Roulette and I love chocolate brand. I forgot is Kenneson are the ones who supply marks expenses and they have their own dedicated nut free chocolate factory as do plow mill so that's the only way to do is to have a very carefully. How would you well not free nuts and not allowed on the premises now. How did you know that that's the brand. Does it because I know those brands. I've never heard of now. I've decided to go chasing down the aisles of no probably buy them online the smell yeah go and find them. I tell you what we need to bring some to the next podcast and we'll do a chocolate tasting sessions callaway. We're going to be talking this week about skin in particular killer and Xiomara and extra is one of those things that looks awful and for people who don't have access the thing I've noticed about it is that people think that it's infectious access the away from you. There is a kind of a distance that you can see when you put your hand. Shake somebody SORTA withdraw. Do you find that. I've noticed that people feel. It's almost their obligation to comment on my skin. Quite a lot of people do this to tell me what they think. I should do and give me their cure like I need to drink aloe vera every day or I should be drinking salaries because that cure me and it just drives me mad justice do that well. I just don't want to comment on it. I know it's there. It's not like I've not noticed that my hands alike a ladies clause. They these skin. Do you think they do out of embarrassment is kind of the elephant in the room or do they do it because they think you. I don't know how to fix it because it clearly isn't fixed care. They don't like to see that. You're suffering. People don't want to upset you and I think they just don't really think before they speak. They're not meaning to be unkind kind. It's human nature isn't it to one thing and that's what people do have a stock reply. I used to be quite people but now I just tell in my story. I just start talking to them about it and they just be honest. I'm just recently out topical steroids. That is why my skin is so bad at the moment that you shouldn't really have to keep explaining why you look a certain way. You wouldn't save someone why you so fat. You need to lose weight or your spock's. Fox ability bad re to comment on the appearance of somebody. You don't know anything about him. You don't know what their personal stories into question. How does that affect lose my skin. I think it really has affected my love life in the past because as a woman you want to feel attractive you want to look attractive and I don't I even when my skin's bad I have this negatively about my parents and I've always had Bor something I'm working on at the moment and sometimes it's painful. Sometimes it so bad. You just don't even feel like there's just no urge I want to the last thing you want to do is start taking your clothes off and showing someone how your skin looks you just feel so bad and I think I think it's bad because actually probably make you feel a lot better. If you didn't pick had a good show all right so you said that that's something that you've been dealing with really long. Time is what came first the expediting connects McCain. I I yeah I think I was born with Quentin worlds and unfortunately for me. I didn't grow out of it but did for a bit and then it came back in twenty s and I've used topical steroids a lot. My Ex may change from having maybe three flares again which I would use steroids full to in the last four or five years. I was having to use steroids. If I stopped using the steroids I would get flare up and I was blogging about this. Sharing pitches and people started telling me you've got Redskins Syndrome. I don't know what that is referring me to. This website called it. SAN which is all about out topical steroid withdrawal and I was in denial because the soon as I started researching and look at what happens to people when they cut out steroids. I knew that I couldn't not count ah that is just the Google it and look at the pictures of what happens to your body when you come out..

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"Hi It's Quentin and ruth here before we start. Here's a few comments we received following last weeks. After today. PODCAST festival one from positively allergic brilliant episode the interview with the Tasha's mom was really inspiring. What an amazing family. I love the Natasha's memory will live on in such a positive way and Kim Louise. Shelf men said Thank you Natasha Foundation. I'm sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. Her Law will make our son's life safer and thank you to Georgie hough who said I I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your podcast and I'm really looking forward to the next episode. Thank you for raising awareness of allergies but also adding some humor into the mix on on instagram to grab allergy challenge islands listen to the first episode this morning and loved it and unlovely comment from IVF got. This really enjoyed the podcast my eleven month old particularly like the music. Thank you for all your love we comments. Please keep them coming a now on with this week's allergy today podcast welcome back to the allergy today podcast with me. Alice rose and I'm sitting here with my good friend Ruth Holroyd Tyler and Quentin Howard Allo and we're sitting today in the raw that glorious surroundings of free from towers free from Queen himself Alf Michelle Johnson just had a delicious beast alot of very allergy friendly August we very DC exit feeds day with lots of featured in topic's going to talk about so we're particularly interested in Michelle and hearing your story as well about the free food awards and then all the other things you do when you're massive website with all its repository of information which is sitting there like like Alexander Library. You Bet that lovely go at a big library. Did he hear the massive library which had all of the world's books at one point walls the font of all knowledge and now we're hearing Michelle's house which is the fond of all allergy. God conquering the world with allergies so let's go into our allergy week. I would love to know how your weeks have been with your allergies so ruth tuna start with your spin quite a busy week for me the the most exciting thing being that. I'm going on a cruise next week so I'm planning all of that. I've got myself some insurance which is very very important. If any of you going on holiday I was terrified about how much it would cost because I now have to admit that I have had to afflicted reactions in the last two years and have asthma so those two medical things I've declared but it wasn't isn't that bad calls me by eighty quid so it's well worth getting the insurance. Don't worry about that. Just declare everything and yes and I've also been to party at my lovely aunt's house who caters for mazing. We have probably more time than I need but she likes to have the extra time with me just going through every label and narrowly avoiding eating some crisps out of a bulb just been emptied of the Milky Amazon per second Chris which I couldn't have they get finished and someone empties my Chris Kristen. There and I'm like Oh those now but those are the little things that people don't think of because if especially if there were kids there doesn't nate maybe of seeing that happen. They aren't going to necessarily ask grab. Chris called minefield. Isn't it yes I've had to renew. My injector pens this week as well because the marriage pens have a potential fault in only two percent of them but since I'm going on a cruise my gp agreed with me that it wasn't worth taking risks and not getting another one that I have some checks to pens now now blocked. That was the issue hiring yeah. They were firing EPI pen the I've got an emirate pen. There's three I am afraid. The reason I have that is because it's a big dose. I have very bad reactions when I eat dairy on us. Got Larger dose so I'm getting potentially almost has twice the Adrenalin go- five hundred milligrams of three hundred and it's got longer needle bit worried about the needle issue because I'm not a big person in my thigh. I muscle to fashion. Debt is quite big so the normal needles wouldn't go there but I know where to inject lower down on my on my leg with those pens so it will get through but that's that is an issue for women's issues issue because people don't realize that the all of these auto injectors were developed young men it was kind of military thing which was developed in in I think in the Vietnam to Agent Orange whatever it is antidote to chemical warfare said that the needles were designed to go into the FIS I of young fit men where there's very little adipose tissue so it goes straight into the thigh muscle which is the biggest muscles are therefore pushes it around the body as fast as possible but women even skinny women have much in quotes fatter thighs just the construction of the thigh is quite different say to get through the flesh and light and the the Senate or whatever whatever it is to get into the muscle is much more difficult. It's quite often. The standard pens the epipens and the jets. The needle is just literally not long enough so you're not delivering. I never used to feel anything when I injected myself with that hasn't been updated heated since the original design. I don't think there's any plans to either as far as makeup emirate of the people who have taken this into account and who are making longer needles. I'm an interestingly even if you're looking at something like acupuncture. There are longer needles for people who are are big because you have to get through more flesh but the interesting thing goals because there have been a couple of incidents quite Yanga slim girls who have had really bad reactions have had two or three injections uh-huh and they haven't worked and improve by doing tests on pigs friendly enough on pigskin which is very similar to ours that it doesn't get through to it needs to deliver him to trust that that's the key is because if it delivered to the muscle the muscle is big massive muscle pump around really quick. Look straight the quickest way to do it. So everybody goes into the flesh which is why you inject into the thigh instead of into the arm because you want to get to the biggest muscle as fast as you possibly can and what if you went into the arm it might just into the fresh wouldn't actually achieve anything very much for you so the Emmer is an elaborate. That's sort of the Rolls Royce oil well I think and it's not the sort of biggest dose in a pen a paramedics would give whatever they could just give as much Drennan as they need to and they know what they're doing doing these auto injectors ones that you carry around with you. An EPI pen is trade name right. It's not it's not generic. They're called auto injectors then. You have pens injects. Let's just calls much difference between them. I've just been writing about how to use the different ones and they're all completely different as well well they will different colors and you take the cap off of them in their similar but different which is actually a shame because really they should have coordinated their says. You have one universal vessel way of applying unique about how we're not in a marketing military. We're we're in a matter of life and death and check their thumbs so there's there's also a push to teach lehman how to yes as well and if three different types. What chance have we got the problem is so often the actual doctors themselves how to use your GP wait now to use it? They'll just they'll prescribe it for you and say good even Dr Jack Their thumbs fairly frequently. It's like a pin you take the top of the pen and then rescues the old ones. You didn't press the top now. You just press the pen into the leg automatically inject so I think it's coming back to the pens so people putting their finger on and that's the needle end so now you say hold it like a fist but you you know it's it's a world of jeopardy love Quentin. How's your week been. We'll have eaten anything. This disagreed disagreed with me so far. It's been quite warm this week and the weather has been changing and my ass miles come back and I haven't had asthma where I've had to use an inhaler for oh probably a couple of years the classic thing of first thing in the morning and last thing at night but I'm having to use the inhaler. It's probably a mixture of the pollen and the heat and and having a dog and all of those sorts of things that contribute to that but it's interesting that it hasn't been there for so long. I've managed to get my aspirin under control. I used to have it very badly as a child and I wasn't taking ventilation then because it wasn't really widely available and I went to a doctor and he put me on ventilation in Ireland that it was fine that helped but then you end up using it as a crutch and using time and I was concerned that it wasn't really getting any better I wasn't really controlling it and this doctor taught me realization techniques and explain that a lot of it is about stress and particularly wants an attack starts you start this kind of vicious cycle of stress switch induces more of it and that was the most valuable half an hour. I've ever spent with a medic. That's really interesting from that point on. I was able to recognize whether it's beginning to build and that's when you start to take evasive action distress yourself and don't get into a panic you'll find yourself reducing the reliance on ventilation and four of twenty-five years absolutely right but that makes total sense. Doesn't it because you think of it that asked. Moore is all about the muscles tightening in the chest says it's reducing the Airways comporting it all in and what do you do. When you get stressed you tighten up you conked you? Clutch yourself need and if you can just do the debris was breathing. He made you do essentially essentially yes. Yes breathing. Breathing is the most important thing so valuable in almost any circumstance a resistance within the allergy community see when people talk about stress being factor. No I think it's quite quite commonly known that stresses the factor but then that can be like letting you off. You know it's just stress is stress. I related and it isn't always stress. Definitely has a big yeah so do I'm just thinking because I know in my world. When people say for example the you you know stress impacts fertility can be quite difficult thing for people to hear because it's putting the onus on the person to sort out this problem where where it's actually very complicated and I wondered if there is a similar yeah reality world how people portrayed especially in the media yeah if the Berkeley you watch film? The person with the algae's is usually in new Arctic stressed and now in control themselves and that's why they're like it because they're not in control understandable if you've ever lived close to anybody with a serious allergy how on earth that they not going to be stressed actually how when you we live in or anybody with a really serious medical condition it so it is stressed. That's what it is and it's learning learning just to I mean I think the the difference is that it's not that it causes it but it just makes it that a little bit worse because once you tense up and you get stressed everything reacts faster stern and gets worse. It's not accepted 'cause it. The hard thing is when you have young children and you can't say to them calm down because they just get into a panic spiral and the worst thing. Here's a parent is watching your children who than need a nebulizer say to someone's. You can't bring you can't get them back down to a level where they can control it. Isn't that what the Techniques Assay important important boringly gained back to breathing things like if you can teach them really early to breathe. That is the children yes. CATA- anything people do and why teaching kind of Yoga and things to children I think stretching out the chest making space for you to breathe within it using using yoga method interesting asthma raiders had this week not known at attack rating just as I was going through two or three days of finding it difficult to breathe and then give myself a couple of puffs of penicillin and take that deep breath and then wait thing. I did notice with our summer when I get a mild sort of attack of it. Was it happened when the weather changed from hot to cold or cold hot it wasn't it's constantly hot. It was like the way your body tries to adapt and it can't keep up with the change of weather. Do find the saying I do. My mom used serves like a barometer that gives it happens slightly before the weather changes. Yeah just taught me on the head. The problem in England is that you can have four seasons in the day. The weather can change dramatically the time you're GonNa rain last night and there was thunder think we're also much more sensitive to our environments than we realize. Aren't we even if you don't have Valdis those things that are going on which you know not just the weather but everything in your environment everything written with dachshunds and Stephen which we're learning so much more about now. I think there are certain fears that I can't drink because they give Maxima.

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"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"ruth holroyd" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"My name is Alice rose and I've got no allergies ever but but my co host Ruth Holroyd on the other hand has got loads. Yes local lots of allergies. I did count them. There's about twenty five but my life threatening allergies aren't to nuts and dairy so allergic to soy and wait I also have exmoor asthma and hay fever and write blog called allergy dot com and we have quentin how it got allergies as well mine are food allergies eggs fish nuts and peas and I grew up with x amount and asthma so between us on our new allergy today podcast. We're going to be exploring the allergies and above all trying to normalize it so that allergies are not seen as something that people refuse to understand there is something that people can accept just like everything else in life life and help those of us who've got allergies to deal with it properly and this is the sort of thing you are going to hear liles. You had to eat everything at the same thing actually didn't change my. I was forced to eat peanuts in the salad alarm member at school being told you have to hear that fish cake and saying this is the age of five or six. I can't do that. I can't do those. I'm allergic to fish in the teacher. You will eat it you elite it and what happened to you. Quinton soy at it and then I vomited all over her shoes me me too. Well actually quite proud. I was really Geeky school about you but certainly for me that raised my status by a man announcer being sick the ladies favorites exactly what happened to me after six peanuts on the horrible salad was a proud moment. I'm just like sitting here thinking com. Leave the duck but that wouldn't happen now I was you don't have any allergies you can anything. I can't sorry to say but I can't so I'm sitting here and it's interesting listing now because I have in the past chose. Take things out of my diet for various. Reasons of my facility is something that I've research a lot about so I stuck to move uh-huh militant kind of Doi and I did take out dairy and I sometimes Qatar read me or so I kind of had the experience of going to restaurants and saying I I can't have this icon about and I was really strict about it. Just kind of think we'll do. You really need to be doing that well. I've done my research. I've spoken to nutritionist. This is what I'm choosing to do and I just need support in that so it's coming in from from a completely different point of view isn't it and I I. I'm lucky that I do have the choice in what I eat. Food conceive as is what we want. We want people to be able to a understand so it's not just about the food industry labeling. It's also people with food issues understanding what the issues it was all an understanding well enough to be able to read ingredients lists and get the right information is at the because I hate said the still awful lot of ignorance out that I find quite it's scary. The number of people I come across with potentially quite serious food Allah Jason. Why she really haven't got a clue. What will say oh. I did read need carry my opinion. I've been dived as speedo allergy audited by yes you do. The story is that they got to the airports and they went what to press him on Jay. Natasha picked up a pet and she looked at all have favorite ingredients in it and Bethany Look Tara. My husband looked at it and yet it looks fine she can have that she went on the plane very soon after that she had an itchy throat and she took. Periton for that and within about half an hour she had massive hives all over her body she wasn't feeling well and she asked her father to give her an EPI pen injection which didn't work and then had to get out of the second mom and everything just deteriorated very quickly from there when they landed the paramedics came on and they try try to resuscitate her for about another forty minutes did come back with the defibrillator but it was so weak by then that it kind of faded and then it it came back again and then it faded and that's really when when it was cut traffic she had complete brain damage in organ failure by then minefield isn't it yes. I'm worried about the needle issue because I'm not a big person in my thigh muscle to fashion adept is quite big so the normal needles go there but I know where to inject lower down on my on my leg with those pence it will get through that is an issue for women is an issue. It is an issue because people don't realize the all of these auto injectors were developed for young men in I think in the Vietnam the needles were designed to go into the FIS of young fit men with very little adipose tissue but women even skinny women have much fatter is to get through the flesh and me l. e. light all whatever whatever it is to get into the muscle is much more difficult so quite often the the standard pens the APP pens checks. The needle is just literally not long enough so oral corticosteroids got onto the agenda and then the same thing happened with an hordic steroids. I think it was Beecham's. We're going to dump it because it didn't work but again they haven't looked at their patients carefully enough move. They haven't stratified them once you don't get the ones who Airsu- NFL's they respond very beautifully to inhale according hysteri- and they have saved lives uh-huh people died a lot from us they reduce mortality that reduce morbidity and they are remarkably safe Quinson Anthony. How's your week been. It's been quite warm this week in the weather has been changing and my smiles come back and I haven't had asthma where of how to use an inhaler for probably a couple of years I used to have it very badly as a child and then in my twenty s quite badly. I went to a doctor because I was getting quite bad. He put me on Ventolin in Ireland and that was fine that helps but then you end up using it as a crutch and I was concerned that it wasn't really getting any better was really controlling it and this doctor taught me relaxation accession techniques and explain that a lot of it is about stress particularly wants an attack starts you start this kind of vicious cycle of stress which induces more of it and that was the most valuable half an hour. I've ever spent with a medic. That's really interesting. You just recognize it's beginning to build and that's when you stop take a affirmative action and actually you'll find yourself reducing the reliance on ventilation and for twenty five years he was absolutely they will develop more more allergies because we're not fixing the reason why the body's reacting to certain foods often. That's a good issue often from a medical standpoint you be talking more more about leaky gut where the is starting the lining is starting to break down food particles passing into the bloodstream foods not much the bloodstream it creates an immune response and we get allergies this and I've got clients to aback eating eggs back eating things where they have to. They had to use an EPI pen with so. It's absolutely amazing. Say I remember why I had was a file of adrenaline and a syringe which was kind of scared. I'd never have used that. When I first got told I I had an allergy and they gave me this adrenaline. The nurse opened her. She was a nurse in a blue year. Nurse's uniform she opened up her dress and she was a big lady with rolls of fat and I was probably ten horrified. I haven't seen anyone naked. Let alone a fat person naked and the typical kid. I was just like what she's you doing and she just literally opened address and demonstrate how to inject into the rolls of fat. I was absolutely disgusted by this and my mom was a bit confused which is not the away. You should administer agenda in any way so that's what happened to my mom. This is really important. We need to ensure the I'm never doing that. I'm not doing that in future podcasts. We'll talk about epipens. We should do a whole thing on that. Maybe I should be at some point. We'll do it like yeah we do. You need to learn how to use your non existent medication in happy with the milk and chips always. GonNa work here probably well well. It's really crater you. Manage in such different ways is really just call nine hundred nine and I dog again terrifying. You call nine nine nine. I call just eat and we frequently being asked by people for free from PS from Lagumdzija free from tomatoes yet. It's bit of a problem I think for many people who looking for free from products they need to avoid pollution dairy and be an tomato than they do have a problem and unfortunately multiple allergens uh-huh allergies are becoming more and more prevalent so much more sensitive to our environments than we realize. Aren't we even if you don't have allergies those things that are going on which you you know not just the weather but everything in your environment everything written with dachshunds and stubborn. Is that which we're learning so much about now. I think there are certain beers that I can't drink trink because they give Maxima. Hey why don't know why I think it's either because of what they use to clarify them or something in for example as a Chinese beer sang. It's a lovely beer but it makes me tight chester interesting to see the ingredients that could be chemical echo one. That's the problem senator set a chemicals which will spark asthmatic attacks by its bit research. That's worth worth doing time researching a lot of beers. You're legit to private research google. I think we were thinking of especially Komo quantify so two percent chance that may contain nuts or one percent chance that would not be more meaningful it cut bay then it might be a two percent chance on one day. I am a ten percent chance on another depending on what they're producing and you might also be make so you might get two percent pro mex with a ten percent product so then you've got Ta Schwartz so the answer is the accuracy of information I think around allergens what is becoming clear era is that the accuracy is vital. We went for lunch last time. We got together. Didn't we went lunch and you off your source to not be be on it but logic needed. Sam Logic and it came in a pot on the play and I felt so indignant on your behalf. I was like she's allergic. Putting on the places he was on the side but you know I just think thought kind of thing is exactly the sort of thing that we could try and really wave this flag about just look. It's really not rocket science. If someone says to you they're allergic. Tell the kitchen not to put the play like just just I understand why that's difficult. I do struggle to understand why they didn't get it because it's so prominent in the news now. You can't not know that people die from allergies so why restaurants find it so hard to take seriously. Have this fear that if I make too much of a fuss my food will go back into the kitchen on the shell spit on it but I'm not allergic to spare yeah but that's not happening on my food. Yeah that would be okay. Okay we have come on. You can spit the foods. I've been eating nuts allergic to coming soon anyway..

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