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Natural occurring chemicals in food

Most people with food intolerance are sensitive to more than one chemical which can be composed of both "natural" and "artificial" substances. Their effects depend on the combination and amount consumed in your daily diet.

Amines- arise as a result of protein breakdown and  fermentation .

Foods-Amines are high in ripened fruit eg bananas, avocados and tomatoes,cheese, chocolate, wines, beer, yeast extracts and fish products.

Glutamate(MSG)- is an amino acid which is the building block for all proteins found naturally in foods.These amino acids help synthesise neurotransmitters  which send chemical impulses from one neuron to another in the brain .They are normally involved in learning and memory,Foods- cheeses, tomatoes, mushrooms etc.

Pure monosodium glutamate (MSG,E620) can also be used as an additive to increase the flavor of soups, sauces, hydrolysed vegetable protein, gravies, seasonings and many other foods.





The hope of this website is to show clear simple ways to cope with Aspirin Allergy and Salicylate Intolerance and the information provided is designed to support, not to replace, the relationship that exists between a patient and their physician.

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Some Resources

Recipe Books

Salicylate Food Guide.  salicylatesensitivity.com

Friendly food recipe book : Royal Alfred Hospital .slhd.nsw.gov.au/rpa/allergy

Failsafe Cookbook :Sue Dengate -many articles on Food intolerance.  fedup.com.au

Salicylates Forum

Support group:salicylatesensitivity.com/forum/


Dr Morris :allergy-clinic

Food Intolerance: Robert H.LOBLAY and Anne R.SWAIN      sswahs.nsw.gov.au/rpa/allergy

Salicylates in food Intolerance by Anne Swain.PDF pages 376 – 381/Appendices 10 and 11 of her thesis.   sswahs.nsw.gov.au


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