Wheat Allergy

Wheat allergies are usually triggered by food items and nonfood items like Play-Doh, cosmetics and bath products. Wheat allergy is basically an allergic reaction to foods containing wheat, which is further a famous allergen. These types of allergies are not only caused by eating them but also inhaling them. Wheat can be found in many foods, including some you might not suspect, such as beer, soy sauce and ketchup.

One of the most obvious methods to prevent this allergy is stop the intake of wheat. But in case if you are already suffering from it then medication is a necessity. Wheat allergy sometimes is confused with celiac disease, but these conditions differ. A wheat allergy generates an allergy-causing antibody to proteins found in wheat and vice versa.

Cure vs Treatment

Cure is Permanent because it’s eliminating the root cause. It has successfully cured many patients with our specially formulated remedy. It will alter your immune system’s behavior to inhibit future reactions to wheat. This change in your immune system is permanent.


Wheat allergy treatment is complicated, our specially formulated medicine needs to be taken orally for up to eight weeks. Most of the mild to moderate cases respond positively in this short time. By the end of the treatment more than 90% of the patients are cured. Some patients with multiple allergies or other medical conditions may have to continue the medication till they are cured. The medication is extremely safe, akin to over-the-counter medication.

What are the symptoms of wheat allergy?

There are different common and uncommon types of symptoms that you can notice while wheat allergy. Below is the list of the some of the indications that will help you prevent from the future damage. Scroll down to know the symptoms of this type of allergy. 

  • Physical symptoms of an allergic reaction to wheat can include anaphylaxis, asthma etc. to name a few of them.
  • Also other problems like hives, headaches, sneezing and nausea can also be seen.
  • Like all allergies, wheat allergies involve immunoglobulin E and a mast cell response. Typically the allergy is triggered by wheat proteins.

Additionally, there are many other components in wheat that trigger reactions, for example serine protease inhibitors, glutelins and prolamins. Different reactions are often attributed to different proteins, for example anaphylaxis is attributed to one omega gliadin. Twenty-seven potential wheat allergy triggers have been successfully identified. 

Our remedy will interact with your immune system by targeting the Immunoglobulin E (IgE) and changing its ressponse to all 27 wheat allergy triggers. This will alter your immune system’s behavior to permanently stop allergic reactions to wheat.