Wheat Allergy Symptoms, What Causes Them And How To Clear Them


Allergy To Wheat Symptoms


Wheat allergy symptoms can come on straight after exposure to wheat or can take up to 72 hours. This is common of  most food allergies  or intolerances and it’s the reason why it can be so difficult to detect what we are actually allergic to without using muscle testing.

Today I want to look at what the typical wheat allergy symptoms or wheat intolerance symptoms are and what options are available to relieve the suffering.

Before we go on I would like to point out that we are dealing solely with wheat allergy, not gluten allergy, which will be the topic of another post.


Some wheat allergy symptoms to look out for are:

  • Itching in areas like the mouth and throat
  • Behavioural problems
  • Rash or hives
  • Intermitent or daily diarrhea, constipation, nausea and flatulence or belching
  • Itchy eyes or watery eyes
  • Congested nasal passages
  • Weight gain or obesity
  • Cramps, muscle aches or joint aches
  • Difficulty  breathing
  • Halitosis
  • Alcohol craving
  • Anaphylaxis

Please be aware that these symptoms could be caused by other more serious conditions and it is always best to consult your doctor first to get a medical diagnosis.

Causes of Wheat Allergy Symptoms

Wheat allergy symptoms are caused by ingestion, inhalation or contact with any product that has been made from  wheat. Food to watch out for but not limited to includes the following:

  • Breads
  • Cakes
  • Ready meals (unless stated otherwise)
  • Biscuits and cookies
  • Hot chocolate drink and malted milk drinks
  • Muffins
  • Cereals
  • Pasta (unless stated otherwise)
  • Gravy
  • Some beers and spirits
  • Crackers and Matzos
  • Soy Sauce
  • Ketchup and other condiments
  • Ice cream and other dairy products
  • Ready made burgers, sausages, meatloaf, meatballs
  • Hard sweets and candy
  • Jelly beans
  • Licorice
  • Prepared oriental food containing MSG
  • Meat in breadcrumbs or batter
  • Cream soups
  • Cheese spreads and sauces
  • Salad dressings

(It is important to read the labels on foods, even if you don’t suspect that they contain wheat).

How To Treat Wheat Allergy Symptoms

Elimination Diet Or Avoidance

Whilst adults can do this, any of you who have children will know how difficult it can be to eliminate wheat totally from a child’s diet! And anyway what if that wheat allergy is really an allergy to the mould in bread. According to Dr Hulda Clark in her book, “The Cure For All Diseases”, mould can be found in all bread wrapped in plastic. If you or your children have frequent colds, she sites this as being this mould as being the culprit.

Allergy To Wheat PollenSome people, including Sandi Radomski, who taught me so much of what I know, have decided to eliminate wheat from their diet. When I questioned her about this she said that the wheat grown in the U.S  is really bad and she feels that it is best if she doesn’t put it in her body.

If you work in a factory or on a farm where you are surrounded by wheat pollen, the only way to avoid it would be to hand in your resignation! This is not a very real option for most people.

So what’s the answer if you can’t avoid or eliminate wheat from you diet or environment? I recommend The Allergy Kit. I have had personal success using it for heartburn and abdomen pain that had stumped the doctors. My partner is using it for his athletes foot at the moment and has reported an improvement after treating only 3 of the vials. I will write seperate posts on our experiences.

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With love and light,

Cathy x



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  1. Kerri Bauchspies says:

    i have gluten allergy and it is not a good idea to have it. i cant even eat some of my favorite pastries because of gluten allergy. .”;*;

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