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Joint pain or feeling susceptible to infection are common winter issues. This could be caused by an IgG food allergy with subsequent chronic inflammation. So, get rid of it to come healthy and happy through the cold winter month. We will let know why your body reacts to some foods and why this may have […]

Healthy gut – fit for autumn

Friday, September 29, 2017

Autumn is here, which means that cold and flu season is on the way. This makes it all the more important to have a strong immune system supported by a healthy gut and the correct diet. Countless numbers of bacteria, viruses and fungi pass through the gastrointestinal tract every day. Our intestinal flora normally protects […]

gluten-free cupcake

Do you like to bake or to eat delicious, vegan and gluten-free cupcakes? Then you are exactly right here. We have developed a gluten, egg and milk free peanut butter cupcake recipe for you. You can believe us – these small, delicious calorie bombs bring you in a good mood and are just the right […]

Are you plagued with headaches?

Friday, August 25, 2017

Almost everyone has headaches. They can make you feel very unwell. About two thirds of the population of western countries state that they occasionally suffer from them. One in four complains of regular headaches. This means that in addition to backache, headaches are one of the most frequent ailments. However, headaches are not simply headaches. […]


Friday, August 18, 2017

Why do we need to take diarrhoea seriously? Persistent diarrhoea can lead to dehydration and mineral deficiencies. It also affects how nutrients are absorbed from the gut, which prevents the body from getting what it needs. This leads to further complications. In adults, it is defined as the passage of three or more loose or […]

irritable bowel syndrome

There are new approaches from complementary medicine for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Irritable bowel syndrome is neither contagious nor malignant. However, the severe symptoms can have a significant impact on the quality of life of those suffering from IBS. Many of them ask themselves: “Is conventional medicine really the only way to […]

Do you react to food additives?

Friday, July 21, 2017
React to food additives

Many foods contain food additives. They are used to modify or stabilise the structure, taste, aroma, colour or shelf life of foods. The use of food additives is governed by a prohibition principle, i.e. their use in all foods is prohibited subject to a permit. This means that the use of all food additives is […]

milk products

Milk is healthy!? Yes, it does in fact contain many valuable nutrients – but also other ingredients which can cause problems like lactose and milk protein. Intolerance symptoms are highly varied and may occur immediately after consumption or hours and even days later. Two different tests enable you to find out whether, and to which […]


So you now want to live gluten-free? As we are well aware that it is not so simple to suddenly eliminate gluten from your diet, we would like to give you some useful hints about substitutes which you can use. A gluten-free diet requires a complete change of diet and new shopping habits. However, it […]

The buzz about gluten

Friday, June 9, 2017
buzz about gluten

Gluten (“sticky” protein) is a component in many types of grain and has a positive effect on the baking properties of flour: it binds to water to make a smooth and stable dough. It consists of the protein components gliadin and glutenin. Cereal grain, especially wheat, contains this protein. It develops rubber-like elastic and plastic […]

Wild herb recipes

Friday, May 26, 2017
wild herb recipes

Wild herb recipes taking into consideration food allergies Liven up your food with wild herbs! Wild herbs add variety to your menu and are a good source of many important minerals and trace elements. Also, wild herbs have very few allergenic properties, making them a good source of enrichment for mindful eating habits, especially if […]

Wild Herbs

Wild herbs were forgotten for a long time and were dismissed as weeds. They are now experiencing a renaissance: they are becoming easier and easier to find at markets and in organic food stores and are even being used in gourmet and award-winning kitchens. Wild herbs bring spring into your kitchen and aromatic variety to […]

Spring is here… The sky is blue and the sun smiles down… It is time to take a break from chocolate and rich wintry cakes and look forward to light, fruity and summery ones. Enjoy a trip into the sun together with your friends by eating delicious cakes with coffee or tea. And to make […]

hay fever season and cross-reactivity

Spring is coming and, with it, hay fever – we get a runny nose, sneeze, and feel groggy. So why does a blissful bite into an apple suddenly cause shortness of breath, stomach cramps, and diarrhea? The trigger may be cross-reactivity. How does this happen? The immune system protects our bodies against germs. If viruses […]

not all fats are equal

FAT… rarely is a food nutrient as full of negative connotations and as condemned as fat is. However, fat can do much more than make us gain weight. Fat can also help us stay fit and healthy and even helps to prevent diseases! Not all fats are equal: Fats are classified into saturated, unsaturated, and […]

delayed food allergies and overweight

Certainly you know this: you try out the most different diets, sign up in the gym, you run the stairs instead of taking the elevator, you eat more fruits and vegetables and forgo sweets. But whatever you try, you just do not lose weight or have the kilos again after a short time. Frustration is […]

Too much gas in your gut?

Friday, March 3, 2017

Low amounts of gases in your intestines are very normal. During digestion, beneficial bacteria produce gases that normally do not cause any problems. Certain factors can, however, promote the accumulation of intestinal gases, resulting in bloating. Such factors include, for example, foods that cause flatulence, fast food, stress, diseases, and certain medications. Here are ways […]

Our Intestines Brains of Midsection

Our intestines – the all-rounders Over a length of several meters, our intestines digest all of the food that we consume. Our muesli for breakfast, our lunch in the cafeteria, and the birthday cream tart. Yet our intestines can do much more than just taking care of digestion or excretion. They control what gets in, […]

food allergy

Delicious plum cake, gently melting sorbet, crunchy salads—culinary delights that cause discomfort for many people, especially people who have a type I for type III food allergy and/or a food intolerance. Type I and type III allergy – What is the difference? With type I allergy, an immediate reaction is seen seconds or minutes after […]

Enjoying foods with nut allergies

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Nut allergy

Nuts are packets of energy. They are rich in fat and protein and contain vital vitamins and mineral nutrients. Yet as healthy as nuts may be, they cause problems for many people. They can trigger allergic reactions and reactions that are similar to allergies. If your throat swells closed immediately after eating a peanut, you […]

mood foods

The ImuPro Team wishes you a good, healthy, and happy New Year 2017. Certain foods can have a positive effect on our mood. These mood foods can put you in a good mood, lower stress sensitivity, provide warmth, liven you up, and dispel sleepiness—use this knowledge to get a good and happy start to the […]

gluten free christmas stollen

Christmas is just around the corner… the time of the year when everybody with a sweet tooth loves baking and eating tasty Christmas stollen. Well, almost everybody. For quite a number of people, this is normally a pleasure followed by pain: for all those, who cannot eat foods (e.g. stollen) containing gluten, eggs and milk […]

Nutty Christmas treats

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
nut alternatives

Nuts are healthy sources of energy. They contain valuable vitamins, mineral nutrients, trace elements, and polyunsaturated fatty acids. They are said to have a positive influence on the heart, blood vessels, and concentration. As healthy as nuts may be, many people do not tolerate peanuts, cashews, hazelnuts, and other nuts. However: if you do not […]