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About Us

Marlene Hochstrasser is the Clinical Director of the Devon Allergy Clinic which was established in 2006. She qualified as a Registered General Nurse & Midwife & has a University Diploma in Allergy from Grenwich University with working links with Allergy UK & the Eczema Society. Her experience was further broadened whilst working as an Intensive Care Nurse at Guy’s Hospital, London. Marlene still maintains her clinical nursing expertise working as an intravenous parenteral nutrition nurse with patients in a home situation.

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Fibre – Is it important in your diet?

0 Comments Posted On: February 13, 2019

What is Fibre? Fibre is the indigestible parts of plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, grains, beans and legumes. It […]


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Allergies & Food Hypersensitivities

What is an Allergy and why it is such a misused word ?

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Allergy Calendar

  • March is national nutrition month

    March is National Nutrition Month. For many people with a chronic digestive condition, food and eating can have a profound […]

  • April – IBS Awareness Month

    April – IBS Awareness Month Throughout April, we are thrilled to be running several initiatives to challenge the stigma surrounding […]

  • Eczema and Psoriasis Week

    Finally, An Event For Eczema and Psoriasis Patients Not Sponsored By the Pharmaceutical Companies Designed to Help Them Heal! This […]

  • Allergy Awareness Week 2019

    Every year, Allergy UK runs its Allergy Awareness Week, which this year takes place this week (from Monday 23rd April […]

  • Big Asthma Bake Sale

    Asthma awareness month Throughout May, we want as many people as possible, all over the country, to take part in […]

Intolerances & Digestive Disorders

Intolerances are normally enzyme based such as lactose intolerance where the body is not making enough of the digestive enzyme lactose to break down the milk sugar lactose – a contributory cause to IBS.

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