Allergies; What Can We Do?

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I don’t know anyone who does not have an allergy to something and most  of us have many but we are still able to function relatively well.  We manage to go to work, take care of our families, homes, pets and find things in life to enjoy.  What do we do if the allergies are overwhelming or debilitating?  We all know people that suffer greatly from either allergies to pollen, pet dander, household chemicals and even worse, food allergies. While any allergy can make our lives a living hell if bad enough; food allergies can kill us. They can be slow as in the case of gluten intolerance to very quickly in the case of a severe nut allergy.

Today I am focused on food allergies for they are the most dangerous. The idea to write this was sparked by an article I read this morning and the fact that my best friend had really bad allergy symptoms this week.  She felt really bad on Thursday and Friday but it was better yesterday and today; maybe because of the cold front that came through Friday morning and cleaned the air. The article was written by Ann Marie Michaels who at the age of 25 was very sick from her various allergies.  She talks about her struggle to eliminate her allergies by changing what she ate; she did do that but it took her over two years.  When she did it; she had no help or guidelines to follow and had to use the trail and error method, but she succeeded.  She now has an online course that is available to others that gives them the information they can use to do the same thing.  She has a step by step plan plus recipes to help you fix healthy nutritious meals to heal the damages to your body from allergies.  It is not just a case of a little sneezing or watery eyes, there can be serious problems caused by certain allergies.

I am giving you the link to the article  Reversing Food Allergies and hope if you have these types of allergies this will be a big help to you. If you purchase the on line course I will not be compensated in any way. I am strictly sharing this information.

Thanks for visiting, you are always welcome here. May you and yours have a healthy and happy day.       David Johnson

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