Causes of Allergies

Do you or someone you know suffer from nagging symptoms that have occurred suddenly and then persisted indefinitely? Do the symptoms consist of rashes, chronic sinus congestion, itchy eyes, sneezing, wheezing, acid reflux, indigestion, heart burn, episodic headache or migraine, brain fog, sudden fatigue especially shortly after eating, irritable bowel, constipation or diarrhea especially after eating certain foods, craving specific foods, feeling hyperactive after eating certain foods, having vague migrating joint and/or muscle pains and aches, chronic stiff neck and shoulder muscles, slow healing tendons, or feeling “off” after taking a food, supplement, hormone or medication? These are all signs suggestive of immune activation that lead to the development of chronic inflammatory conditions such as asthma, eczema, psoriasis, irritable bowel, chronic fatigue, seasonal allergies, food allergies, food sensitivities, ADD/ADHD, OCD, arthralgia and lyme disease. Find out how the body develops these immune triggers that lead to chronic inflammatory conditions.  Please continue reading

 

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Anna Manayan

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