Posts Tagged ‘ asthma ’

Breastfeeding – Toxins in Breast Milk

Chronic inflammatory health issues are on the rise in children. Conditions such as asthma, eczema, irritable bowel, and autism are increasing at an alarming rate. These conditions all have one thing in common, toxic overload. Although breast milk is still the best food for nursing babies, we need to become aware and concerned about...

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Seasonal Allergies Hayfever

With spring comes fresh grass and weeds, and those itchy eyes, that runny nose, sneezing, and for some, asthma attacks, and chronic sinus headaches! Over the counter anti-histamines have limited effect and either ramp you up, increase your appetite or make you drowsy; and they only last a few hours. Getting weekly shots from...

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WHY SO MUCH MUCOUS? a Homeschooling Guide

2010/06/24 Published Do you or your children have chronic sinus congestion? Are mornings filled with the sound of coughing to clear lungs of mucous congestion? Do you or your children wake up and need to blow your nose? Do you find yourself clearing your throat during the day feeling like thick sticky mucous gathers...

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Anna Manayan

Anna Manayan