Food allergies are common and there are many substances in our environment that can cause allergic reactions. There are a number of ways in which we can reduce the severity of our bodies’ reactions to common allergies, starting with the foods that we eat. Nutrition helps to strengthen our immune systems, as well as helping us identify foods to which we may be adversely reacting.
Asthma effects the lives of millions of people, both the asthma sufferers and also their friends and family. It can be a frightening disease, sometimes striking seemingly without cause or pattern. Understanding asthma, and learning about natural therapies for this disease can be very helpful to those affected by this debilitating disease.
The term "common allergies" typically refers to any number of symptoms that represent our bodies' response to some irritant or inflammatory agent. When we think of the causes of common allergies, we usually think of pet dander, pollen, airborne pollution, foods such as peanuts, or drugs such as penicillin. However, while there are a number of things that can cause a direct, sometimes dangerous allergic reaction, there are probably a number of allergens causing us minor symptoms that we may not realize are due to allergic reactions.
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