Spring Allergies

Spring Allergy Information
            Spring allergies affect an estimated
25 million Americans. Airborne pollen is the most common cause of seasonal
allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis.
An estimated
80 percent of your immune system is located in your gut, so supporting your
digestive health is essential to also supporting your immune system, which is
your primary defense system against ALL disease, including allergies and asthma.

Processed
food, GE ingredients and synthetic additives all decimate the beneficial
bacteria in your gut, thereby having a negative effect on your immune system.
Ideally, you’ll want to avoid processed foods, focusing on organic,
locally-grown foods instead, and include fermented foods in your diet to
optimize your gut flora.

A number of
foods and herbs can help alleviate allergy symptoms, including hot pepper,
quercetin, butterbur, golden seal and eucalyptus oil.

The root of
many health problems is related to an imbalance of intestinal bacteria, and
this foundation of good health is laid even while in utero.

A recent
analysis of available clinical trials found that women who take probiotics—i.e.
healthy bacteria—during pregnancy reduce their child’s risk of developing
allergies

Providing
abundant probiotics in the form of fermented foods is one of the most powerful
ways to restore your baby’s beneficial gut flora; raw, organic grass-fed yogurt
is well tolerated by most infants and children.

Recent
research shows probiotics can put those suffering with psoriasis, ulcerative
colitis and/or chronic fatigue syndrome into remission, and reduce chances of
relapse.

At Natural
Health, we work hard to get patients diet corrected and use probiotic and gut
healing supplements to strengthen the immune system. We CAN help.

Call Today to make your appointment!  217-228-2040

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