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Recommended supplements: Beta ACE powder and tablets, mediherb echinacea premium,Tresos B Multivitamin, livton (if food allergies are present), krill oil and fish oil. 

Food Allergies: Bioceuticals Intestamine, Bioceuticals sb floractiv, Bioceuticals multigest enzymes

Whether you're one of the millions already sniffling and sneezing, or you've never yet been bothered by seasonal allergies -- Hang onto your hankies! Several studies show that global warming is directly affecting pollen production. As our planet heats up, plants are responding by putting out more pollens leading to an increase in allergies and asthma.  

Vitamins A, C, E, Zinc and flavanoids are the high antioxidants. Vitamin C in high doses can have a dramatic effect in improving allergy symptoms, particularly hay fever and asthma, due to its ability to counteract the inflammation responses that are part of such conditions. In clinical practice I have found most patients with pollen and food allergies, as well as asthma exacerbated by pollens, gained significant relief from a vitamin C, zinc and A formula. Otherwise known as Beta ACE.

Exaggerated immune reactions to common substances that are swallowed, injected, or inhaled, or that touch the skin or the eyes, allergies can make an otherwise healthy person feel miserable. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, choking, runny nose, sneezing, tearing, and itching. The skin, respiratory system, stomach, intestine, and the eyes are typically affected. Allergic reactions occur when the body starts producing antibodies to fend off allergens, the substances that provoke such discomfort and irritation.

The most common environmental allergens are grass and tree pollens, mold spores, dust mites, and animal dander. Such common disorders as eczema, hives, hay fever and asthma are often attributed to allergic reactions.

Certain common foods can trigger allergies. Items like eggs, corn, wheat, yeast, dairy products, citrus fruit, and food additives and preservatives. Foregoing these foods for three weeks, then reintroducing them one by one, may help identify the source of the problem. Smoking exacerbates allergic reactions.

Other sources responsible for allergies include nutritional deficiencies, a repetitive and monotonous diet, chemicals in the food chain due to pesticides and preservatives, and chronic intestinal yeast overgrowth or candida.

The digestive system has a link to all allergies and not just those caused by food. Proper digestion aids the body to clear out toxins. When digestion becomes impaired, a greater threshold of toxins, have to be dealt with and eventually the body becomes overwhelmed. This can lead to the exacerbated allergies.

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