Foods To Avoid

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Do You Know Which Foods To Avoid For Optimum Health?

Most of us know that food itself cannot be considered poisonous. Very few of us know that pleomorphic bacteria, yeast, and fungus and their toxins, which are characteristically present in stored and fermented food, are using our food chain as a Trojan Horse.

How To Eat Fruit Correctly

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Managing Hay Fever Symptoms

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Best Tips For Managing Hay Fever Symptoms

“Hay fever” or seasonal allergic rhinitis affects millions of people around the world. Most common in early spring, hay fever symptoms develop as a reaction to allergens (allergy-causing substances) in the air, most notably to pollens in the early spring.

Hay Fever Triggers

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Hay Fever Triggers And Symptoms; How To Avoid Them.

There is no proven way to avoid getting hay fever, but you can prevent allergy symptoms by avoiding the hay fever triggers, that start your reactions.

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While the evidence is not clear yet, doctors think reducing a child’s exposure to allergy-causing substances such as dust mites may help delay or prevent inheriting hay fever.

How Hay Fever Affects The Body

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Hay Fever? What Is It?

Hay Fever or as it is also known, Allergic Rhinitis, occurs when your immune system overreacts to particles in the air that you breathe — you are allergic to them. Your immune system attacks the particles in your body, causing symptoms such as sneezing and a runny nose.