Over 50 Million Americans suffer with some form of allergy. Are you one of them? or do you know someone who has allergies?
What causes allergies?
There are many types of allergies but all of them can be linked to an 'enzyme deficiency.' Enzymes, as Dr. Edward Howell put it, are the "spark of life." Without enzymes life would not exist and nothing would happen - anywhere. Because enzymes are the bio-catalyst for ever chemical reaction in our bodies, when we begin loosing our 'enzyme potential' things stop working properly in our bodies.
In his famous book "Enzyme Nutrition," Dr. Howell explains that when our bodies are bombarded with cooked foods, toxins, negative emotions and other stressors, our metabolic enzyme pool is used up. What does that mean...well basically when our enzymes get used up we are not longer able to process and metabolize our nutrients like we used to. This results in UNDIGESTED FOOD PARTICLES that get stuck in our blood stream and tissues of our bodies.
When these foreign particles float around in our bodies they create what are known as allergens. And then when we are exposed to an irritating substance, such as cat fur, pollen, dust etc...those allergens are also irritated and our bodies begin to expel them at their best. Usually through the nose, lungs, skin etc...which leads to scratchy throat, red eyes, runny nose, rashes etc...
How Can Get Rid of Allergies Naturally?
You may have figured it out already, but obviously if you don't have the enzymes to break down those allergens floating around in the system naturally increasing your enzyme potential is going to be a vital, safe, natural solution to getting rid of allergies.
One of the BEST things you can do is EAT MORE LIVING FOODS - and Cultured Foods. When you eat foods that are high in enzymes you don't tax your digestive system and strip your enzyme pool. This can help get rid of allergies also.
If you are willing to try something new, enzyme therapy could be a crucial key to your success. To learn more about enzymes and enzyme therapy check out www.EnzymesAndProbiotics.com
The enzymes in particular that help digest allergens are Amylase and Protease. These two enzymes help break down undigested carbohydrates and proteins. Another great way to squash allergies is STOP EATING COOKED carbohydrates...this quickly going to rob your body of the essential enzymes needed for energy, brain function etc...
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