Category Archives for "food allergy"

Treatment for High IGE Levels in Asthma and Food Allergies

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​​Before you begin treatment for high IgE levels ​you need to first understand the underlying cause. Many different issues, ranging from parasites to allergies, can elevate IgE levels. ​  Bookmark this page or subscribe to my newsletter because this page is updated on an ongoing basis.  Quick Navigation What is IgE? How are IgE Levels measured? What […]

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The Hygiene Hypothesis and Asthma and Allergies and Eczema: An Epidemic of Absence

Epidemic of Absence

​The hygiene hypothesis and asthma… and allergies… and eczema….essentially ​links the lack of ​exposure to microbes, parasites, infectious disease… ​to a miseducated immune system manifesting in things like asthma, food allergies, eczema, MS, Crohns… you name it.  ​​At its core, the hygiene hypothesis ​asserts that we have evolved to co-exist with these other symbiotic and […]

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20 Vitamins for Allergies, Asthma, and Modulating the Immune System

vitamins that reduce alleriges, asthma, and modulate the immune system

I think you’ll agree with me when I say: Allergies and Asthma seem IMPOSSIBLE to heal, change, or improve. Or are they? Well it turns out that you can dramatically decrease your allergy and asthma symptoms, along with IgE levels, by taking THE RIGHT VITAMINS. I’ve updated my list, which you can read here: Allergy […]

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Talking Updates on Chinese Herbs and Food Allergies

Chinese Herbs for food allergies, eczema, and asthma

Chinese Herbs for Food Allergies, Eczema, and Asthma If you or anyone you love lives with food allergies, eczema, and/or asthma you follow the work of Dr. Xiu-Min Li. Henry Ehrlich spoke with me about his new book “Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Science, and the Fight Against Allergic Disease” which he co-authored with Dr Xiu-Min […]

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Nanoparticles: The Cure for Food Allergies and Asthma?

Nanoparticles  with  Peanut  Protein  Intravenously Deliver  Tolerance I  was honored to speak with Dr Stephen Miller of Northwestern University Medical School.  I emailed him after a reader had directed me to the study press release discussing how he and his team had ‘turned off peanut allergy.’ In the interview, Dr Miller discusses that mouse model […]

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