All About Asthma & Allergies

All About Asthma & Allergies
"Asthma doesn't seem to bother me anymore, unless I'm around cigars or dogs. The thing that would bother me most would be a dog smoking a cigar."
- Steve Allen, Comedian & Talk Show Host


To gasp for breath in an asthma attack is to feel a ghostly hand wring the last molecule of oxygen from your lungs then pinch closed the delicate passages that allow air to fill your chest.


It’s a desperate, hopeless feeling. If you’ve never experienced it, be thankful. If you have, you understand.


Asthma and allergies are two ways your body turns against itself. The reactions occur when your immune system turns against the commonplace. You breath in some pollen, a natural part of our environment. Then your system reacts like someone screaming fire in a crowded movie theater. A panicked stampede ensues within your body.


The reaction can take many forms. Asthma. Hives. Sneezing. Coughing. Eating wrong foods can trigger horrendous digestive reactions. A simple glass of milk can ruin the day for some folks.


Nutritional therapies can help you overcome allergy symptoms and improve your breathing. Severe symptoms require medical treatment, of course. However, the proper supplementation can make day-to-day life more bearable, and even quite a bit more comfortable.


Check out our nutritional offerings to find the support you need.




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