Entries tagged with “Allergies”.
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Tue 3 Jul 2012
Gluten free is the latest health buzz going around. You may have noticed more and more items at the grocery store touting themselves to be gluten free. So, is gluten free always healthy?
First, I do believe that most people are sensitive to gluten. I have seen it first hand in myself and my family and just about all of my clients. Unless you have a severe allergy, in most cases, a typical doctor will not test you and determine that you have a gluten intolerance. For many, the awareness comes when they eliminate gluten from their diet and see the difference. For some it means that their children’s behaviors change and tantrums occur less frequently, for others it may mean that gastrointestinal issues cease, or perhaps weight loss. (more…)
Thu 6 Oct 2011
Allergies can be a real pain! They leave your head in a fog, your face screaming for pressure relief, your ears clogged and your nose running as if it were in a marathon. There are many different ways to manage your allergies and to prevent them. One simple way: manage your indoor air quality.
Having a high quality, indoor air purifier can mean the difference between carrying around a box of tissues all day or not. It can also mean the difference between getting a good night’s rest or not.
There are a lot of different air purifiers out there. It is recommended to get an air purifier with a HEPA filter. The air purifiers I use in my own (and also offer for sale) are IQ Air purifiers. I, personally, feel that that are head and shoulders above the rest. Unlike most other air purifiers, they filter over 100x more pollutants than the average air purifier with its patented HyperHepa technology. In fact, they are the same units used and trusted by hospitals worldwide.
IQ Air filters stand out above the rest because they have been proven to filter out the ultrafine particles (smaller than 0.1 microns), which are known to be the most harmful to our health. These particles are the most dangerous ones because they are small enough to breathe into your lungs and then absorbed into your blood stream. These smaller particles also represent the bulk of the pollutants in our air (over 90% of airborne particles are 0.1 microns or smaller). On average, IQAir would remove 99 out of 100 pollutants in the air, as opposed to removing only 5 to 10, between 5-10% of airborne pollutants that a standard HEPA filter would remove.
You can learn more about the IQ Air purifiers at www.IQAir.com and then send an email to Danielle@GetNaturallyHealthy.com to get an incredible deal!
Order your HealthPro Plus today and breathe healthy air tomorrow!
Sun 15 May 2011
Sending warm and grateful thoughts to you. I have officially ended my dependence to OTC allergy medication. Living in San Antonio that is a tremendously big deal where even people’s pets suffer from sneezing fits. Regular nasal irrigation is still a must and I have homeopathic allergy pellets for any major irritation but it’s nice to have one more less thing to be dependent on. Working those few years in group homes where we had to “sanitize” with all sorts of chemicals on a daily basis literally almost did me in and moving to San Antonio just increased my misery as my immune system was so severely compromised. I’m literally “buzzing” around the house thanks to you. Have a wonderful and blessed day.
Tue 10 May 2011
Whether is be seasonal allergies or an allergic reaction to something specific, there is one homeopathic remedy that always seems to do the trick for me and is definitely worth way more than its weight in gold…. (more…)
Sat 7 May 2011
Yes, what you eat and drink can make a huge difference when it comes to seasonal allergies. Here are some things to indulge in: (more…)
Sun 1 May 2011
With allergy season here many are wondering how they can help ward off the sniffles. If you are looking to avoid some of the allergy season discomfort here are some supplement suggestions: (more…)
Thu 21 Apr 2011
We all love spring. The beautiful bloom, the shining sun, and a break from old man winter. For many people though, spring can also be a season of dread as it marks the beginning of weeks of sniffles, sinus pain, headaches, and maybe even infection. Yes, allergy season is not fun. And, I know this all too well.
Fortunately, I work every year to minimize my own allergies and can now survive the season with little disruption to my busy life. There are several things I credit this to but, first and foremost is the most powerful allergy season tool that exists: (more…)