Allergy Free in 5 Days (Foods, Dander, Dust, Seasonal, Etc.)

By Michael Edwards, www.organiclifestylemagazine.com
November 19, 2019 Updated: November 19, 2019
By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine

I used to have allergies. Many foods were on my allergy list as well as pollen, dust, bug bites, bees, cats, and sometimes dogs. I was able to rid myself of all of these allergies. I can even eat foods that once put me in the hospital.

For many people, allergies are their only health issue. I know young people that have never known significant illness other than allergies. There are also plenty of health nuts who have learned all they could  about natural health, brought their body to a healthier state, and still have allergies left to deal with.

Allergies tend to be thought of by even the most unconventional naturopaths as a genetic curse. If you have them, you have them, and you’re stuck with them. But in every single case that I have ever had where somebody asked me what they can do to eliminate their allergies, when the person followed through with my advise, they all were able to rid themselves of allergies.

Sugar Causes Allergies

This photo taken on April 8, in Paris, shows gluten-free candys displayed for tasting during the "Le salon des allergies alimentaires et des produit sans"(Food Allergy and Allergy-friendly Products Show)). / AFP / Elliott VERDIER (Photo credit should read ELLIOTT VERDIER/AFP/Getty Images)
(Elliott Verdier/AFP/Getty Images)

In most cases, at least 9 out of 10, eliminating sugar does the trick. This includes agave nectar, carrot and beet juice, brown rice syrup, sugar cane juice, fructose, molasses, and any other refined sugar.  Sugar feeds Candida. Candida multiply and poop. Their poop is toxic to us. It doesn’t matter what kind of sugar it is, Candida eat sugar.

Wheat Causes Allergies

This photo taken on April 8, in Paris, shows gluten-free sandwiches displayed during the "Le salon des allergies alimentaires et des produit sans" (Food Allergy and Allergy-friendly Products Show)). / AFP / Elliott VERDIER (Photo credit should read ELLIOTT VERDIER/AFP/Getty Images)
(Elliott Verdier/AFP/Getty Images)

Wheat is not what it used to be. The protein molecule is different. It’s been changed into a protein our bodies cannot digest. It’s toxic to us. It’s causing serious digestion problems. This leads to allergies. Also, bread is made with lots of refined ingredients that feed our parasites like sugar does.

Alcohol Causes Allergies

(Photo credit FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
(Fred Tanneau/AFP/Getty Images)

Alcohol is very toxic to the body. The damage that alcohol does feeds parasites like Candida and bacteria. Alcohol puts a toll on the liver, and an overtaxed liver almost always leads to allergies.

Alcohol contains fermented yeast and sugars – both ingredients that feed the Candida already living in your body. To top it off, alcohol acts as a stimulant that triggers the release of blood sugar stores, thus making sugar for the Candida.

Alcohol kills friendly bacteria.

Refined Foods Causes Allergies

White flour, any kind of flour, white rice, chips, and processed “healthy” junk foods are all refined sugars to the body.

Dairy Causes Allergies

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Pasteurized and homogenized cow’s milk is hard on our liver and it feeds all parasites just as well as sugar.

Allergy Free in Just 5 Days!

If you’re someone who takes care of themself, eats lots of produce, and simply needs to make that last step into total health by eliminating some sugars, you’ll likely find yourself allergy free in just a few days of very clean eating. Other people who are not as healthy may take longer, but with a very strict diet, most allergies are still typically gone in about 5 to 7 days.

You may be thinking to yourself, “Well what can I eat?” Whole foods. Fresh raw produce is the best. Vegetables are better than fruit, especially for those who suffer from Candida overgrowth. It won’t take long. It’s no more than a week out of your life. Give it a try. And then you can slowly work with your diet to figure out your specific triggers that cause allergies. For me it’s alcohol. I rarely drink, but when I do, if it’s more than a couple of drinks, my allergies creep back.

*Image of “eye” via Andrew Goloida/Flickr/CC BY

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