Food Allergies and Six Reasons Why You May Have Them
Food allergies are a sign all is not well with your health. Don't just look at ways to relieve the problem. Look at why you have the problem in the first place.
Food allergies, like other allergies and maladies, are a sign your immune system is compromised. This can come about because you are doing things that prevent your body's natural ability from dealing with health problems as they arise.
A healthy person's immune system will be gently in action all the time, unbeknown to you.
But a seriously compromised immune system will show up as permanent health problems, such as allergies.
Here are some of the reasons for a compromised immune system and how you may be ensuring your food allergies remain. Knowing the reasons can go a long way to showing you how to resolve the problem.
- Eating fast, junk and processed food is a great way to compromise your immune system.
- Vaccines and medication all lower your immune system.
- Lack of sun may destroy you immunity.
- Allowing stresses of work, home and relationships to build up unresolved is the best way to knock your health.
- If you don't get your optimum amount of rest and sleep, you can be sure you will never be healthy.
- By not taking regular exercise, especially gentle exercise outside in nature, the nails will be piling into your coffin of self destruction.
Many people feel that they just have to put up with health problems, that it is just part of them.
They are so wrong!
There is a cure for everything. A natural cure for everything. But you need to take control of your health to achieve it. It's no good giving your health care to someone else. No-one cares about your health as much as you do. No-one knows as much about you as you do.
So it's logical to assume, that no-one can help you as much as you can.
Start today, make some changes that suit you, that are realistic and that feel right for where you are right now. Then make gradual changes every day, every week or every month, whatever suits you. But make them consistently. And, in no time, your food allergies will either disappear or be so mild as to not worry you.