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Allergies: Disease in Disguise : How to Heal Your Allergic Condition Permanently and Naturally Maff Hot

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Written by Maff     July 17, 2007    
 
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by Carolee Bateson-Koch

 

This book discusses how changes in the chemistry of the body can result in allergies. Particular attention is paid to digestion and the pH balance of the body. The book is clear, well laid out and very readable by anyone. The author describes at length the dietary changes that should be made to supply the body with sufficient digestive enzymes and alkaline minerals to normalize the body's pH. These are indeed important factors that anyone with environmental illnesses should look into. When these factors are corrected there is often a remarkable improvement in allergic symptoms and overall health.

 

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The author has had 25 years experience as a doctor of chiropractic and naturopathy treating allergic diseases. In this recently updated edition of her book she looks closely at the role that nutrition plays in allergic conditions. She challenges the old medical dogma regarding allergies and draws upon growing research demonstrating that nutrition that has a negative effect on the acid-alkaline (pH) balance of the body leads to increased incidences of allergic disease whilst positive nutritional habits such as eating "good" fats can help to treat them.

A great book for anyone suffering from allergies who has found little help in conventional allergy treatment.

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Maff Reviewed by Maff July 17, 2007
Last updated: July 30, 2009
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Excellent review of nutrition and allergies

The author has had 25 years experience as a doctor of chiropractic and naturopathy treating allergic diseases. In this recently updated edition of her book she looks closely at the role that nutrition plays in allergic conditions. She challenges the old medical dogma regarding allergies and draws upon growing research demonstrating that nutrition that has a negative effect on the acid-alkaline (pH) balance of the body leads to increased incidences of allergic disease whilst positive nutritional habits such as eating "good" fats can help to treat them.

A great book for anyone suffering from allergies who has found little help in conventional allergy treatment.

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