Suffering from seasonal allergies? If you said yes, then this is podcast is for you!
I can feel your pain. I have been a life-long allergy sufferer, some years being tolerable and some years bringing such suffering I couldn't even function without medication (though medication brought problems of its own). However, I am now allergy-free and have been for several years.
In today's podcast, I'm going to share my story and how I healed my allergies, plus give you ideas for doing the same. Please know that I'm not giving any medical advice in this episode, merely sharing my story.
P.S. That's not me in the picture. 😉
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Tip of the Week: Help Your Allergies By Giving Up Modern Wheat
If you only try one thing to help your seasonal allergies, let it be: don't eat modern wheat beginning now and through the allergy season. In my experience, this one thing can have a dramatic effect on how you feel.
- Why I'm On The GAPS Diet
- Wise Traditions article by Tom Cowan, M.D.
- Pollen is NOT the Problem by Sarah Pope @ The Healthy Home Economist
- GAPS Diet articles
- The GAPS Book
- GAPS Class
- GAPS Starter Bundle
- Neti Pot
- Jovial Foods Einkorn Flour
- Home Remedies from Laurie Neverman @ Common Sense Homesteading
- How I Fixed My Seasonal Allergies from Donna @ Cultured Food Life
- Fermented Foods recipes
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