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Allergies: Disease in Disguise

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Allergy is generally misunderstood. It can show up as almost any symptom, but is rarely diagnosed. Left untreated it can lead to serious degenerative disease. Asthma, migraines, arthritis, ulcers and obesity have all been linked to allergy. Fatigue, irritability, body aching, digestive problems and other vague ailments are typical of allergy. Allergies: Disease in Disguise is the first book ever to explain how to achieve complete and permanent recovery. Drugs may relieve or manage symptoms but will never make a ...
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Overview

Allergy is generally misunderstood. It can show up as almost any symptom, but is rarely diagnosed. Left untreated it can lead to serious degenerative disease. Asthma, migraines, arthritis, ulcers and obesity have all been linked to allergy. Fatigue, irritability, body aching, digestive problems and other vague ailments are typical of allergy. Allergies: Disease in Disguise is the first book ever to explain how to achieve complete and permanent recovery. Drugs may relieve or manage symptoms but will never make a person well. Alternative, healthful treatments, based on an understanding of what allergy is and how it works in the body, can heal the underlying allergic condition so that no further treatment of any kind is required. Dr. Bateson-Koch provides insight into why allergy is becoming more common, how it relates to environmental factors, food additives, diet, digestion, body chemistry, addiction, yeasts, molds, parasites and childhood illnesses -- and why enzymes are the key to healing. Following her program, you won't have to give up your pet, get allergy shots, rotate foods, keep diet diaries or cook allergy-free recipes for the rest of your life. You will not only recover and enjoy an allergy-free life, you will gain invaluable understanding of health and well-being.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780920470428
  • Publisher: Books Alive
  • Publication date: 1/1/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 206
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.46 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Preface xiii
1 Help for a Mysterious, Obscure Disorder Leona's Story as told by her Mother 1
2 Allergy: The Multiple Symptom Syndrome 13
3 Dogma Limits Healing 21
4 Five Key Concepts about Allergy 27
5 The Fascinating Life of an Allergen 35
6 Evidence of Allergy 43
7 The Secret of Food Allergy 57
8 The First Common Condition Leading to Allergy: Yeasts and Molds 71
9 The Second Common Condition Leading to Allergy: Parasites 83
10 The Third Common Condition Leading to Allergy: Digestive Difficulties 97
11 Enzymes: The Rescue Remedy 113
12 Acid-Base Balance is Essential 141
13 Calcium Facts and Myths 155
14 Fats and Oils: Surprising Link to Allergy 163
15 Six Unsuspected Allergic Conditions in Children 179
16 Chemical Allergies 205
17 How Thoughts and Emotions Affect Allergy 217
18 Energy Allergy: Introducing Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity 223
19 Seven Steps to Health 235
20 Frequently Asked Questions 255
21 Victory over Allergy 261
Appendix 1 263
Foods That May Contain Sugar 263
Foods that May Contain Yeast 264
Foods That May Contain Wheat 264
Foods That May Contain Milk 265
Foods That May Contain Eggs 266
Foods That May Contain Corn 266
Resources
Works Cited
Index
List of Figures
1 Classic Allergic Reaction 37
2 Enzyme Content of Foods 133
3 Active Plant Enzyme pH Range 135
4 Blood pH Range 142
5 The Cell Encounters Allergy 152
6 Improtant Pathways 166
7 Food Combining 250
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