Food Allergies May Increase Asthma Atttacks

Eliminating your allergies may be the key to breathing easier if you have asthma.

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Researchers from National Jewish Health and The University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine have found a correlation between food allergies and Asthma. Researchers compared food allergies for peanuts, cows milk, egg white and shrimp across all age groups for the general public, and patients that had been diagnosed with asthma, or had visited the emergency room for asthma in the last year.

Results showed that asthma sufferers were 3.8 times more likely to suffer from food allergies. The findings are published in the November 2010 issue of  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

Our own findings at the Digestion Relief Center demonstrate that many people no longer have asthma attacks once we have treated them for food sensitivities. 

Eliminating your food sensitivities may be the key to breathing easier if you have asthma.

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Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC offers natural relief for bowel problems and food sensitivities at the Digestion Relief Center in Chico California. He can be reached at 530-899-8741.

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