Asthma/Allergies

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Many people suffer from the symptoms of asthma-allergies. College-age adults (ages 18 to 24) are more likely to develop asthma than older adults. In the last decade, the number of people with asthma increased by 15 percent in fact in 2010, more than 18 million adults and 7 million children suffered from asthma. They are inflammatory and reactive conditions that often share underlying mechanism and/or triggers. Both represent an imbalance in the immune systems response to stimuli and are commonly managed with prescription medications. We find that if you reduce inflammation system-wide and balance the immune response conditions such as asthma and allergies become more easily managed with fewer medications or at times completely resolve. In order to accomplish this it is imperative to identify and remove environmental triggers including reactive and inflammatory foods. We also find asthmatic and allergic conditions to be associated with gastrointestinal health.