Food allergies and seasonal allergies are both incomplete immune responses. So, saying you are allergic to something just means your body does not give a complete immune response to that it. Actually, there are many different ways that the body can give the incomplete response. Now, look at the chart of allergic reactions below. Remember, each allergic reaction starts with the same problem, an incomplete immune response. Isn’t it time you asked why your immune system is giving an incomplete response?
Understanding Food and Seasonal Allergy Responses
The food and seasonal allergy response usually involves an over production of the amino acid histidine. This overproduction is an attempt to complete the immune response. Why? At Optimum Health, we think it is due to the body trying to compensate for the amino acids that are missing. So, if you don’t have enough of an amino acid, the body seems to compensate by making extra histidine. Then, the histidine gets turned into histamine. In turn, an excessive amount of histamine is created. Finally, the large amounts of histamine causes a runny nose, sneezing and watery eyes. It also causes itchy skin, reddened skin and nearly all of the other allergy symptoms.
Allergy Remedy: Healing from Allergies with Protein
Healing from allergies is simply a matter of giving your body plenty of complete protein sources each day. Complete proteins have all eight of the amino acids that your body cannot make. Once you get those eight, you can make the rest of the 22 amino acids needed to give a complete immune response and eliminate allergies in most cases. It really is just that simple!
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