For all the controversy as to whether a good deal of foods, indeed, affect a person’s environmental allergies and sinus issues, there is one thing certain: Most people will respond affirmatively, when asked if their condition was bettered after discontinuing the use of a good deal of specific foods.
At least, this has been the experience of many, as well as mine, who had suffered from those two ailments and tried this simple experiment for a amount of time of assorted days. This “empirical approach”-by practical experimentation-remedy, altho little known and not scientific, has been, in a heap of cases, a welcome solution in the treatment of those two health issues. The results have been consistent and consequently difficult to gainsay in the real world.
Three foods seem to stand out as real oppositions of those suffering from environmental allergies and sinus disorders such as: Sinus pressure, PND (post-nasal-drip), chronic production of green and yellow mucus, sinusitis, etc. Those three foods are: dairy products, sugar and eggs. The list of “bad foods” is much longer, but those three, possibly, hold “the worst” preeminence.
Sugar and dairy products
Nutritional and medical science, as well as government authorities, are sounding the warning alarm when it comes to the effects of sugar in humane health: Harvard University researchers, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, a bone disease expert from Tufts University are all saying, basically, the same: The intermediate consumption of sugar in the USA is too high and this may be very damaging to our health. Although their warnings are for the ordinary population it is connotation may add further and added believability to the negative effects of sugar for the two groups we are taking into account in this article: Those dealing with allergy and sinus issues.
As for dairy products, already in the late 1800′s a great deal of nutrition experts were expressing that “milk develops phlegm.” That far back likewise sugar had already been singled out as being “injurious to health,” when taken in big quantities. Moreover, substantial amounts of milk and sugar when taken together, it was stated, form the equivalent of alcohol in the stomach.
We will have to bear in mind, in balance, that not everyone reacts the same way to things put into the body, whether it be food, drug medication, an aspirin or even water. But it is good to recognise that when a great deal of allergy or sinus sufferers stopped using those three foods there was a remarkable betterment of her or his condition.
Some healthful living advocates would insist that eggs may be just as detrimental, when dealing with those health issues, as sugar and dairy productions are. Again, some are in all likelihood more susceptible to this feed than others. Yet one may experiment with it to see whether in fact it will have to be placed in one’s own list of “bad foods.”
Some may be concerned regarding getting undernourished if those three foods were to be significantly scaled down or eliminated. The good news is, however, that because our American diet is already protein heavy it could turn out to be, in a heap of cases, a benediction in disguise.
Having troubles with allergies and sinus issues such as: pressure, headache, drainage, chronic green or yellow mucus? Try eliminating or significantly reducing those three feed items and see what happens. The results could enjoyably surprise you as it did me and some others.
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