Climate change is a known contributor to changes in the lifecycles & even biological processes of plants & it’s making our allergies worse!
Use these tips to fight springtime allergies in an eco-friendly way….
Hygiene Hypothesis Says Mess Is Best Exposure to More Bacteria & Viruses Seems To Be Trick to Staying Healthy
According to the “Hygiene Hypothesis,” less exposure to bacteria & viruses during childhood could explain the rise in allergic diseases in recent decades.
Seasonal allergies are upon us, but there are plenty of natural remedies worth exploring, from stinging nettle, to apple cider vinegar to acupuncture…
“Cow’s milk yogurt is packed with calcium, protein and Vitamin D,” says Althea Zincowski, a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association. People who are allergic to milk products, or very lactose intolerant, can try a non-milk soy-based yogurt. Most, but not all of the lactose (natural milk sugar) in yogurt is digested by beneficial bacteria, so the majority of lactose-intolerant people can eat yogurt unless they are very sensitive. For a more exotic flavor or animal alternative to cow’s milk, there are also goat’s milk and sheep’s milk yogurts.