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Allergy Causes

by Allergy Guy

Why do people develop allergies in the first place?
There is not yet a definite, universal answer, but there is a lot of correlation between certain factors and developing allergies. Knowing these factors can help you to avoid developing more allergies (or developing allergies in the first place), and can help you to reverse some allergies.

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1 London Allergy Therapist February 23, 2010 at 11:23

The Cause of Allergy

When it comes to Type B allergic reactions (“food intolerance”), these issues are undoubtedly borne out of problems in the digestive tract. In cases of food intolerance, I always find dysbiosis (an imbalance of the good and bad bacteria in the intestines), and often fungal overgrowth. This is related to diets overly high in sugar, stress, or a lack of hydrochloric acid at the stomach.

Regards, Marek


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