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Mar
06

Amazing Laser For Pain Relief

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I just heard from Sandi Radomski from Allergy Antidotes. She was raving about her new laser that is amazing for pain relief.

This is what she says about her experience of using it:

“First, I saw the results for my significant other Howard. Two weeks ago he woke up with a crinked neck. He was unable to turn his head and was clearly guarding his movements. He looked pretty bad and certainly not in shape to go to our dance class two days later. I suggested using the laser but he kept saying it always takes a long time (at least a week or more) when this happens to his neck.  He used the SL50 for a few moments.  He easily programed the timer for his desired three minutes.  He repeated again that it always takes a long time to get better.  He lasered several times during the day.  The next morning he woke up able to turn his head.  He said he was “amazed, absolutely amazed” because he had relief in so short a time. And he was ready for our dance class.  Mission accomplished.

Treating Allergies With A Healing LaserIt has been found that stimulating acupuncture or reflex points on the body, whilst holding an allergic substance, calms the system down and tells the body that it is safe.

How It All Started

As with many great inventions, Dr Devi Nambudripad found this out quite by accident. For years she had been suffering from asthma, bronchitis and muscle aches and pains. It got to a point where  she would lose consciousness if she ate anything other than broccoli or white rice. One day whilst she was waiting for her rice to cook she ate some pieces of carrot. She told her husband to bring her acupuncture needles immediately and she put them in.

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Feb
01

Signs Of Allergies In Children

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Allergies In Children - Signs To Look Out For

Some signs of allergies in children can be quite obvious but sometimes you need to really look for them. I have written this post to help make it easier for you to identify these signs of allergies in your child.

 

Dr Doris Rapp says that we should look for:

  • Red earlobes or cheeks
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Wrinkles under the eyes
  • Puffy bags under the eyes
  • Glassy, glazed eyes
  • Nose rubbing or nose crease across the centre of the nose from always pushing it upwards

 

The Allergy Kit

Then look for a child who:

  • Has allergic relatives
  • Acts like “Dr Jeckill and Mr Hyde”
  • Earns “A’s” ond day and “F’s” the next
  • Cannot write, draw or do maths at times
  • Has poor school grades in relation to I.Q
  • Craves certain foods or odours
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Jan
18

Definition Of Allergy

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My Definition Of An AllergyThere seems to be some confusion about the definition of allergy. This dates back to 1925 when opinions in the medical world split and two camps were formed. I would like to try to clear this confusion by explaining a simplified medical definition, my allergy definition and the definition of others who I respect working in the allergy field.

Medical Allergy Definition

The medical profession tends to define an allergy as causing the activation of immunoglobulin type E(IgE) antibodies. However millions of people experience many allergic symptoms every day without producing these antibodies. The medical profession would call these sensitivities, hypersensitivities and intolerances, not allergies.

Some Alternative Allergy Definitions

Dr Devi Nambudripad, who developed NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques) states that, “An allergy is an adverse physical, physiological, and/or psychological response of an individual towards one or more substances also known as allergens”.

Categories : Allergies
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Allergy To Wheat Symptoms

 

Wheat allergy symptoms can come on straight after exposure to wheat or can take up to 72 hours. This is common of  most food allergies  or intolerances and it’s the reason why it can be so difficult to detect what we are actually allergic to without using muscle testing.

Today I want to look at what the typical wheat allergy symptoms or wheat intolerance symptoms are and what options are available to relieve the suffering.

Before we go on I would like to point out that we are dealing solely with wheat allergy, not gluten allergy, which will be the topic of another post.

 

Some wheat allergy symptoms to look out for are:

  • Itching in areas like the mouth and throat
  • Behavioural problems
  • Rash or hives
  • Intermitent or daily diarrhea, constipation, nausea and flatulence or belching
Categories : Allergies
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I really did have an amazing Christmas this year thanks to using  my healing laser and ‘Ask & Receive’ .

That stressful feeling

In the lead up to Christmas, I could feel the stress starting to build up as it does every year. I love spending time with my family. The whole family goes to my Mum’s house, which is great but after a couple of days of being together sometimes things get a bit tense. I am sure you will know what I mean!

Tempers get frayed when we all try to have a say in how to cook the Christmas dinner. My Mum and her partner always end up arguing on Christmas night whilst we are playing Trivial Pursuit or some other kind of quiz game! Towards the end I am pleased to be going home, even though I was really looking forward to going there.

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Ask & Receive Helps My Son Get An 'A' In His Exam!On Friday my son had to take a maths exam to try to raise his predictated grades for his universtiy application.

His teachers predicted a ‘C’ . They said that they would prepare an exam for him. If he did well they might give him a ‘B’.

He only had one evening to prepare which he wasn’t happy about but he set to work. I started doing ‘Ask & Receive’ which I learned from Sandi Radomski for him to help calm him down and focus.

How I did Ask & Receive

I started by saying,

“There’s a part of his being that already knows how to be calm, relaxed and focused

And that part of his being is willing to inform the rest of him now

It is doing so now with grace and ease

His mind body and spirit are receiving this information

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Allergy healingAllergy Healing – that’s what I help people do – heal their allergies!

I am SO grateful that I found Sandi Radomski and Dr Devi Nambudripad. They have made so any break-throughs in the world of Allergy Healing and have taught me so much.

I see so many people all around me every day coughing and spluttering or just generally looking very ill and I just want to shout out, “It doesn’t have to be that way you know. You don’t have to live like this!”

The sad truth is that they have probably been to the doctor and after having lots of tests there doesn’t seem to be anything ‘wrong’ with them. They know there definitely isn’t anything ‘right’ about feeling this awful but if the doctor says they can’t find anything wrong they have to resign themselves to the fact that it is either all in their mind or they are a hypochondriac.

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Nov
24

Common Allergies In Children

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Allergies In Children - What Are The Most Common?Today I wanted to take a look at some of the most common allergies in children, as well as allergy related conditions;  their symptoms and the culprits that are most likely to trigger them.

As I have said before, allergies are on the increase.  NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) say that there is a 500% rise in hospital admissions of children due to food allergies in the past 20 years (NICE).

Let’s take a look at some of the more common allergens for children. They are:

  1. Foods
  2. Pollens
  3. Dust
  4. Dust mites
  5. Animal dander (skin, saliva and urine on hair or fur)
  6. Feathers
  7. Cosmetics
  8. Moulds/molds
  9. Chemicals used for cleaning, air fresheners and chemicals on clothes and furniture
  10. Medicines (especially penicillin)
  11. Vaccines
  12. Venom from insect stings

 
The Allergy Kit

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Can Healthy Food Make Us Fat?Have you tried to lose weight so many times but always seem to fail? Been on every diet there is but just can’t seem to stick to them? Feel like you eat ‘healthy’ food but still feel fat?  You shouldn’t get down on yourself because it’s probably not your fault. It could be down to allergy related food reactions. Food reactions play a huge part in our success with weight loss.

 

What are the signs that I could have allergy related food reactions?

Some signs that you could have food allergies are:

  • Feeling bloated after a normal sized meal.
  • Mood being affected by certain foods.
  • Not being able to shift that last 5 to 15 pounds.
  • Wanting and eating the same types of food every day.
  • Indigestion, heartburn, wind/gas or acid reflux problems.
  • Swollen hands, feet or ankles, puffy face or a double chin.
Categories : Food Allergies
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