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Are you one of the fifty million Americans who suffer from allergies?
Fight back with these delicious living foods remedies!
You dont have to put up with the effects of allergies. By simply adding more living foods to your diet and eliminating the foods that can cause allergic reactions such as milk and wheat, you can bring your allergies under control naturally. Additionally, living foods have significant anti-inflammatory effects that help mitigate the damage even minor reactions can cause.
With recipes and recommendations for healing teas, juices, smoothies, and meals this quick guide helps you
· Eat natural, healthy foods every day and watch your allergies and asthma symptoms subside
· Safely eliminate toxins from your body to help your organs function more efficiently
· Experience more energy and a higher level of wellness
Discover a way of eating that will help you feel and look alive and vibrant each and every day of your life. A healthier life truly does await you!
An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from all types of allergies. Now readers can fight back naturally with these delicious juice remedies.
Living foods (raw foods) contain biophotons that are essential for the cellular health of our bodies. By simply adding more raw foods to your diet and eliminating the foods that tend to cause allergic reactions such as milk and wheat, you can bring your allergies under control naturally. Additionally, living foods have significant anti-inflammatory effects on our bodies helping mitigate the damage even minor reactions can cause. The Juice Lady's Remedies for Asthma and Allergies will include:
- Healing teas, juices, and smoothies
- Green smoothies that pack a powerful punch of phytonutrients and antioxidants
- Raw food recommendations
- An introductory section that provides tips on choosing the best juicer and the best produce, as well as tips for prepping, cleaning, storing juices and smoothies, and more!
About the Author
Cherie Calbom, MS, is the author of The Juice Ladys Turbo Diet, The Juice Ladys Living Foods Revolution, and Juicing for Life, which has nearly two million books in print in the United States. Known as The Juice Lady” for her work with juicing and health, Cherie has taped HealthWatch for CNN and has appeared in Shape, First for Women, Womens World, Mens Journal, Vogue, Quick and Simple, Marie Claire, and Elle Canada. Cherie earned a masters degree in nutrition from Bastyr University, where she now serves on the Board of Regents, and has practiced as a clinical nutritionist at St. Luke Medical Center in Bellevue, Washington.