Tag: allergies

Switching to Non-GMO Diet Led to Impressive Recovery From Health Problems

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Great news! A peer-reviewed survey showed that digestive problems, obesity, allergies and fatigue cleared up for a bulk of the people who switched to non-GMO food. When you’re the world’s most recognized GMO expert but mainstream science still fawns over GE crops – what can you do to warn people about health hazards…

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Probiotic Treatment Erased Peanut Allergy in 70 Percent of Children

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Last week Australian scientists announced a major breakthrough in treating peanut allergies – and it can last for up to four years! This news couldn’t come at a better time since hundreds of Americans die each year from food allergies and around 200,000 of the estimated 15 million Americans with food allergies will…

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Are Electromagnetic Frequencies The Microwave Industry’s Achilles Heel Or The “Allergy de Jour”?

By Catherine J. Frompovich As a retired practicing healthcare professional, I think I can consider myself fairly well versed in allergies and allergic reactions from both my studies and working with clients who experienced allergic reactions from foods to feathers to you name it! I learned there literally can be a thousand reactions the human…

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EpiPen Price Hikes Inspire “EpiPreneurs” to Create Affordable Alternatives

By Heather Callaghan, Editor The pharmaceutical company Mylan drew Internet and patient jeers after it became publicly apparent that it had hiked the price of the EpiPen to $600. The company acquired the epinephrine pen in 2007 and, back then, it was only $100. Furthermore, the product development was paid for by you – the…

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Pharmacist Finds A Way Around Govt-Protected Drug Maker — Makes EpiPen Alternative For $20

By John Vibes Pharmaceutical company Mylan has made news recently by raising the price of a popular and important drug. Mylan acquired a product by the name of EpiPen in 2007. At the time, the price of the product was approximately $100 per unit. However, the price quickly shot up to $600 after Mylan’s acquisition….

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There Is An Affordable “Do-It-Yourself” EpiPen, But Is It Worth the Risk?

By Alexis Henning Major price-gauging of the EpiPen has caused those with and without health insurance to panic and seek alternatives. Many of those who suffer from severe allergies have been outraged this week to find that Mylan, the company that produces the EpiPen, has skyrocketed to over $650 from $250 since 2013. The EpiPen…

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Histamine in Foods and Other Naturally Occurring Chemicals That Affect Health

By Catherine J Frompovich In July 2016, I published another book, Eat to Beat Disease, Foods Medicinal Qualities, which talks about how food ‘works’ in the body not only as nutrition but how it impacts either health or disease.  In numerous places in that book, I stress the relevance of “individual body chemistry” or what some…

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Top 18 Things Amazingly Treated By Acidophilus

By Brandon Turbeville and Heather Callaghan By now you are probably familiar with acidophilus, if nothing else, then from celebrity endorsed probiotic yogurt commercials. That’s because this friendly strain of bacteria has made it into the big leagues of scientific and media acceptance, stemming perhaps from the original frozen yogurt trends and public awareness about…

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