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Old 12-22-2004, 07:26 PM   #1
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Cool Overcoming allergies with supplements?

I have heard a lot of good things about food supplements like Reliv, IsaGenix, etc. I have allergies to everything under the sun(corn, soy, get stuffy with milk and wheat, etc.) and would like to get over them. Has anyone had good, bad, indifferent results with these supplements or any other natural or homeopathic ways of curing allergies? Thanks.
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Old 12-23-2004, 12:48 AM   #2
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Re: Overcoming allergies with supplements?

Unfortunately with supplements, some of them do not always list ALL the ingredients, so one has to be careful, especially if one has any plant allergies. I am allergic to well over fifty things, so generally I avoid supplements other than vitamins.

 
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Re: Overcoming allergies with supplements?

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I have heard a lot of good things about food supplements like Reliv, IsaGenix, etc. I have allergies to everything under the sun(corn, soy, get stuffy with milk and wheat, etc.) and would like to get over them. Has anyone had good, bad, indifferent results with these supplements or any other natural or homeopathic ways of curing allergies? Thanks.
Jesse
A lot of the good things you are hearing are probably via the folks with a financial interest in these products. They don't have to work to make money. There is no science involved, otherwise allergists would be promoting them.
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