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Asthma is Linked to Allergies

4/1/2015:  April is Allergies and Asthma Awareness Month

People who have food allergies can develop seasonal allergies to pollen.  This is called oral allergy syndrome.  The protein make up in the pollen and food can be almost identical and the human body becomes confused and reacts to the food that is similar to the pollen or vice versa. 

4/15/2015:  Asthma is Linked to Allergies

Asthma can be an abnormal response to a food that is eaten.  Inflammation is a food allergy symptom.  Asthma is a condition of inflammation of the lungs.  By eliminating specific foods, asthmatic reactions have been found to be reduced.[1]


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