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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Link Found Between Food Allergies and Farm Antibiotics

When 80% of the antibiotics in our country are used by the food industry, why are doctors being blamed for creating superbugs? Physicians and patients are comprehending the idea that antibiotics should be a last resort for typical infections. But is our food system?

Opt for organic foods and naturally raised animal products. Food allergies can be reversed with clean food and increasing microdose exposure.

Also, remember that an allergy medication is not a fix, it's a patch.

And, given rest and a healing environment, we have a very sophisticated system working for us. Saying you don't have time to get sick and opting for an antibiotic will often create future problems by disrupting our body's natural flora.


"Researchers now claim to have identified the first case in which a serious allergic reaction was traced to an antibiotic pesticide.5, 6 In this case, a 10-year old girl suffered a severe allergic reaction to blueberry pie.

The culprit turned out to be a streptomycin-containing pesticide that had been applied to the blueberries. According to lead author Dr. Anne Des Roches, this is "the first report that links an allergic reaction to fruits treated with antibiotic pesticides."


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