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  1. Sybil
    June 8, 2016

    I learned a lot from your post as regards allergies. I still have a question as regards pressure allergies. My mom has been suffering from it for a long time now and it's not food induced. Can an increased immunity can help. Thank you 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 4, 2016

      Hello Sybil,

      Yes, an increased immunity can definitely help. I would suggest a diet and supplement program to build up the immune system. A compromised immune system opens the door to allergies of every time. You mentioned pressure allergies? Are you referring to sinus related allergies?

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  2. A. Lynn Jesus
    September 1, 2014

    Wow! What an informative post! Luckily I don't have respitory allergies, but this post will be so helpful! I really liked knowing about the Vitamin D tip – that it should be D3 for easier absorption in the body! Everybody can benefit from that! Thanks for this post!

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    • Pat Moon
      September 2, 2014

      Hi A Lynn,

      Thank you for such a supportive comment. I’m glad you found the information helpful. Please feel free to share.

      Loved hearing from you.

      Pat

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  3. Heather Cameron
    September 1, 2014

    Great information and very timely as I sit here suffering from ragweed allergy. Generally my allergies are managed but when ragweed starts it definitely hits. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Pat Moon
      September 1, 2014

      Hi Heather,

      Typically when allergies flare up, it is a sign that your body has some issues with your immune system not being as strong as it should be. I strongly suggest the NeoLife Pro Vitality+ as the best supplement to get and keep the immune system in top working condition. When the immune system is functioning well, it can throw off those allergens with maybe a few sneezes and you’re on your way.

      Start now to avoid the next ragweed triggers.

      Pat

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  4. Marielle Altenor
    August 30, 2014

    Very informative post. I had not idea what adrenals were. I have really bad allergies to dust and pollen. The only time I have a moment where I can breath properly is when it is cold outside lol but then I get a runny nose from it (I can't win). 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 31, 2014

      Hi Marielle,

      There is hope for much improvement for your allergies to dust and pollen. Yes, you need to contact me right now to start working on improving your immune system and adrenals. If you do not take action, the allergies will only get worse and you will drag down your health to the breakdown point.

      Now is the time to get started because you can win this battle.

      Act now! Pat

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  5. Premiere Social Media
    August 30, 2014

    Very helpful. My son and I have terrible allergies! 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 31, 2014

      Oh, so sorry to hear that you and your son suffer from allergies. Please contact me so we can get you on a program of improving your immune systems so the allergies will not be so…. severe. Your life will be so much improved. Remember, if you do not take the right steps, they will most likely get worse as the years go by. There are long terms side effects from over use of allergy meds.

      Don’t wait!

      Pat

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  6. Joan Harrington
    August 29, 2014

    Thanks Pat for this very informative post 🙂  I know I suffer from this……thanks for sharing….shared:)

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  7. Rochefel
    August 28, 2014

    Thank you for this information! My two kids have allergic rhinitis and this helps me a lot to understand about allergens. 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 29, 2014

      Hi Rochefel,

      I am sorry to hear that your kids suffer with allergic rhinitis. Typically allergic rhinitis symptoms appear because of a sensitized immune system. I do not know the ages of your children? If they are old enough to swallow pills I would high suggest they start taking NeoLife ProVitality+ right away to build up their immune system. If they are not able to swallow pills, we have Vita-Squares and Vita-Gard that are chewable, also we have a chewable vitamin C called NeoLife All-C. It is imperative that they get their immune system functioning normal so as to fight off other illnesses.

      I’m glad the information in this blog was helpful for you to better understand allergens.

      Please contact me and I can help you get your kids on the road to having a stronger immune system.

      Best regards, Pat

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  8. tina
    August 27, 2014

    What great information! I find I can't eat nuts during the day, so I have started putting them in my breakfast cereal (yes I still eat cereal…Cheerios in ther summer and Oatmeal in the winter!). No problems digesting them this way. 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 28, 2014

      Hi Tina,

      What kind of nuts do you put in your cereal that you cannot eat during the day? I am curious? If I may, I would like to suggest you try our NeoLife Shake for breakfast. It is quick, easy and delicious. It gives you a well-balanced meal with balanced, complete protein. Cereal, especially Cheerios basically just turns to sugar so it will give you a quick boost of energy but fizzles quickly. Yes, adding the nuts does add some protein along with the milk.

      Give it some consideration.

      Pat

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  9. Veronica
    August 27, 2014

    I have a weird allergy and I am not exactly sure what causes it. I sneeze quite a bit and wake up in the mornins with itchy throat. It is ever since I moved to TX 8 years ago.This is great ino that will help me identify what the triggers really could be and how to treat

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    • Pat Moon
      August 28, 2014

      Hi Veronica,

      Sneezing and an itchy throat sounds like an allergy from something growing in your area of TX. I would suggest our NeoLife ProVitality+ to give your immune system a boost. Also you might want to add NeoLife Vitamin A and Super C. NeoLife RespEleven could also be beneficial for upper respiratory. You should plan to stay on these year around even if the allergies are from something blooming. Each season the sneezing and itchy throat will improve as you build your immune system.

      I hope you are better soon.

      Pat

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  10. Meryl Hershey Beck
    August 27, 2014

    Great inforamtion on allergies. We often forget of all the things our bodies have to endure on a daily basis. Knowing what is happening around us and well as what we are putting into our bodies is so important. Being well informed is a great way to begin. Then we can make better decisions that will lead us to optimum health. 

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    • Pat Moon
      August 28, 2014

      Meryl, thanks for your supportive comment.

      Stay well informed!

      Pat

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  11. Roslyn
    August 27, 2014

    All my life I had seasonal allergies. They disappeared. The only thing I can attribute to it has been I eat better. Occassionally I still take an allergy pill but its been over a year since a cold. Coming from someone who had upper respitory illness every year of her life. After reading your most informative post have to say Ive made changes that are paying off.

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    • Pat Moon
      August 28, 2014

      That is great, Roslyn. It is no fun to look forward to seasonal allergies. I’m so happy that your change in eating habits has paid off for you.

      Wonderful news!

      Pat

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  12. Ron Cross
    August 28, 2012

    Great information as always Pat! I don't suffer from allergies, but I know many people who do. This is some really eye-opening information here!

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Ron, what a blessing that you do not suffer from allergies… they can be so miserable at times. Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.. it is appreciated very much.

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  13. Jenny Shain
    August 27, 2012

    Fascinating-"allergies can be traced back to the nutrition of the mother during pregnancy." Great list of supplements & information on how to combat allergies!
    Thx Pat!

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Jenny, there is so much fascinating nutrition and health information available. My prayer is that I can help others along the path of life by sharing info I have learned and am still learning. Thx for you support.

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  14. Sue Glashower
    August 27, 2012

    Love all the helpful health information on your blog. Allergies have not been a problem in my family but it is something that affects so many people.

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Sue, I’m so glad you consider my blog helpful as it relates to health. I know you are very aware of good nutrition which probably is the reason allergies have not been a problem for your family… that is a real blessing because allergies can be such a nuisance to have to deal with.

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  15. Claudia Looi
    August 27, 2012

    I learn something new every time I visit your blog Pat. I didn't know that some allergies can be traced back to the nutrition of the mom. That's an important piece of information.

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Hi Claudia,
      I’m happy to hear that you are learning from my blog. I have just recently learned about how a vitamin D deficiency in a pregnant mother can affect the possibility of their child developing allergies later. I’ve known for years about the importance of good nutrition during pregnancy but more and more information is coming available. Thanks for your support and comments.

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  16. Olga Hermans
    August 27, 2012

    When I read about people having allergies, I am always so thankful that nobody in my family has an allergy. My son had a milk allergy that he overcame, but for the rest he is fine now. I need to getting our eating habits in our family in order, that's for sure. You will take care of that Pat, thank you so much for feeding us with all this information

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Olga,
      I so glad to hear that you are allergy free as well as your family. That is a great blessing this day and age… there are so many things we are unknowingly exposed to in our daily life.
      I love sharing what I have learned over the years about nutrition and it’s relationship to our health. Glad you are getting benefit from my blogs.

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  17. Susan McKenzie
    August 27, 2012

    It really seems that allergies are on the rise for a large segment of our population. It's valuable to learn what causes allergic reactions and how to combat them naturally!
    I'm fortunate to not have allergies, that I'm aware of… and my children don't have allergies either. My parents raised us primarily without sugar. i remember if we got our chores done for the whole week, on Saturdays we could have one piece of gum!
    I raised my children in a similar way, so I wonder, now, if that is what has helped keep us all pretty much healthy…
    I always learn so much from your articles and Facebook updates, Pat….I thank you for that! I need the reminders to eat healthy!!!

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    • Pat Moon
      September 3, 2012

      Susan,
      You are so fortunate to have been raised to not have much sugar and then passed that on to your children. That could very possibly have had an impact on the fact that you nor your children have allergies.
      My mother did not allow candy in the house except for a small amount at Christmas time but we did have dessert at least once a day.. of course, it was homemade dessert so didn’t have all the corn syrup and additives store bought dessert has. I never had any issues with allergies until later in life and even now they are not bad.. just an occasional stuffy nose when I am trying to sleep.
      We are exposed to so many unnatural things even when we do our very best to eat healthy, etc. I recall when I used to own a fabric store and we would get a new shipment of fabric in… and open the package, there would be a terrible odor. At the time I didn’t realize how many fabrics are treated & processed with and from chemicals.
      I’m glad you are learning from my articles. Thanks for your support.

      Reply

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