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I spent a month getting an allergy shot every week and taking allergy medication twice a day, while also using a nasal spray. This was not living for me, so I began to research alternatives to allergy medications.
I’m sharing this not as a cure-all, but as a way for you to reimagine what your life might look like if you didn’t have allergies and if you weren’t on allergy medication.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Broccoli Sprouts Seeds
- Mason Jar Sprouter
- Local Harvest
- Nettle Leaf Tea
How are you managing your allergies? If you’re not using OTC or allergy prescription medication, what worked? Let me know in the comments.
Green Smoothies, Chocolate, and Bacon challenges mainstream diet dogma that says you must diet, deprive, or willpower yourself away in order to live a health and happy life.
The content presented on this podcast is for education and information purposes only, and is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed healthcare professional. Please exercise personal wisdom and discretion before making any changes to your diet or medication protocol.
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I received my training in Integrative Nutrition Health Coaching from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I’ve studied over 100 dietary theories and support people just like you in living fully engaged lives without dieting and deprivation.