Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tap Water Consumption Related to Food Allergies

Researchers from Albert Einstein School of Medicine tested the urine of 2000 patients for dichlorophenols. This chemical is contained in pesticides and in tap water that has been treated with chlorine. Patients with the highest levels were 80% more likely to have food allergies. Over the last 15 years, the incidence of food allergies has increased at least 20%. Food allergies are more likely if digestion of proteins is inadequate. Digestion is adversely affected when probiotic bacteria are decreased, and guess which chemical kills off the good bacteria. By the way, food allergies are treatable by a complex protocol of stimulating acupressure points developed by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny in Cleveland, called SRT (Sensitivity Reduction Technique). We have been using SRT for the past decade with impressive results. See The Week. December 21, 2012, p. 17. www.healthcelebration.com

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