Love Your Gut: 5 Ways to Improve Food Allergy Symptoms and Asthma

Food allergies and asthma

For reasons unknown, food allergies are increasing in prevalence by 50% in American children.

The frequency of food allergies and asthma is noticeably higher in Western countries compared to that of developing countries.

That means half of our children will develop some type of food allergy, eczema, and/or asthma – all of which are seriously threatening their safety.

Research has proven the tiny little bacteria in your gut – your gut microbiome – play a major role in the development of children’s food allergies and asthma.

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