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Sep 29, 2011 BY Joy McCarthy

Success Story: Kinga - Bye Bye Allergies!

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I consulted Kinga a few months ago on her nutrition and wellness at 889 Yonge. When this email popped into my inbox with this message, I just had to share it (with her permission of course):

"I know we only had one session together but nonetheless that one meet had a tremendous effect on me, physically and emotionally. My allergies have subsided drastically!!!!!!!! About 80% of it is gone!! I have more energy then ever and I haven't felt this happy and clear headed in a very very long time". 

Change takes time, effort and a willingness to let go of old habits and let new ones enter your life. It's not a piece of cake (more like a meaty bowl of chia pudding), but rather... a lovely journey in getting to know yourself better. Kinga was a wonderful example of someone who made some healthful changes and had life-changing results.

The other important point about Kinga is that she was truly ready for change. She was tired of suffering from daily annoyances of food allergies/sensitivities because it was taking over her whole life. She made a significant commitment to herself and this was the joyous result!

If you have been thinking about change for a while now and starting new healthy habits, but can't seem to translate your good intentions into action, then write it down before you go to bed. When you wake up in the morning read your intention before you start your day. For example, let's say your intention is to drink lemon and water every morning. If you write it down before you go to bed and then read it in the morning, you are far more likely to do it! I know it might sound a bit silly, but every little change counts and that is a great place to start.

Sep 29, 2011 BY Joy McCarthy
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Adele Nannini   •   June 7, 2013

Shots might seem like an unusual way to treat allergies, but they're effective at decreasing sensitivity to triggers. The substances in the shots are chosen according to the allergens identified from a person's medical history and by the allergist during the initial testing. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees the standards used in preparing the materials for allergy shots given in the United States.

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