1. Balance
  2. Any symptom can be an allergy
  3. Symptoms appear when allergic load is reached
  4. Allergy has no single cause
  5. Self-empowerment through personal responsibility
  1. Balance
  • Your body has the wisdom to heal itself.
  • In a healthy body all of the organs and tissues perform functions that help maintain conditions of equilibrium (homeostasis).
  • As long as nothing interferes, the body will continue to run perfectly.
  • The body will strive to make corrections by calling in other systems to stay balanced.
  • If the stress becomes overwhelming, some of these compensating systems may become exhausted. The body then cannot return to homeostasis and remains out of balance.
  • Visible symptoms then develop.
  • When allergic symptom appears, the body is telling you it cannot cope with its environment both internal and external.
  • At this point it is necessary to change something now to take the stress off the body.
  1. Any symptom can be an allergy
  • Food allergies in particular are poorly understood.
  • Milk is one of the most common allergens.
  • When you eat something and you get an immediate pain in your stomach, you realize that there is a connection between that food and the pain. But if the only response to that food comes days later in the form of a swollen joint, you do not recognize the relationship between what you ate and the response that occurred.
  • Allergy is considered an altered reaction – the reaction that one person will get to a substance that does not affect other people.
  • Most people do not realize that gallbladder symptoms may be caused by an allergy, especially if they have never had classic allergy symptoms such as hay fever or skin rashes.
  • Many people have little awareness that bed-wetting in a child can be an allergy, commonly to milk, especially if the child does not experience any other allergic symptoms.
  1. Symptoms appear when allergic load is reached
  • Allergic load is the amount of chemicals, food allergens and inhalant pollutions that a person can be exposed to before symptoms appear.
  • It is estimated that 8 to 15 pounds of these toxic materials are taken in by a person’s body each year.
  • It is not known whether the human body  has sufficient enzyme systems to eliminate or neutralize all the toxic effects of the smorgasbord of chemicals taken in.
  • Allergic or toxic load is different for everyone. People are born with varying genetic strengths and weaknesses.
  • Each person’s ability to metabolize toxins, pollens, foods and chemicals can differ considerably according to his or her own bio-chemical makeup
  1. Allergy has no single cause
  • Allergy is the cumulative effect of many insults to the body which, overtime, have overwhelmed the body’s protective mechanisms.
  • While dust may appear to be the cause of your runny nose, in reality it is only the trigger that activates the symptoms in an already compromised organism.
  1. Self-empowerment through personal responsibility
  • Healing involves the acceptance of responsibility for one’s health.
  • Healing takes place on many levels and in many different ways but the one constant is that healing always involves change.
  • Becoming an active participant in your own health care, discovering the cause of your health challenges and dealing with them yourself leads to many rewards; the pride of accomplishment, a healthy more energetic body, and personal empowerment.
  • You can learn what foods to eat, but only you can choose whether or not to eat them.
  • Because the body is self-healing, the power to be healthy is within you at this very moment.
  • Health is a choice. Anyone desiring to be healthy can decide to make the changes necessary to accomplish that goal.