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December 15, 2012


Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired?

by Wendy Myers

Food sensitivities affect 75% of the population, having a profound impact on their health and weight. A common scenario is an adult with a food sensitivity to gluten or dairy. Their symptoms are vague (constipation, headache, weight gain) and their exposure is frequent (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), so the connection is never made. Over years the hidden sensitivity takes a toll on the immune system. The result of an overworked immune system is everything from weight gain to systemic inflammation, leading to numerous diseases and health conditions.


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  1. Rick Vincent
    Dec 15 2012

    Great article – you have obviously been doing some extensive research. Best Wishes to the family – and Happy Holidays..

  2. Darlene Patrick
    Dec 15 2012

    Hi Wendy,

    Great information in your well researched article… and…Thanks for the suggestions of good products to buy. I am always confused by what to choose when I am standing in the health food store.

  3. Nikki Larkin
    Dec 15 2012

    This is fabulous Wendy!!!! Great job!!!! Boy do I need to try this elimination diet! Love you!!!

    Sent from my iPhone

  4. Jan 13 2013

    Good information, thanks Wendy!!


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