Treating Asthma and Allergies Naturally

…years for treating allergies—and, in some cases, asthma—such as N-acetyl cysteine (400 mg daily), which supports lung function and bromelain (200 mg), an enzyme that reduces inflammation. But there are a few relatively new ones that I also suggest adding to your arsenal: Tinospora…

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Curcumin: The Spice of Life and Health

…curcumin by adding a little spice to your life. Eat Indian food and use turmeric when cooking meals at home. * If you prefer to take supplemental curcumin (often called turmeric extract), aim for 1,400 to 1,800 mg per day. For improved absorption, look for a product containing bromelain or piperine.

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5 Spring Health Tips

…safe, and natural allergy remedies you can use instead. Some of my favorites include EpiCor, stinging nettle extract, n-acetyl cysteine, bromelain, and quercetin. Look for them in combination formulas or as stand-alone supplements, and use as directed. Spring Health Tip #2: Reap the Benefits…

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