In this episode of Simply Living Wellness, Donna Abreu interviews guest, Ynge Ljung, about what causes allergies, sensitivities, and food intolerances. Allergies have become so prevalent today. Almost everyone suffers from some kind of allergy or food intolerance. Most people don’t even know they have allergies.
An allergy is not just about sneezing or having itchy eyes. Diseases such as celiac disease, Alzheimer’s, and Hashimoto and celiac are thought to be caused from wheat. In this episode, we talk about what causes an allergy or sensitivity. We also look at solutions. If you are suffering from any kind of condition such as joint or muscle pain, a chronic illness, or sensitivities to certain foods, and would like to feel better, then this episode if for you.
What Is an Allergy
An allergy is a false reaction to something that should be good for you, especially in the case of food allergies. Childhood allergies exist for children to build up their immune systems, yet from an overload of vaccinations, many of which contain aluminum and mercury still (a deadly combination), the natural defenses of the body cannot develop. With repeated generations of vaccinations, babies today are born much weaker than generations before.
If you had an immune system working at 100% you wouldn’t get any allergies or illnesses.
Some of What Causes Allergies
The introduction of fast food in the 1950’s played a large component to the development of allergies. In China, Type II diabetes didn’t exist until the fast food chains were established. Now, approximately 12% of the Chinese population has Type II diabetes.
Fast foods contain chemical additives and very little “real” food.
Solutions to Allergies
Eating Organic is the number one solution to preventing allergies. Food is they medicine. Ynge talks about the significant importance of eating organic. The heavy spraying of roundup on crops (wheat in particular) in the United States infuses glyphosate into the foods. Glyphosate destroys the pathway where the enzymes, probiotics and good bacteria need to travel.
How can we digest the food without digestive enzymes?
Ynge tells the story of becoming a NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques) practitioner and using this protocol to treat her patients’ allergies – her focus being on autistic children. NAET treatments were too costly and time consuming for parents, and so Ynge developed The Allergy Kit which allows parents to treat in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. One kit can be used for all members of the family over and over again, indefinitely.
Each Allergy Kit has seven vials plus a stress vial. Ynge tells the story of one patient, a child, that had severe eczema. After treating the child for chicken, a key component of the base Allergy Kit, her eczema went away completely.
Discover why even vegans who don’t eat eggs or chicken need to be treated for these foods.
Another essential component of the base Allergy Kit is sugar. The average American eats an approximately 70 pounds of sugar in one year.
Learn how to get rid of sugar cravings for good.
Over half of the American population is on an anti-depressant. Yet Ynge explains how serotonin, the “feel good” hormone, is created in the gut not in the brain. A specific bacteria has to travel this same pathway to pick up the serotonin hormone and then travel to the brain through the vagus nerve. As we’ve already pointed out, glyphosate blocks this pathway preventing serotonin from ever reaching the brain.
Antidepressants are the not the solution to depression, only a band aid.
Treat the gut and watch the depression disappear.
More about Ynge Ljung
Ynge Ljung has been an Acupuncture Physician since 1995. She is a BodyTalk Practitioner, Naturopathic Medicine Doctor, an Acutonic practitioner, alternative holistic healer and former NAET practitioner. Her extensive education in both Eastern and Western ideologies allowed her to create an easy, powerful and affordable way to “say bye bye to your allergies” once and for all… Ynge calls the The Allergy Kit.
The Allergy Kit and It’s Uses
Trying to lose weight? Want to quite smoking? The Allergy Kit has way more uses than to just address sensitivities. Here are some of the kits available for a variety of conditions:
- The Base Allergy Kit – (Some of the kits below already contain this base kit.)
- The Weight Loss Kit – Struggling to lose weight? This is why…
- The Autism Kit – For children or adults on the Spectrum
- The Pet Allergies Kit – Have allergies to your pets? This one is for you!
- The Quit Drinking Kit – Want to quit drinking?
- The Quit Smoking Kit – Have a tobacco addicition and want to quit?
- The Emotions Kit – Experiencing anxiety, fear, grief, depression, worry or procrastination?
- The Nut Allergies Kit – Do you or your family member have a nut allergy?