what to do?

Katie - posted on 06/30/2009 ( 1 mom has responded )




my daughter has asthma and she has an inhaler and a nebulizer. some times it is not enough. any suggestions for anything else i can do in between treatments?


Debbi - posted on 08/13/2009




Worrying about our children is the hardest! allergies and asthma are both inflammatory conditions, an overaction of the immune system. Just curious, do you have any auto-immune issues? You can do a lot to help by increasing her intake of God's natural anti-inflammatories- fruits and vegetables. She will need lots. The recommendation now is 7-13 different ones/day. Fresh and raw are best. So many kids are afflicted with inflammatory issues today. It's epidemic. It is related to our lack of healing foods and toxins in the environment. The more toxins, the more fruits and vegetables you need to combat. (I'm a fitness/wellness coach, have taught for 23 years. Spoke this week at a center for autism. I researched this well.) If you feel you can't get enough in yourself or your child, you might check out what my family takes at add17.com Your 4 year old can get this for free. email the link and ask how after you watch the video, if you like. This is a huge help and Dr. Bill Sears, world renowned pediatrician gives it to his family.

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