The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology reports this month on a study showing peanut allergies in American children have more than tripled over the last 11 years. Food allergies such as peanut allergies are on the rise and have become a significant health burden. There are many alternative and holistic options for dealing with allergies such as a peanut allergy. Contact a BioVeda Health and Wellness Center near you to learn more.
Dr. Andrea Dobrich, D.C. discusses a study showing the Hepatitis B vaccine more than triples the risk of developing Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in her BioVeda of Harrisburg, NC blog:
Children suffering from peanut allergies or other sensitivities that result in anaphylaxis present serious challenges for their parents. In many cases parents have few alternatives for caring for their allergic children. One example is the need for home schooling to ensure that these highly allergic children avoid exposure to peanuts and other known allergens. Anaphylactic reactions can be life threatening and accidental exposure could result in death.
Many studies have shown positive outcomes in reducing the symptoms of ADHD simply by changing your child’s diet. In my practice I have observed drastic positive changes in children’s behavior by adding essential nutrition and removing toxic and empty caloric consumption from a persons eating habits.
Dr. Doris Rapp has dedicated her life to identifying and providing simple solutions for behavior problems in kids and specifically targets the affects of allergies, food sensitivities and toxins on children. In the video below, she offers insight into how to help a child who suffers from allergy induced behavior problems. While Dr. Rapp is not affiliated with BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers, we feel this information will help parents better understand that some children with bi-polar and ADHD symptoms can be helped without the use of dangerous off-label drugs.
BAX 3000 Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy by BioVeda Technologies (formerly BioAllergenix) for a Child Patient suffering from severe Eczema as reported by KTVN Channel 2 in Reno Nevada.