Allergy Symptoms

After this year's winter, green lawns, and budding trees and flowers, can sound like a vacation paradise. But, for some people, just the thought of spring is enough to trigger itchy eyes, sneezing and congestion. Before you run out for tissues and allergy medications, take a brief look at what triggers seasonal allergies, when they arrive and what you can do to control your symptoms.

More than spring is in the air

"Seasonal allergies begin in early spring, with the return of pollen and outdoor mold," says David Graft, MD, asthma and allergic diseases specialist at Park Nicollet Clinic. "A decade ago, seasonal allergies began in March and ran through late October. But now, warm weather starts earlier and lasts longer - and so do seasonal allergies."

As trees and grass begin to green up, the air is full of pollen and mold spores, look http://virtualskystudio.com/arnica-gel-reviews.html. These allergens can trigger inflammation of the nose, lungs and eyes, resulting in the following conditions:

hay fever (allergic rhinitis), symptoms include sneezing, congestion and itchy, watery eyes
asthma, which is marked by wheezing, tightness in the chest, coughing and shortness of breath
mark your calendars

Dairy, Gluten free oat meal

Great source of "comforting food", when sun is not shining, then Our body wants to eat more on carbs.

If you have this as a breakfast, then you will reduce the chance of "coffee and chocolate muffin in the afternoon as a snack".

Try it and you would love it. Stay heathy and Live Yummy.

Don't-Stop-me-now brekkie

If someone ask you to give up on food you like , would you?

It can be always alternative way. Big Breakfast can be a bit charmed after a few "add".

Poached eggs with less sodium bacon and sauteed Kale and mushroom and gently cooked cherry tomatoes with olive oil.

Don't give up on what you like to eat. sometimes , It is ok to eat Less and better quality food than "craving the food you enjoy, therefore you ended it up binging the guilt trip food!".

Be Healthy and Stay Awesome!

Cultured vegetable

Have you heard that Kimchi is good for you? YEAH, TRUE except the sodium!

Cultured vegetable is so handy and easy and super healthy to you, more ifreebudget.com/navage-reviews.html. it is like a vegetable yogurt - kimchi, sauerkraut and if you are suffering with mal-nutrients, IBS,(irritated bowel diseases-diarrhea , constipation) acne, inflammation...

Yeap pretty much it is Amazing for you!

Fruits in June

Here is the list that you can easily order them to your door. =-) weather can be crazy sometimes, so I usually order them when it is cool a bit ( it takes 2~3 days to your door)

"Healthy for Change" is not related to any of these retailers or farmers. I am sharing this after so many requests! =-)

And also check out here for simple and powerful juice recipe with these amazing fruits.

Stay Awesome and Live Yummy

I can't give up on meat.

I like eating vegetables, Can't get enough of them but if you are or if your partner doesn't want to eat vegetable 24/7 , and they start complaining about food...then What can we do?
hm.....?
2~3 times a week? if this is really hard, then at least we could find somewhere "Better options" of our meat!
I got so many requests on "where on earth I am getting meat from?"
Korea is such a small country and it is really hard to get hands on "grass-fed" meat, even if we can somehow, it would be so expensive.

It should be affordable, so Here are some lists that I am getting my meat ordered. and hope it help your healthy table as well.

It is almost impossible to get "grass-fed" beef in Korea. all corn or grain fed unfortunately.

Immunizations

For parents, protecting children from harm is their top priority. Each year, 33,000 lives are saved and 14 million cases of disease are prevented when all the children born in a given year are fully vaccinated. It is facts like these from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that inspire Barbara Ottis, RN, immunization specialist at Park Nicollet Clinic-Meadowbrook.

According to Ottis, immunizations are one of the most important ways parents can protect their children against serious disease. "Immunizations not only help protect vaccinated individuals, they protect entire communities by reducing the spread of infectious agents," she says. Vaccinations also have been proven to lessen health care costs. "Each year, routine childhood immunizations save $10 billion in direct medical costs and more than $40 billion in indirect societal costs," Ottis says.

Advancements in safety

More immunizations are available today than ever before, protecting more children from disease, some albolene cream. Immunizations are a safe way to prevent infectious disease in vulnerable infants and children. "Immunizations are extremely safe, thanks to advancements in medical research and ongoing review by doctors, researchers and public health officials," Ottis says. "Children are far more likely to be harmed by serious infectious diseases than by immunizations."