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  Article ID: 5

  Sugar Effect in Allergic system

  By Nancy Appleton

  Food and Nutrition

  Actually, this is one form of food allergy. The immune system must respond to this undigested or partially digested food in the blood stream. For some of us, this undigested food can cause an inflammatory response with sneezes and wheezes. For others it might cause headaches, anger, arthritis, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis or other problems. On top of all this, too much sugar can overwork and exhaust our white cells and weaken our immune system. The white blood cells need protein to function, and they are not receiving the correct protein combinations since protein is not being digested and assimilated properly.

  The bottom line is that sugar upsets the body chemistry and suppresses the immune system. Once the immune system becomes suppressed, the door is opened to infectious and degenerative diseases. The stronger the immune system, the easier it is for the body to fight infectious and degenerative diseases.

  Sugar is implicated in the following diseases and many more: allergies, arthritis, diabetes, hypoglycemia, osteoporosis, gallstones, kidney stones, headaches, yeast infections, and cataracts.

  So if you have any of the symptoms or diseases mentioned, remove all forms of sugar from your diet for two weeks. I think that you will be pleasantly surprised. Not only will some of those symptoms disappear but you will be strengthening your immune system, allowing it to do the job it was meant to - defend you against foreign invaders.

  Nancy Appleton, Ph.D Food and Nutrition

  From Walden University in Health Services

 

 

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