Allergies at The White House Posted on June 1st, 2009
If you’ve been listing to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs lately, you’ll notice that he appears to be suffering from seasonal allergies.
The visible signs of seasonal allergies are “thickness” in the voice, puffiness in the face, itchy, red and runny eyes, a plugged nose, plus labored breathing which sounds like a bad cold.
This is the plight of millions of people as the earth turns warm, flowering plants come into bloom and the mold count soars.
What to do. First STOP consuming cow dairy products. Take a “breather” from the “moo” when the pollen and mold count is high. Dairy products are an assault on an already over-loaded respiratory system. Build up your immune system. Take the stress off the body, meditate, eat right and take appropriate supplements. Wait for dry weather when symptoms usually subside. In the meantime, take a look at my book “The Body Knows – how to tune in to your body and improve your health” for more information on seasonal allergies and how to control them.