Category Archives: Allergy Testing

6 Tips To Naturally Boost Your Immune System

Watery eyes, fatigue, dry cough, and frustrating headaches can only mean one thing…fall allergy season is here. The weather is constantly changing and we’re exposed to more allergens, and eventually cold and flu viruses. This time of year is just the right time to beef up your immune system!  After all, you don’t want to… Read More »


How Hormones Can Affect Your Allergies

Did you begin to experience seasonal allergies later in life, especially after having children? As adults, women tend to be more vulnerable to allergies than men, and in many cases, hormones may be to blame. There are actually allergic genes that can be activated by hormonal changes and cause women to begin to experience an… Read More »



Is It Allergies or a Cold?

You feel a tickle in your throat. A sudden onset of the sniffles kick in. A sneeze attack sneaks up on you out of nowhere. Is it a cold? Is it allergies? Is it a virus? With the ever-changing weather it can be rather difficult to know which is which anymore, which also leaves you… Read More »


9 Ways to Avoid Seasonal Allergies

Happy Spring! While this is such a beautiful time here in Houston, it is also a time when the cars are covered in pollen, the flowers (and pollen) are beginning to bloom and out of nowhere your eyes are red and itchy, you feel pressure in your sinuses and your asthma is flaring up. ‘Tis… Read More »


Alternatives to Allergy Shots

Alternatives to Allergy Shots

Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? Sniffling, sneezing, watery eyes, and congestion can make life miserable. If you live in the Houston area where we are located you will likely experience at least some degree of seasonal allergies. Seasonal-type allergies bloom when the plants do, in spring to early autumn. During breezy days, tiny pollen… Read More »


Survive Spring Allergies

Spring Allergies Are Here…But You Don’t Have to Suffer!

Spring is here. The air is warmer, the trees and grasses are beginning to bloom…releasing their pollen into the atmosphere. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, your annual ritual of spring sneezes and sniffles has probably already begun. The biggest spring allergy trigger is pollen…those tiny grains released into the air by trees, grasses, and… Read More »


Is Your Food Making You Sick?

Are Food Sensitivites Making You Sick?

Most people are aware of food allergies. Everyone knows someone who has an allergy to peanuts, strawberries, shellfish, or some other food. However, what most people are not aware of are Food Sensitivities. True food allergies are based on exposure to a specific protein component of a food. The immune system incorrectly perceives the protein… Read More »


hormone allergy connection

The Hormone / Allergy Connection

Did you begin to experience seasonal allergies later in life, especially after having children, during perimenopause, or after menopause? As adults, women tend to be more vulnerable to allergies than men, and in many cases hormones may be to blame. There are actually allergic genes that can be activated by hormonal changes and cause women… Read More »


Sneezing & Wheezing & Sniffling, OH MY!

Do your seasonal allergies have you running to the pharmacy to buy anti-histamines, decongestants, and Kleenex? Did you know that you can actually treat your allergies naturally and very effectively? So, instead of simply treating your symptoms of allergies, you can treat the causes of your allergy symptoms by increasing your immunity, reducing your allergy… Read More »


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