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Allergies have become widespread in developed countries: asthma, hay fever, eczema, hives and food allergies are all increasingly prevalent. A generation ago only 10 percent of the Western population suffered from allergies, but now it has tripled to over 30 percent and one out of 10 children are asthmatic. Not only are allergies becoming much more prevalent but also their severity is increasing, the mortality rate for asthma increased 28% between 1980 and 1994. Many individuals have one or more foods that they are allergic or sensitive to and their body does not function well when they eat these foods. Food allergies and sensitivities occur when your immune system mistakenly identifies a normally harmless substance and tags it as an invader, as it does to bacteria or viruses. Your immune system then attacks this substance the same way it would attack any invader. When your immune system chronically attacks an invader, it has side effects. It can cause aches, pains, fatigue, brain fog, mood and behavioral problems. Think about the symptoms you experienced when you last had the flu. Many of the symptoms were caused by your own immune system and not the bacteria or virus. Symptoms of food allergies and sensitivities are varied. Conditions very commonly caused by food allergies and sensitivities are chronic muscle ache and pains, chronic fatigue, low energy, mood disorders, premenstrual syndrome, chronic and recurrent infections. Research is now connecting food allergies and sensitivities even to behavioral and learning disorders, ADHD and even autism. With food allergies and sensitivities gastrointestinal symptoms are quite common. The primary GI symptoms of food allergies and food sensitivities are bloating, gas, abdominal pain and discomfort, nausea and heartburn. I find in my practice that the vast majority of individuals being treated with medications for gastrointestinal problems such as reflux, GERD, IBS, IBD have undiagnosed food allergies or food sensitivities. Primarily there are two types of immune system reactions which can cause typical food allergy reactions, IgE and IgG. IgE reactions are very quick usually in 2 hours or less and therefore easier to identify. If you eat a strawberry and your throat swells up from an IgE reaction it's easy to identify your allergy. On the other hand IgG food allergic reactions can take up to 48 to 72 hours to occur and are known as the ‘hidden food allergies’. Therefore, IgG food allergy reactions are more difficult to figure out on your own. For example you may have no symptoms from an IgG food allergy reaction for about 12 hours, followed by a full day of pain, fatigue and depression. Undiagnosed food sensitivities are also a common trigger for a wide range of physical and emotional disorders. Instead of IgE or IgG antibody reactions, food sensitivities are usually mediated by physiological responses to the offending foods and are usually undetectable by lab tests. Some experts have estimated that as many as 60% of the population suffers from undetected food sensitivities. When a food is not properly digested, the intestines can become irritated or even inflamed. Because of this, the lining of the gastrointestinal tract can eventually develop little openings that partially digested food can pass through. This is referred to as "leaky gut syndrome." When these particles enter the bloodstream, the body's immune system recognizes them as foreign and attacks them. Thus, a complex immune response is initiated at this point that may not involve IgE or IgG antibodies. In my upcoming seminars I will explain why many individuals food allergies and food sensitivities go undiagnosed causing them to continue to suffer with multiple health problems. 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of a very famous Bird muscles to accomplish this task. Contrary to popular who migrated to Boston, belief, not every bee dies when it stings. Honeybees, Massachusetts in 1979. The whose stingers have barbs or hooks, die after stinging 6’ 9â€? tall (2.1 m) Bird, also because as the bee tries to fly away, part of the abdomen called a Larry Bird, played gets caught and is ripped away. Bumblebees have his entire basketball career smooth stingers that do not get caught in the victim’s with the Boston Celtics, skin, enabling them to fly away and sting again. leading them to three NBA • Back in 1985, a Virginia man named Jed Shaner set championships. He was also a world record by piling 42 lbs. (19 kg.) of bees on his a 12-time NBA All-Star and body. But that wasn’t enough for this third-generation league MVP three times. After participating on the 1992 Olympic “Dream Team,â€? beekeeper. Two months later, he upped the amount to the Bird retired as a player and entered into coaching. 48 lbs. (21.8 kg.), then followed up six years later with • There are about 20,000 different species of bees in the an astounding 80 lbs. (36.3 kg.) – about 640,000 bees world. Bumblebees pollinate crops and plants, while – several inches thick covering his body. He missed his honeybees produce honey from the pollen and nectar of goal of 100 lbs. (45.4 kg.), and although he endured the plants they pollinate. A honeybee’s wings flap at the several stings, said, “It’s not as bad as you think.â€? That’s rate of 11,000 times per minute, producing that familiar what he thinks! buzzing sound. • Three types of bees occupy each colony – the queen, the worker bee, and the drone. All drones are male in Ham Lake and their only job is to mate with the queen. Female bees are the only ones that work, collecting pollen and nectar and cleaning the hive. The queen’s only job is to lay eggs, and she can lay about 3,000 eggs in one day. Only the queen bee can reproduce and all worker bees are sterile. • One tablespoon of honey requires the nectar of about 2,000 flowers. One pound of honey is produced by 550 bees collecting nectar from 2.5 million flowers. A typical honeybee can carry the pollen from 500 flowers in one trip. Fully Equipped Electric Kitchen w/self Cleaning Oven • Washer • If you think poisonous snakes & Dryer • Cable TV and Computer Hook-ups • Individually are deadly, consider the fact that Controlled Central Heating & Air • Community Gathering bees kill more people annually than snakes. Of all deaths caused by Room with a Golf Course Patio • Exercise Room & Library animals, bee stings rank highest, causing 75% of those deaths compared to about 5% for snakes. • The stinger on the average bumblebee is .3125 of an inch (7.9 mm) long. Bees store their venom in a sac attached to the stinger. Only Independent Living for Seniors the female bee stings, and uses 21

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purchases and 40% of dollar volume for the entire year. • The Redwood National Park is home to some real giants, including the world’s largest living tree, nicknamed Hyperion, which stands 378.1 feet (115 m) tall. Just a bit shorter is Helios at 376.3 feet (114.7 m), and third tallest, Icarus, at 371.2 feet (113 m). The General Sherman, another giant redwood sequoia, reaches a height of 275 feet (84 m), but its girth is the amazing figure. It measures 25 ft. (8 m) and has an estimated weight of 4 million lbs. (1,814,369 kg.) • A Bristlecone pine tree named Methuselah located in California’s White Mountains is thought to be the world’s oldest tree, estimated to be 4,650 years old. • A tree’s age can be accurately determined to the exact calendar year by its number of growth rings. The size of the ring can be affected by environmental events, such as temperature, water availability, nutrition in the soil, and even volcanic eruptions. • Did you know that you can increase your property value just by planting trees? Realtors tell us that houses surrounded by trees typically sell for 1825% higher than those houses with no trees. Shade trees can make a building up to 20 degrees cooler in the summer, and heating and air conditioning costs can be reduced by 30% by having trees around a building. Trees are also beneficial by acting as sound barriers to cut down on noise pollution. • Studies indicate that hospital patients whose window faces trees heal faster, use fewer painkillers, and leave the hospital sooner than those whose window faces a brick wall. Research also suggests that workers are more productive when they can see trees from their office window.

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Megaprimatus' appearance was like that of an ordinary gorilla, except they were much larger and stronger, regularly growing to heights of over 18-25 feet. As in most gorillas, their fur was a dark black, with the hair on the heads and backs of the older males turning greyish-silver, hence the term 'silverback'. As do all gorillas, these creatures also walk when their knuckles are assisting them. Since they are required to support weight worth tons, these knuckles are extremely durable and thick, having the ability to stand almost any pressure. Behavior: Based on the habits of other apes, it can be presumed that Megaprimatus lived in small family groups, with females and their young guarded by the much larger males. They would live where food was plentiful, venturing down from the uplands and entering the jungles, to feed on the wide range of lush plants. Megaprimatus would feed on fruit, shoots and leaves of all kinds. Their communication was like that of smaller gorillas, using vocalizations such as grunts and roars. Posturing and body language were used as well, as to intimidate rivals and frighten enemies. Predators: Megaprimatus had many foes. Vastatosaurus rex was a mortal enemy, as were Venatosaurs, Foetodon and Terapusmordax. These were a constant threat to the young. Full-grown male Megaprimatus were equal matches for any V-rex, though the largest V-rexes would have been determined to kill the young. While the V-rex had the advantage of massive-bone crushing jaws and armored skin, Megaprimatus had the advantage of their intelligence, massive strength and grasping hands. They could use primitive tools such as logs and boulders against threats, and could grapple, render and bite, and, if given the option, even break necks and skulls. The young of both species were in constant danger from the adults, as the killing of a young Megaprimatus or young V-rex would eliminate future threats. Neither would allow the other on their territory under any circumstances, and fights were usually brief since they used intimidation. If the stakes got high enough, it would be a bloodbath. The smaller predators, Venatosaurus and Foetodon, were not as large but were just as dangerous, even though Venatosaurs packs and groups of Foetodon were much easier to fend off and kill. Like other gorillas, Megaprimatus also had to fight off other Megaprimatus, especially the males.

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