Monday, February 4, 2013
Decreasing my dependence on allergy medication
It wasn't instant, but I'm so happy to report that I'm going through my third allergy season without suffering and without meds!
What did I do?
How did I do it?
In February and March of 2012 I weened myself off of dairy products, not by eating non-dairy, but by adding whole foods. I replaced 2% milk with Almond Milk, made rice pudding with coconut milk. Instead of ice cream I eat fruit for dessert and put Almond Milk in my occasional cup of decaf or when I make a tea latte. I also stopped putting cheese on everything.
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