Did You Know That Stored Toxins Causes Allergies?

Philippines
March 11, 2012 4:33pm CST
It is recommended to eat food that is rich with fiber. If you're fond eating rice, why not eat black/brown rice. Unlike from white rice, black/brown rice is rich with fiber. Also, oats is recommended, but, don't add processed/powdered milk. It worsens allergies. Make sure to eat fruits and vegetables. Avoid meat(except fish meat) and fried foods. For it disturbs your bowel movement and fried foods lessens your resistance against foreign bacteria. To prevent allergies, always go with the natural sources.
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@NailTech (6890)
• United States
13 Mar 12
Thanks Emmanuel for enlightening us about that, I didn't know about it either. i try to do as much of that as possible. I do have allergies, and sneeze alot almost everyday. I will try to eat less fried foods and less white rice. I think I have a pretty good diet anyways out of some of the people I know.
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Well, there's nothing wrong in eating white rice, but, it does lack of fiber.
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Ohh I see. I'll take note of that. :)
@squallming (1776)
• Malaysia
12 Mar 12
what good information you have here. i have no idea that stores toxins can cause allergies. however, I am really fond of eating rice. this is because rice is the main diet for Asian people. I did try both brown and black rice before although the black rice is actually quite rare in my country. anyway, avoiding meat is not possible for me as i like to enjoy all types of food that the world has got to offer. though it shouldn't be a problem to reduce the consumption.
@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
11 Mar 12
I don't have any allergies but many of my friends doI love white rice and for some reason I am not so fond of brown rice but I have never heard of black rice, I might have to check that one out.