by Jane Thurnell-Read

From the author of ‘Verbal Questioning Skills for Kinesiologists ‘ and ‘Energy Mismatch’

This wonderful reference is 222 pages about symptoms, origins, ingredients & correlations of potentially allergenic substances from A to Z (abietic acid to zylon).

It covers all sorts of interesting topics, e.g. caffeine in decaffeinated coffee, glue on stamps and envelopes, the ingredients in newsprint, the difference between white and red wine, dishwasher powder, nail polish, moulds, pet hair, various chemicals in the environment & in foods stuffs - several hundred references.

The main contents are:
*What Is Allergy? 
*Why Do People Become Allergic? 
*Allergy Equals Addiction 
*What Symptoms Can Be The Result Of Allergies? 
*Allergy Signs In Children 
*Detecting Allergies 
*Correcting Allergies 
*Allergens A to Z - covers 150 pages - bulk of book
*Appendix 1: Classification Of Food Additives 
*Appendix 2: Food Families 
*Appendix 3: Pollen Calendar 
*Appendix 4: For Practitioners & Students

This will be a handy reference for practitioners & students in the kinesiology or natural health field as well as for the home bookshelf.



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