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Brad Marcus
Whey intolerance, broccoli intolerance, low energy, flu sysmptoms, dry skin and rashes.

A former competitive bodybuilder from Chicago moved to a new town nick named "the allergy capital of the world." Only 25 years old at the time, his allergy symptoms began immediately. The allergy symptoms he experienced were flu like symptoms, low energy, sinus drainage, eye irritation, frequent colds and skin irritations. To reduce his symptoms he took allergy drugs and allergy medications from 1995 through 2007. Family friends and medical professionals advised him to take allergy shots.

Resistant to taking drugs for the rest of his life he observed that his symptoms would be worse after eating certain foods. Milk products seemed to make his allergies worse, so he eliminated milk products from his diet. Because he had never heard of food intolerance producing pollen allergy symptoms, he unconsciously determined this was just how his life was to be while living in Austin Texas.

One day his favorite blog personality posted an intimate article about his food sensitivities. A light bulb came on and ....  Well, just listen to his story to find out what happened and which foods were causing his pollen allergy symptoms. He doesn't suffer and isn't reliant on allergy drugs or allergy medications.

Food Powers with Brad Marcus (mp3)

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What is food to one man may be fierce poison to others.
--Lucretius (99 B.C. -  55 B.C.)  

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