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Allergy And Deodorant Connection

The connection between your allergy and deodorant is not that you may be allergic to an ingredient in the product. In addition, your diet and nutrition is playing such an important role that if paid attention to could actually eliminate your allergy all together.

The allergy and deodorant connection is no different to peanut allergies. For some reason, sometimes related to our genes, our body has an adverse reaction to various things. Traditional medicine says that there is something wrong with you. However, natural medicine would assert that in addition to you being prone to allergic reactions to certain things, there are also other factors in your environment that may be aggravating the allergic reaction. If you can isolate those other factors, you may be able to reduce or eliminate your allergy.

For example, there is mounting research that indicates that the lack of omega-3 fats in our diet could be aggravating our allergies. Because we eat a lot of processed foods and meat that is raised unnaturally, we are consuming far too few omega-3 fats and this could be connected to the severity of your allergy. So, the allergy and deodorant relationship could be reduced if you consumed more omega-3 fats.

Another diet angle to the allergy and deodorant connection is sugar. We consumer far too much sugar in the US and this could be aggravating your allergy. So for example, instead of discontinuing the use of your deodorant, stop eating so much sugar and you may find that allergy is greatly reduced or even that it even disappears.

Finally, something else you should consider with the allergy and deodorant connection is the use of deodorant in the first place. Antiperspirant has aluminum in it which is absorbed into your body when you apply. This is toxic to your body and could cause you harm in the long run. If you are having a hard time controlling your body odor then use antiperspirant sparingly. You are better off using deodorant, not antiperspirant.

The allergy and deodorant connection can also be addressed by you examining why you have body odor in the first place. Keep a diary of what you eat and drink day to day and also note the level of your body odor. See if you can find a connection between what you eat and body odor. But as far as the allergy itself, the allergy and deodorant issue may be resolved by avoiding sugar and grains and consuming more omega-3 fats.

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