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Here's how to trick your allergy...

by , 06 June 2013

If your earrings make your earlobes itch or your necklace, ring or watch leave a rash on your skin, you may have developed an allergy to nickel.

It’s one of the most common allergies affecting one in ten people.

And, besides avoiding skin contac with everything that has nickel in it, like jewellery, coins, zips and eyeglass frames...

You may need to give up something you love - chocolate!

That's because cocoa (the main ingredient in chocolate) is the number one dietary source of nickel. Especially dark chocolate.

Other sources of nickel you should avoid are: Wole wheat, soy, corn and beer.

But not if you know this little secret to tricking your allergy!

You may be able to avoid dietary problems by taking a vitamin C supplement with each meal. Vitamin C inhibits nickel absorption.

And, there is no downside to taking vitamin C, in fact, it could help build a strong immune system too!

Get natural relief from asthma, bronchitus, sinus problems and allergies today!

Back in the 19th century, an amazing health secret was discovered deep in a Polish mine... It has since helped thousands of people to breathe more easily... Feel more active... And get a good night's sleep.

Allergy specialist, Dr Zoltan Ronai, did a study on 50 people over 2 weeks, using this discovery. Here's what she found:
  • 73.9% of the subjects who usually experienced breathing problems during the day claimed there was a vast improvement.
  • 65.2% of those with chronic coughs indicated that they felt much better after two weeks.
  • 65.4% of the test subjects who coughed at night reported a significant improvement.
If you suffer from asthma, allergies, hay fever, bronchitis, nasal catarrh, sinus problems, snoring, chronic coughs and the effects of smoking and pollution... You need to try this discovery in the comfort of your home risk-free today...

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