Natural Approach to Dealing with Spring Allergies is Overlooked “Enzymes are Nothing to Sneeze At”

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Dr. Ellen Cutler has been using enzymes for more than twenty years to help with seasonal allergies. She says that this treatment is overlooked by the medical establishment and it's time to recognize it.

Spring allergies are in full bloom and Dr. Ellen Cutler, author of MicroMiracles: Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes (Rodale 2005) announced today that natural approaches to dealing with this dilemma are very overlooked in our country. Seasonal allergies or hay fever affects more than 20 percent of the people living in the US. Once more, there is an overall cost of $6 billion each year that people put out for office visits to their physicians.

Dr. Cutler who has a degree in chiropractic and a medical degree says that people with allergies should check out natural options which she feels are more effective and economical. Dr. Cutler says that enzyme therapy could alleviate a lot of suffering and that it’s nothing to sneeze at. “Enzyme therapy, which does not cause any side effects, can alleviate most of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with springtime allergies, such as feeling sedated, drugged and foggy or fatigued,” she said. “In addition, allergies are draining enough – they should not also drain the wallet.”

Author of four books on health and wellness, Dr. Cutler is the founder of BioSet, a natural allergy elimination technique with clinics established throughout the country and a teaching clinic/institute in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her books on allergies include Winning the War Against Allergies and The Food Allergy Cure. Her latest book is MicroMiracles, Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes. She is available for interviews and will provide other useful natural health tips to prevent allergies and quickly alleviate their symptoms. Media contact: Connie St John, The St John Group – 415-454-2243.

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