Yoga

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The health benefits of yoga have been hotly debated for many years, but one thing that has been shown to be true is the effect of yoga on food allergies. By improving metabolism, reducing stress hormones and optimizing circulation, yoga truly is a comprehensive health enhancer, which also means it impacts the immune system and gut. Yoga has been connected to reducing the immune response to misidentified proteins, thus lowering the allergic reactions symptoms that you experience. Practicing yoga 1-2 times per week can improve your overall health and immune system health, so give it a try!

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