Animal protein is a major root cause of allergies (Part 1)

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Within each of us there is a never-sleeping bodyguard – the immune system – complicated network of cells, tissues and organs that work cooperatively to defend a body from an array of foreign and inorganic substances ranging from viruses and parasitic worms to industrial toxins and pharmaceutical drugs.

In allergic sufferers, an immune system is oversensitive and mistakenly recognizes harmless substances for disease-causing and fires a false alarm which manifests itself in the form of stuffy nose, itchy watery eyes, cough, sometimes rash and blisters and in rare cases life-threatening anaphylactic shock.

The word “allergy” is derived from two Greek words: “allos”, meaning different or changed and “ergos”, meaning work or action, literally translated it means “changed action”. Devouring corn on a cob, playing with a pet, taking a stroll along blossoming trees in a spring may seem like pleasant activities for some, however to others less fortunate these are self-destruction actions. Corn, dog dander, elm pollen are called allergens as they all can trigger an allergic reaction in such individuals.

Genes are not to blame here, the condition purely depends on environmental factors – how a mother lives while being pregnant and breastfeeding, followed by way of life of a child, a teenager and an adult, more specifically what air they breathe, what water they drink and what food they eat. The reason the condition may seem to be partly dependent on genetics is because a woman who has allergies has a greater a chance of giving birth to an allergic child as she directly passes allergy-producing toxins to a fetus through placenta and umblical cord.

Where do these toxins come from? They come from improper nutrition, poor quality water and air. Most importantly, from consumption of animal protein and improper food combining. The remainder of this article (Part 2) will focus on the effects animal protein has on a human body and how it contributes to the development of allergies.




Please continue to Part 2 of this article:


Animal protein is a major root cause of allergies (Part 2)





Main reference:

Oganyan, M.V. (2004). Golden rules of natural medicine. Rostov-on-Don: Fenix.
Note: No English copy is available (original language is Russian)


  1. Very informative article,

    I sometimes suffer with allergies and still can’t really tell the reason why. But now that you have pointed this out, this might be one of the causes of why this also happens to me.

    Thanks for expressing the truth in what causes this to happen and for breaking it down to simplicity.

    • Nelson,

      Thank you. Make sure to take some action!

  2. An educational and informative post. Quite often sufferers think they have an allergy gene but as you suggest, it does appear that it is an environmental problem.

    I know of someone who actually produced her own allergy by overdosing continually on a certain food and in the end her body couldn’t tolerate it any more. I think she was susceptable though as she nearly died when stung by a honey bee here in the UK. Her throat closed up and it was touch and go for a while. Needless to say, she has to be very careful if bees and wasps are in the vicinity.

    I would be interested to read part 2 of your article but for me the link did not work, perhaps I’ll look in again in a few days time. Ches

    • Thank you Ches for your feedback. I think allergy sufferers think their allergy issues are genetic because they are told so by their family and friends who listen to conventional doctors. If an allergy is genetic that means you cannot do anything about it apart from “controlling” it, that is, taking allergy medications forever. A cured person is a lost customer – that is reality, unfortunately. On the other hand, doctors need to earn a living too, but wouldn’t they gain more, even financially, if they cured all patients instead of constantly relieving them from their symptoms? I think they would.

      You will probably agree with me that the food your acquaintance was overdosing on along with bee poison are allergens, meaning they are triggers of her allergic reaction, not a root of her allergy. Her root problem lies in high of level toxins in her body – immune system fires allergic reaction specifically against them to get rid of them and with time, if the level of those toxins is not decreased, immune system mistakenly starts to fire allergic reactions against harmless substances such as certain foods, animal dander and the like… If you are interested, read Part 2 of the article – I fixed the link.

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