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Can I suggest something that might help your ashtma? I used to have ashtma up until I was 15 y/o. I understand how difficult it is.

After my last ashtma episode at age 15, I continue to suffer of terrible allergies up until a year ago. I would sneeze every morning as if I had a cold. Doctors had said that I was going to have this type of allergy until I die. I believed this bec. I, like most people, believe our doctors. One day I said to myself I would try to find a cure for this horrible 'morning allergy' as they called it.

I tried eliminating certain foods and writing down what I eliminated. The next day I would try something different. Finally after about 2 years of testing I realized that I was allergic to night shade vegetables. I have to mention that I also eliminated bread, cereals, pasta etc.

I don't have allergies anymore!!! I don't sneeze every morning. I feel fantastic! I also don't feel short of breath as I did once in a while before. I share this bec. it might help u. Ashtma is no fun.
What do I eat? I eat a mostly carnivore diet, 1 or 2 raw carrots(necessary to stay regular), cheese( I love cheese). I give myself a treat 2 or 3 pieces of chocolate about 60gr per day. I have personally discovered that vegetables might not be all good for all humans. Certainly tomatoes, zuccini, pickles are not my friends. If you want, give it a try you might find that u no longer have ashtma.