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Low IGA- can diet and supplements really help with chronic illness?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 31, 2013 at 5:31 AM

I have a low iga titer and Im constantly sick with respiratory symptoms. Finally my immunologist put me on 500 mg of Azithromycin weekly to keep me from getting sick. I have tried several different diets but never stuck to anything because it didnt seem like it helped. I have decided to try the Paleo diet and hope that this will help me. I would eventually like to stop taking antibiotics. Any suggestions with supplements?

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Yes I am taking a probiotic. I will try the omus or aquatic greens- thanks but where do I buy that? At a whole foods store?

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on March 31, 2013
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Are you taking a soil based probiotic in conunction with the antibiotic? My concern is that you are causing a huge imbalance of your good bacteria to harmful bacteria by such regular use of broad-spectrum antibiotics. Going gluten free and avoiding dairy, at least for the time being, should be a huge help. While your body tries to detox, it will probably be a good idea to add a whole-body detox like ormous greens or aquatic greens with chlorella to remove the toxins that have built up in your body and keep triggering these respiratory infections.

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Yes I am taking a probiotic. I will try the omus or aquatic greens- thanks but where do I buy that? At a whole foods store?

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