Keeping Seasonal Allergies in Check, Part 1


Allergens normally begin spreading throughout the country in the spring when plants begin to release pollen; however, research is showing that allergy season tends to get worse every year, and the length of time these allergens spread across the country is growing. Nate Jones, CEO of Xlear, Inc., details why we shouldn’t use antihistamines in our fight against allergens. Instead, since most allergens enter through the nose, mouth and eyes, keeping these gateways to the body clean is of utmost importance during allergy season if you want to reduce symptoms and not rely on antihistamines. Nate also brings us an update on his courageous advocacy for health freedom, and for upholding the right to share truthful scientific information to the public. Click HERE for part 2.

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