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Why would an 18-year-old college student develop new food allergies?

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2011-09-13 17:17:42
2011-09-13 17:17:42

It's all about the diet, eat raw natural and organic! You wouldn't believe what you are eating in and on your foods, no matter how much you wash an apple it's still covered in what many say is the equivalent of raid. Try to eat what you are allergic to but try it organic or free range organic.

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