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Beating Dust Mite Allergies with Airbiotics

Long term visitors here on KarateGeek.com know that I used to be a mess — ok, some may argue that I still am. In the past I have had an insane number of health issues: I was anemic and asthmatic as a child, I was obese until I was 40, I had stomach cancer, was pre-diabetic, chronic bronchitis, and about a billion other things.

As I’ve gotten older, and as I became involved with a woman who was infinitely wiser than I am, I began to watch what I put into my body. I had already gotten rid of most of the sugar, salt, and soda from my diet, but going through cancer treatment and recovery made me want to kick it up a notch.

The wise woman I mentioned introduced me to something that has changed the quality of my life for the better. Of course, at first, I was totally opposed to it…and even openly mocked it. The product was a super cleaner called Airbiotics and the way it started for me was with dust mites.

One thing I never realized was just how allergic I was to dust mites. It is a problem that as much as 80% of the population suffers. You see, dust mites are everywhere and there’s really nothing we can do about them. But, they aren’t specifically the issue…the issue is their feces and their decaying bodies, both of which are everywhere. That matter covers everything, especially your bed — a place you may occupy as much as 8 hours a day. They also coat upholstered furniture, carpets, and curtains.

Some of the symptoms from dust mites are: Runny noses, sneezing, coughing, trouble breathing. Really, if you are used to waking up with a stuffy feeling or a clogged nose, there is a very good chance you’re one of the hundred million sufferers of the allergy. Even worse than their ever-presence in our homes is the fact that there is no real cure for the allergy. People resort to high level cleaning that can cost as much as $200 a pop and needs to be done weekly to be effective.

That’s where Airbiotics came into play for me. Airbiotics are a probiotic cleaner. I’m going to admit to having no real idea what that is — the simple explanation seems to be that there are bad bacteria and good bacteria. The bad bacteria makes you sick and the good bacteria helps with everything from digesting to cleaning. Probiotics are bacteria that get rid of biofilm. In other words, the take out the dead skin cells that the dust mites eat, along with their feces and gross dead bodies. Even cooler, once you spray Airbiotics on a surface it will continue to clean for the next three days. They are also powerful enough to get deep down into the fibers of your bed and linen, of your couches and curtains, to get rid of all the nastiness.

Airbiotics are simple, smell good, are easy to use, and are completely safe. Where you have to be careful with other cleaners when it comes to kids, pets, and even yourself; with Airbiotics you can literally drink the stuff and it is safe. I spray it in my face all the time…I even clean my tooth brush with the stuff.

It’s freaking AMAZING! Don’t believe me? Check out this video from the manufacturer.

The stuff is a breakthrough and a Godsend for those of you who suffer from allergies or sensitivity to chemicals. And, for those of you into martial arts, this is the stuff the Gracie Academies use to clean their mats and gyms every day. If it is good enough to fight Gracie-Fungus, it’s good enough for me!

Find out more about Airbiotics over on their website at www.AirbioticsUSA.com. Their spray is fantastic and affordable like you wouldn’t believe. Don’t wait – pick up their sample kit and change your health and the health of your family for the better.

-Mat Nastos, the Karate Geek

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Mathias Nastos is the Karate Geek: Formerly 450+ pounds, I'm a dad getting fit thru #MartialArts. Nidan in Aikido, Shodan in American-form Karate, studies kali, boxing, BJJ, and judo. Best-selling action novelist.

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