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Food Intolerances or Food Allergies.
We all have been led to believe that adverse reactions to food are few and far between, and that the adverse reactions to foods are limited to the gut.
Nothing could be farther form the truth!
Food intolerance reactions commonly won’t show up for many days after that food is eaten. And those reactions are often a long way from the gut.
Here’s an example,
We were working with a woman close to retirement age. Our testing found that she was intolerant to dairy. One day she came in for a visit, and we found that she had recently eaten some dairy. She couldn’t think of where she might have had dairy and went home after the visit. Then, a week later she called me and said that she had just had 2 grand mal seizures. The woman had been to 2 gatherings where food was brought to serve the attendees. They were served a wild rice soup, which is usually a cream base at one of the gatherings. And there was another food with dairy in it at the other gathering. We concluded that dairy was the cause of her life-long problem with seizures.
Seizures are but one type of food intolerance reaction. There are many other responses that we can have. Brain fog, migraine, fatigue, thyroid problems,arthritis, autoimmune responses are only a few of the potential reactions our bodies can have from food intolerances.
We know that most of our negative food responses are reactions and not true allergies. We also know that gluten reduces the flow of blood in the brain. Gluten also produces “Depression and Anxiety; Insomnia, Brain Fog, ADHD, and Migraines; Peripheral Neuropathy, Epilepsy, and Vertigo; Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder; Autoimmune Brain Damage.”
Food Intolerances may be linked to:
- Hormone imbalances
Food Allergy Tests May Not Be Accurate.
Regarding IgG skin prick and blood allergy tests,
This test has never been scientifically proven to be able to accomplish what it reports to do. The studies used to support the use of this test are often out of date and in non-reputable journals. And many of these studies have not even used the IgG test in question. The presence of IgG is likely a normal response of the immune system to exposure to food. In fact, these higher levels of IgG may simply be associated with tolerance to those foods.
Due to the lack of evidence to support its use, the following organizations recommended against using IgG food intolerance and sensitivity testing:
- American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
- Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
- European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 
We test for food intolerance reactions.
We test by methods that have been shown to have a 95-96% accuracy. 6 We can test people for reactions while they remain in their home. Most of our work is virtual at a distance.
We do webinars on food intolerances.
This allows us to explain in more detail how food intolerances work.
Click the link below to join the next webinar where we explain how this can happen for you.
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 Blood Tests, FARE https://www.foodallergy.org/life-with-food-allergies/food-allergy-101/diagnosis-testing/blood-tests. Accessed12/18/18.
 The Myth Of the IGG Food Panel Testing, Allergy Asthma & Immunology, https://www.aaaai.org/conditions-and-treatments/
library/allergy-library/IgG-food-test. Accessed 12/24/18.
 What Kind of Food Allergy Testing is Actually Reliable?, Paleo Leap, https://paleoleap.com/what-kind-allergy-testing-is-reliable/. Accessed 12/18/18.
6. ICAK-USA, http://www.icakusa.com/content/faqs. Accessed 4/10/12
Dr. Scott Cuthbert D.C., Dr. George J. Goodheart Jr D.C, Index Medicus Journal article on MMT and AK (.pdf / 316 kb). Accessed 4/10/12
Anne M. Jensen, 1,2 Richard J. Stevens,1,2 and Amanda J. Burls, BMC Complement Altern Med. 2016; 16: 492., Estimating the accuracy of muscle response testing: two randomised-order blinded studies, BMC Complement Altern Med. 2016; 16: 492, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5131520/, 11/30/16. Accessed 12/28/18.
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