I've been asked many times, how accurate is a Allergy Test. We find that most are not accurate. Hear it from an expert on the efficacy of these tests.
The Allergy Kit, is not a test kit, but an energetic way to eliminate your allergies for good. It's simple to administer and will offer you many more benefits than just a test that is about as accurate as the weatherman. You don't even have to know what you are allergic to to do the treatment. And one kit is good for the whole family.
The Gluten Intolerance trend is becoming epidemic. With more than 7.5 million returns and testimonials that seem like magic, from helping the obvious like digestive problems and skin disorders, to those that seem impossible, like epilepsy, insomnia, ADHD and joint pain.
It seems like the internet is finally working the way it is supposed to. As people see benefits from gluten free products, demand is increasing and the websites that offer it are growing exponentially.
Even though less than 1 percent of the population suffer from celiac disease, the majority are receiving benefits from excluding wheat. The reason is that there are over 23,000 different proteins, one of which is gluten. All have a possibility of negatively effecting your immune system in an allergic response.
When you have a reaction with any of these proteins that you could be allergic to, your body's reaction is inflammation in the tissue, including tendons, joint surfaces, cartilage, the lining of the entire digestive tract, and even the lining of the digestive tract and even the lining of the hundreds of blood vessels throughout our bodies.
These proteins can also have a direct toxic effect on the heart, endocrine, and the immune system including the brain.
This information is for all, not just those that have been diagnosed with gluten intolerance.
The gluten issue is indeed very real and threatening. It now seems clear that these proteins found in wheat may harbor the potential for even more detrimental effects on human health.
The only conclusion you can ascertain from this information is to avoid wheat at all costs and treat yourself with The Allergy Kit, just in case you come in contact with wheat that is hidden in most all foods on the supermarket shelves or restaurants.
Even though The Allergy Kit will eliminate your negative effects to wheat, these facts tell us that we should avoid wheat as much as you can. And when you can't, you are protected from it's effects.
It should be obvious that giving your ADHD child too much soda and candy makes them bounce off the walls on a sugar high, but could it be possible that being allergic to other food items like tomatoes, eggs or gluten can have a similar reaction.
A Dutch study found that putting ADHD kids on a restrictive diet to eliminate possible, previously unknown food allergies or sensitivities decreased hyperactivity in 64% of the kids studied.
In the study, of the 41 kids who completed the elimination diet, 32 saw decreased symptoms. When certain foods thought to be "triggers" for each child were reintroduced, most of the children relapsed. The elimination diets, which lasted five weeks, consisted predominantly of rice, white meat chicken and some vegetables.
Among 50 kids given a "control" diet that was just a standard, healthy diet for children, significant changes were not noted. Given these findings, Buitelaar recommended that the elimination diet become part of standard of care for children with ADHD.
In my experience in speaking with mothers of children that have used The Allergy Kit, the hyperactive tendency diminished or were completely eliminated.
It wasn’t evident which allergen was the trigger for ADHD, but the elimination of them changes the behavior in such a way that many mothers call it a miracle.
Christine is one of those cases. Click here to hear her story.
The Allergy Kit is an easier approach to an elimination diet that can be difficult to administer with kids that have ADHD. Also, there is the social stigma with a special diet and nutritional deficiency is also a factor with such a limited diet for any length of time.
Most ADHD kids are hard enough to handle anyway and limiting their favorite foods can be difficult and cause more behavioral problems than it’s worth.
The relationship between food allergies and ADHD is not new and many pediatricians remain skeptical of a true connection between diet and hyperactivity.
If my child had ADHD, I would try anything to help them. I would weigh the risk vs reward and be open to thinking “outside the box”. My doctor doesn’t live in my house.
He has no idea what it’s like living with ADHD. If The Allergy Kit doesn’t work for my kid, I can get my money back. Ask you doctor to give you your money back if their drugs don’t work and maybe he will have an ADHD response that mimics you child.
Two Australian researchers have found that CSIRO-developed GMO wheat which was created to silence particular genes in the crop, can also silence certain DNA and RNA sequences in humans, causing fatality as early as age five or six.
The researchers are calling the GMO a safety issue, which requires further study before the wheat is planted in more areas and offered for sale in grocery stores.
The United States should be as concerned about protecting it's people as the Aussies.
More long term studies to ascertain the risk of this new wheat. Wheat is in every nook and cranny in the American diet and my concern is that if further studies aren’t done, we could have a catastrophe.
I have to interject a true story about my wife, Dr Ynge Ljung. She started complaining of pain in her hip. And it was getting worse. There were days that she could hardly walk. I was considering searching on Craig’s list for a wheelchair or walker (not really). It was really getting that bad.
We came to the conclusion that it was wheat through muscle testing and decided to go on an abstinence diet. We eliminated all wheat from her diet and all the pain went away. It took about 4 days. Then, when there were no more symptoms, she snuck a little bread, from our favorite restaurant. When we walked out of the restaurant, the pain started again and increased until she could hardly walk again. Four days later, it finally passed.
So we treated her with The Allergy Kit using vial 6, the one for wheat and gluten. She still stayed away from wheat just because we had such a bad experience. A week went by and we were back at the restaurant again, the one with the great bread. This time, she held the bread in her hand and I muscle tested her. She was strong. So she had just one little piece. And she was fine.
She's now back to her old self. She is eating whatever she wants.
It’s incredible how she was ready for a walker or something worse and just from the wheat. Yes, we are in the allergy business, but when it hits so close to home, we can finally, first hand, relate to what The Allergy Kit can do and how it can change somebody’s life.
In the United States, it’s not necessary, and even considered taboo, to advertise your product as GMO free. The government says it’s not fair to the competition.
If that’s not bad enough, we are constantly being treated like guinea pigs. GMO products hasn't thoroughly been tested for safety. The company that produces the GMO wheat test it, and the FDA approves it without any other third party testing.
It sounds a little fishy, don't you think. And yes, if they hurt you or your family because you ate their wheat, thanks to Obama, you can’t sue them. What kind of a world do we live in?
We must take responsibility for our own health. We can't become a victim expecting someone else to fix us, our doctor, our alternative practitioner or anyone else. Step by step, we can start changing what we do and how we think to make positive changes in our lives. We can do it!
I was recently featured on Fox News to discuss gluten free foods and the gluten free aisle in the grocery store. The interview included one of the most common questions I get asked for people that suffer from gluten intolerance. What is safe to eat on the gluten free aisle in the grocery store? Please take a minute to listen to the discussion below.
Allergies create stress and stress causes allergies. That's the reason why we include a stress vial in our kits. When we eliminate the stress of everyday life (you can use the stress vial whenever you feel stressed), the adrenals are able to strengthen and repair.
It's easy to spot a severe allergic reaction, but a much more common scenario is a person with a low-grade allergy to, say gluten, who never pinpoints the cause of the misery.
Symptoms are vague, like bloating, constipation, weight gain and foggy thinking. And since the exposure is daily, eating breads, pasta and so on, the connection is not obvious. And over time, the hidden allergy takes a toll on the immune system and your health.
Eating gluten, if you are gluten intolerant, can cause all types or autoimmune diseases. One of the worst is celiac disease. Celiac disease causes the immune system to turn on itself, attacking the healthy lining of the digestive tract. And the major trigger is gluten, a sticky protein found in many grains.
Unchecked autoimmune diseases mean the gut is in a constant state of inflammation, a breeding ground for chronic illness.
Inflammation is one of the biggest drivers of weight gain and disease in America. And when the gut is inflamed,the body is even more prone to food allergies, so the problem spirals out of control.
When the lining of the gut is inflamed, small fissures open between the tightly woven cells making up the gut walls. Known as leaky gut syndrome, these chinks in the gut’s armor allow bacteria and partially digested food molecules to slip out into the bloodstream where they are considered foreign invaders.
The problem is that most people eat foods they are allergic to several times a day. Meaning every time that food enters the body, the immune system whips itself into a frenzy. But because symptoms are delayed up to 72 hours after eating, a low-grade food allergy can be hard to spot.
Without diagnosis or awareness, the damage is repeated over and over, meal after meal. Eventually, inflammation seeps throughout the body, establishing an environment ripe for weight gain and all types of chronic disease.
Identifying and treating food allergies and food sensitivities is important and can now be treated in the comfort of your own home using energy medicine principles.
Sometimes your symptoms go far beyond just gluten. We've found that food sensitivities are a major cause in many diseases and create a downward spiral in your health that are difficult to diagnose and therefore treat.
The Allergy Kit to the rescue. The Allergy Kit treats most food allergies including milk, sugar, gluten, egg and chicken plus many others.
You can see if food allergies are stealing your health and well being by trying out this easy, affordable do-it-yourself process that's guaranteed to make a positive change in your life.
Don't feel bad another day. Get your life back now.
It's bad enough to be allergic to the foods we eat, but when the water we drink and bathe in can cause allergies, we just might be loosing the battle to be healthy and allergy free.
Certain chemicals used to purify tap water may play a role in the development of food allergies, a new study suggests.
Researchers from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) noted that the chemicals, known as dichlorophenols, are also used to make pesticides and may be found in treated fruits and vegetables.
While the study could not prove a cause-and-effect relationship, it suggests "that high levels of dichlorophenol-containing pesticides can possibly weaken food tolerance in some people, causing food allergy," the study's lead author, allergist Dr. Elina Jerschow, explained in an ACAAI news release. "This chemical is commonly found in pesticides used by farmers and consumer insect and weed-control products, as well as tap water." Here is a link to the full article.
But if you have The Allergy Kit, you can use it to treat for the water you drink and bathe in. Put a little on a que tip and use the procedure to treat the water. It's simple and will help you lick the allergy battle that is trying to overwhelm our immune system.
Celiac disease is a serious immune system reaction to the protein in wheat and less in other grains that's common in today's diet. Try having a meal without wheat, pasta, bread or fillers is difficult. Most medications also have gluten. Most people with celiac disease are allergic to wheat. When wheat is eaten, it damages the small intestines and reeks havoc with the digestive system. Even the nutrients will be more difficult to be absorbed is you have an allergic reaction.
New research from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., suggests that the disease is four times more common today than it was in the 1950s, and not just because doctors are more likely to test for it.
Doctors don't know why celiac is on the rise. It may be due to changes in the way wheat is grown and processed, or the ubiquity of gluten in medications and processed foods. Symptoms of celiac disease include diarrhea, abdominal pain and weight loss. Nutritional problems are also common, and anemia, loss of teeth and premature bone loss can occur.
To me, it sounds like an allergic reaction on steroids. When you have an allergic reaction, the immune system tries to protect you from what it thinks is an intruder or poison. This reaction causes problems in the gut and digestive tract.
If we can get the body to stop reaction to the gluten in a negative way, the gut might be given a chance to heal and if the body doesn't overact to the gluten, the body can come back in to balance and become healthy again.
The Allergy Kit can do just that. It can stop the body from reacting negatively to the allergen and might even allow you to eat things that were on the list of No No foods.
What would it be like to eat foods again without worry. That is what is now possible if you eliminate your allergies.
Doctors don't have the answers and just because they don't, doesn't mean that the answers aren't there. It simple means that you have to think out of the box and try something different. And I can guarantee you that The Allergy Kit is just that. A new way to get rid of your allergies that have been plaguing you for way too long.
Stop suffering and try something new. Just remember, if you keep doing the same thing over and over again, you will get the same results. Say goodbye to old habits that don't serve you anymore. To get more info on a natural allergy treatment that works, click here.
I was reading an article the other day by Sharon Jayson titled Stress Can Make Allergies worse.
Allergies act up when people are under stress, and those allergic reactions are worse the second day, according to a new study reported Thursday by an Ohio State University researcher known for her work on stress and health.
In a presentation to the American Psychological Association, Janice Kiecolt-Glaser explained how stress negatively affects the immune system and places people at risk for a host of diseases.
Her newest research focuses on allergies, the fifth most common chronic disease in the USA. For example, allergic rhinitis, commonly called hay fever, affects an estimated 20% of adults and 40% of children, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. It is the No. 1 cause of work absenteeism due to chronic illness and leads to more than 2 million missed school days for children.
She found that stress makes people's allergies worse, particularly on the second day when the effects of stress linger. Kiecolt-Glaser, a professor psychology and psychiatry at the university's College of Medicine in Columbus, says people may have more persistent symptoms if they are stressed when the allergic reactions start.
In an experiment conducted by Kiecolt-Glaser and colleagues, 28 men and women with a history of hay fever and seasonal allergies but not asthma were given a battery of skin tests and put through a number of stressful activities, such as giving a videotaped speech before a panel of experts and solving math problems without pen or paper.
Basically, she said, "we bring people into the laboratory and stress them."
The result: "Folks who are more anxious had bigger (allergic) responses during stress," she said. "Even the day after stress, for more anxious persons, you see persistence of allergic symptoms." And allergy medications, such as antihistamines, have little or no effect on the late-phase responses, she said.
In other stress research to be presented to the APA, Herbert Benson, a physician and director emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, on Friday will explain how repetitious exercises that clear the mind of everyday thoughts, such as yoga and prayer, evoke what he terms the "relaxation response" and reduce psychological distress.
His new work compared 19 adults who regularly engaged in activities that evoked the relaxation response to 19 who did not and found, through blood tests, differences in their white cell activity, which affects stress levels.
In a second part of the investigation, 20 people who hadn't tried the practice were assigned to do it for eight weeks. They developed the same changes as those who evoked the relaxation response regularly.
"This is firm proof that the mind can affect the body in a therapeutic way," Benson says. "By doing repetition and disregarding other thoughts, it brings about changes in the body."
We understand how important getting stress under control as it relates to allergies and that's why we offer a stress vial in The Allergy Kit.