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View Full Version : Do you have food allergies???


veperez
06-05-2007, 08:52 AM
After doing this 3 Day Fruit Flush Detox, I am more than ever convinced that I have a food sensitivity/allergie to gluten & some grains.

As I was reading this article:

Food Allergy Relief ...When You Have Allergic Food Reactions,Do You Know Which Kind...Immediate or Delayed? (http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/170.cfm)

I also found a free symptom worksheet (http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/department5.cfm) ...for people who have chronic, nagging symptoms (itchy skin, headaches, tiredness, indigestion, bloating, etc.) ...and for people with symptoms they have "learned to live with..."

Get instant, confidential feedback and suggestions on what to do for real relief...

Your answers are confidential and anonymous. Rate your symptoms on how you felt the past 30 days - include symptoms you have learned to live with and/or associate with getting older.

There are two short sections (A and B). It will take just minutes to complete and when you finish, click the evaluate/show recommendation button for suggestions based upon over 25 million laboratory tests performed since 1978.


These were my results: smileys/smiley3.gif


<DIV id=comments>Thank you for taking the time to complete your symptom worksheet. The information you provided is kept strictly confidential. Both a Candida test and an Immuno One Bloodprint test are strongly recommended. These recommendations are made based upon the symptoms you noted and over 25 years of experience using this worksheet with healthcare practitioners around the world. For more information on the Candida test and the Immuno One Bloodprint, please read...

What People are Saying About Candida Testing...
http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/159.cfm

Laboratory Test Description and Information...
http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/department6.cfm

The Human Bloodprint: A Sensitivity Assay that Proves Food Is the First and Best Medicine

http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/241.cfm

Additional tests and treatment may be appropriate when more is learned about you and your particular situation. Our company partners with thousands of healthcare practitioners worldwide and it will be our pleasure to refer you to someone convenient to where you live. To contact us for more personalized assistance and/or referral to a qualified healthcare practitioner...
https://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/40.cfm

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To your health,

~ Vilma


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jnmurra
06-05-2007, 01:29 PM
Yep, I figured out a couple months ago that the wheezing I had experienced for almost 6 months (and sought numerous treatments for, including prednisone!)was due to dairy, specifically regular milk. I switched to soy and within 24 hours, theterrible wheeze was gone. I can eat a little cheese, but if I eat too much, I get a slight wheeze. I don't know if it's the actualmilk/milk productsor the penicillin that gets into the milk because I am allergic to penicillin and have been since I was an infant. I never should have been drinking regular milk to begin with probably.

After I did the candida cleanse in March, I had to wonder if I am allergic to wheat or gluten. I have had dark circles under my eyes since my early 20s, but I am anemic, so I assumed it was from that. After doing the candida cleanse for a little over 2 weeks, the dark circles were gone! I mean it's been almost 15 years of dealing with dark circles. You probably know, but on the candida cleanse, I had no wheat, no gluten, etc. When I added whole grain bread and wheat bread back into my diet, the dark circles reappeared. So I don't know. I do plan on being tested, though, to find out.

Thanks for the links! I will check them later on this evening when I get some time! http://www.wahm.com/forum/smileys/smiley1.gif

Yogi
06-05-2007, 01:48 PM
I think the worse thing about food allergies is that one seems to lead to the next. And it's criminal that American medicine simply prescribes symtpomaticchemical treatmentsrather than getting back to basics and teaching us how to eat.


veperez
06-05-2007, 02:01 PM
After I did the candida cleanse in March, I had to wonder if I am allergic to wheat or gluten. I have had dark circles under my eyes since my early 20s, but I am anemic, so I assumed it was from that. After doing the candida cleanse for a little over 2 weeks, the dark circles were gone! I mean it's been almost 15 years of dealing with dark circles. You probably know, but on the candida cleanse, I had no wheat, no gluten, etc. When I added whole grain bread and wheat bread back into my diet, the dark circles reappeared. So I don't know. I do plan on being tested, though, to find out.

Thanks for the links! I will check them later on this evening when I get some time! http://www.wahm.com/forum/smileys/smiley1.gif

I'm planning to do this cleanse sometime in July. Like you, i've always had dark circles under my eyes and this test also said I was high in Candia as well. I'm lactose intolerant so I only drink Soymilk, however, I love cheese &amp; I eat cottage cheese &amp; yogurt almost on a daily basis. I'm thinking that I might be sensitive to gluten, wheat, and maybe all types of dairy http://www.wahm.com/forum/smileys/smiley19.gif... will have to test myself to find out for sure.



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