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Re: Is food allergy testing neccessary?

Posted By: Dee Mc
Date: December-19, 1997 at 11:05:05

In Response To: Is food allergy testing neccessary? (Kristy P)

I always thought I had food allergies. About 15
years ago, I had the blood testing done. It showed
I did have antigens (I think I have the right word)
but no specific food allergies. I have tried cutting
out different substances, without much luck.
After following ER4YT, I'm not bothered by
allergies, food or otherwise. My son, who I also
thought had major food allergies, also is doing well.
(He had been told by a health practitioner he
was allergic to chicken and eggs--cutting those out
didn't help him.)
You might try following ER4YT for several months,
doing your best to avoid the "avoids." Wheat will
cause us problems (type A), and it's probably the
hardest to avoid, especially when eating out.
If you are still having trouble after several months,
then you might consider the testing.

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