By Alane Palmer ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
Ever considered taking a food allergy test? When do you need one? Sometimes is it an obvious answer and other times, it may be something you have never really considered. Here’s a question that may help you when determining if you need an allergy test: Do you sometimes feel defeated because it seems like you haven‘t felt like yourself in a while and the medications that you are taking aren’t making you feel you any better? I know that I have felt that exact same way. I was feeling so tired all the time due to my hypothyroidism. My doctors would often look at my blood work and then give me a certain expression, as if the tiredness that I was feeling didn’t line up with my blood work. You know in your gut that there is something wrong but sometimes people, including yourself make you think it’s all in your head. This gives you a feeling like you’re not important and not being heard. I say all this because I now understand that my body reacts negatively to certain foods, which wasn’t so obvious before my food allergy test.
For others it may be more obvious that there is a food allergy because after eating certain foods they experience immediate symptoms like fatigue, bloating, stomachache, constipation and diarrhea just to name a few. These symptoms could be related to a food allergy.
Maybe its time to try a more natural route. Maybe the answer is so simple, take an allergy test. That way you can find out what foods are affecting your energy levels and health. All you have to do is order our test kit and the full color results easy to read plus rotation diet will be mailed to you in a few short weeks! It sounds ridiculously easy- and it is!
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Medical disclaimer: Our food allergy test kit and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.
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