By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
Having difficulty breathing lately but you know that you aren’t sick with bronchitis, pneumonia or suffering from asthma? Most people don’t make the connection right away, but breathing difficulties can be associated with food allergies or a food intolerance. Most people that have “true” food allergies always ask “What’s in the food?” before they eat it to make sure that they don’t end up in the hospital. However, allergies and delayed intolerances can pop up on you from out of nowhere and start causing symptoms. The challenge is that traditional food “allergies” are “immediate” reactions to food but there are also “delayed“ food allergies which are harder to identify. This means that while you are enjoying your food at the moment, hours later or even a few days later your allergies can present itself in symptoms including breathing difficulties.
So what can be done if you suspect that you may have food allergies? Do you have to go to the doctor and get pricked all over your arm with who knows what? No, you don’t have to go through that procedure. I did it once and I still get grossed out when I think about what the specimens were that my doctor used on me. Luckily for you, finding out whether or not you have food allergies is easier than ever! All you have to do is take a food allergy blood test. Seriously, you can order a test kit and get your results in about 3 weeks! Find out which foods that used to safe for you are now triggering symptoms. Our test kits are also able to reveal both immediate (IgE) and delayed (IgG) food allergies. Take a deep breath………….
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Medical disclaimer: Our food allergies 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.