By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC

food allergy testing Recently, a client came to my office. He was eating healthy. Plenty of fruits, vegetables, salads, organic meats, low carbohydrates and starches. He was even staying gluten and dairy free! Yet his symptoms persisted. “What else do I need to change?” He asked. I told him too many times I hear this story. My recommendation to him was to do food allergy testing.

The results of food allergy testing are so fascinating to me! YES! You can have food reactions to healthy food and have reactions to those foods, even if you have the best intentions to eat healthy to feel good! Spinach, broccoli, carrots, onions, kale, squash, lettuce, collards, green beans, these are all healthy foods for most people but for people with compromised immune systems even these healthy foods can lead to inflammation which leads to symptoms and health challenges.

People call us saying that they are starving themselves to try to figure out what foods they are reacting too. Many take away grains and beef thinking that is what they need, but some do not improve. That is because they are not removing the foods their body IS reacting to! Food allergy testing will provide you with all the answers you need to know about what YOUR specific diet should be! It will tell you which proteins are the best for you, which grains, fats, vegetables, fruits and even spices. It will also test for chocolate and vanilla so you know which flavor meal drinks are safe for you if you supplement.

Stop the food guessing game today! Get food allergy testing done and get the answers you need!

With all test results are receive a full color rotation diet and a wallet size card listing all the foods you need to avoid.

Phone Orders: Please Call 678-372-2913/Toll Free:866-307-2495



Like us on Facebook

Medical disclaimer: Testing 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.