By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Russell Shein
According to the CDC, around 50 million Americans have a food allergy of some kind. Food allergies affect an estimated 4%-6% of children and 4% of adults. Food allergy symptoms generally present themselves in infants and children, but can also present later in life as adults. It is even possible to develop an allergy to a food you have eaten for years without issue. It is heavily debated as to exactly why food allergies exist, and many debate over whether it comes from what age foods are introduced to children. Some theorize that children should not be given common allergens until 3 years of age, some argue that introducing these foods earlier will help prevent allergies. Regardless of the debate, the one thing we know to be true is that every person has a unique body, and as such it processes things slightly different than other people. Food sensitivities can affect our lives in more ways than one, and it is difficult to trace exactly what foods you are sensitive to since the reactions can happen hours or even days after a problem food is eaten. If you think you might have a food sensitivity, we recommend food sensitivity testing to identify exactly which foods are affecting you so that you can avoid them and start feeling better.
Get answers about which foods you are reacting to with Food Sensitivity Testing! Order TODAY!
We care about you and are here to help you.
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.