Understanding Allergies: How to Detect the Seemingly Undetectable Food Sensitivities

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Chances are that you or someone you know has an obvious allergy. In my practice, I have seen numerous ones coming in to see me following an allergic reaction to something simple as Sugar, Tomato, Corn and Peanut. They get hives, and their eyes swell to the size of golf balls. It isn’t very pretty, but it’s blatantly obvious that they have the allergies because their bodies have a physical reaction to it. This is known as a Type I or IgE reaction to food.

There is yet another type of reaction that is harder to detect. Type II or IgG reactions are not immediate and are moreso delayed reactions. Different foods break down and digest at different speeds so the toxicity of these foods to our body differs based on the type of food, the speed at which it breaks down, and our own body’s chemistry.

Though the explanation is suitable, it still leaves one wondering how to detect these allergies and sensitivities before they create more damage and potentially irreversible affects to the body. Without a very scientific and advanced test, IgG reactions and sensitivities are nearly impossible to detect.

Luckily, science is constantly advancing and there is a test that can be conducted to detect these slower moving toxic reactions. The IgG Food Allergy test. The testing from the outside seems simple enough. You or your child get your blood drawn, and then the lab sends you a list of your toxic foods. Many people find that they only have a few toxic foods that are in their workup, however these foods are a significant part of their regular diet. Imagine if you have an allergy to chicken and pasta. While these are only two foods, you might eat them several times a week. Imagine the damage you are doing to your body!

East Valley Naturopathic Doctor’s say:

“A Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) article revealed that more than 75% of the money spent on health care is spent on chronic conditions. Our research indicates that a great deal of these chronic conditions are the direct result of food toxicities; easily treatable by simply removing the foods from your diet.”

After changing their diet to avoid the foods that are proven toxic, people report that their concentration, energy, and general mood improve almost immediately.

Now, it is known that the Autistic body is often very sensitive and children with Autism have many allergies. A lot of these prove to be IgE allergies, to where an immediate reaction is seen. But with so many potential Type II, IgG reactions, what is your child really allergic to? Could the healthy foods that you are directed to give them be really causing havoc on their bodies? Sure, fruits are vegetables are reported to be good for the body, but what if YOUR body or YOUR CHILD’S body doesn’t process these foods in a way that is beneficial?

The only way to find out exactly what foods are good for the body is by having an IgG Food Allergy test done. This is the most efficient and complete way to discover what foods are toxic to your child’s body. Before you can put your child on any Gluten Free, Casein Free, or Limited Fruit diet, it’s important that you discover which foods are really beneficial to them.

Comments

  1. says

    Dear Sirs, Madame
    I am quite desparate to arrange for my daughter to have one of the tests- an IgG Food Allergy test- to be exact. My daughter is autistic and really needs dietary help. In France, they will not provide allergy tests unless the child is exhibiting extreme allergic reactions as you describe in your article or unless they obviously have celiac disease. I have tried for years. Other tests in Switzerland are so expensive as to defy relief and due to my daughters autism I have limited income. (she can not be schooled full time). Any tips on how I can get this test done for my daughter without breaking the bank, would be greatly appreciated. Look forward to hearing from you.
    Kindest regards
    Alexandra Williams

  2. aamir aziz says

    hi,

    mostly the doctors advise to stop dairy products to the autistic children,what is your opinion.

  3. admin says

    Dear Alexandra,
    Please email our office at yvette@newautismcure.com. Yvette can forward you some information regarding the allergy testing and it’s cost.
    We can also email you medical history forms to get more information on your daughter so we can give more accurate recommendations for tests
    and or where to go for treatment.
    best regards

  4. admin says

    Hi Aamir, the reason we also ask parents with autistic kids to stop dairy is because it is one of the most common food for food sensitivity. It has to do with how the animals are raised, and where it is grown. Furthermore, its molecular structure is quite similar to gluten. It can caused cross-reactivity if you are sensitive to gluten. Hence, the diet called GFCF.

  5. says

    Im having problem from alergies like 2 years already.. i made tests 2o times, they cant solve it, but everythime i go out, i get my nose stucked and red eyes, strange that no one can give me some pills, coz from apr to may , i have like red eyes 4 hours per day, and no one knows why.. sad.

  6. admin says

    Hi Rupsek, I am sorry to hear that you have no luck with those allergy tests. This is why in my office we do only “full spectrum delayed testing” and not only that I have a special technique to treat allergies. You have to contact me.

  7. says

    Maintaining a balanced diet is the healthiest thing to do. Leaving gluten and casein products out of your child’s diet may help control autistic behavior, so it is an option that should be considered, but eating a healthy diet altogether is the best way to keep you and your family healthy.

  8. says

    Hi Dr Wong
    Correct me if I am wrong. Is there such word as brain allergy? when one ingests food that he/she is sensitive and causes attention hyperactivity. For eg. coelic disease – gut allergy to gluten diet, asthma – lung allergy. Thanks

  9. admin says

    Hi Leanne, Your are right because there are reactions between tissues (brain, thyroid, kidney, lungs, etc) and allergens. In fact, (I am not paid by them) Cyrex Lab is creating a panel to detect food sensitivities with brain tissues.

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