Complement Antigen Testing for Delayed Food Allergies or Food Sensitivities and Treatment of Chronic Disease
When most people think of food allergies, they envision a person in a restaurant clutching their throat, unable to breathe! You assume that this victim has accidentally eaten a food containing traces of shellfish or peanuts. Understanding food allergies or sensitivities will prove, anaphylactic or immediate food allergies are only one type of reaction. This site explains food allergies, intolerances and sensitivity, the causes and the significance of food allergy testing.
Delayed food sensitivities - sometimes called food allergies - are extremely common and are related to Gastrointestinal, Neurological Conditions, Lung Chest, Dermatologic, Ear, Nose and Throat, Musculoskeletal, Genitourinary, Cardiovascular and Endocrine problems. Everyone has seen the commercials on television that help sufferers of diarrhea, upset stomach, GERD and many other chronic health problems. What if we told you that these are all related to delayed food sensitivities? Instead of simply masking the symptoms with Band-aid medicine we can use the new Complement Antigen Test vs. IgG4 or IgE tests to determine the food sensitivities or food allergies that are special to you. When you follow the suggested diet, you can eliminate the problems ( headache, gastro-intestinal, asthma, eczema etc.) at the source.
The technology behind the test explains the complement antigen test methodology, hypersensitivity reactions, the difference between my Complement Antigen Test vs. IgG4 or IgE tests and how it can improve overall health. My blood test checks for 132 food, dyes and additives. The preparations for the test are simple and the Program including Phases I, II, and III explain the process.
Hopefully many of you are already amazed; however, if you need more information to convince you, view the infomation about all the chronic disorders that the this test can resolve including IBS, migraines, Crohn's disease, Colitis, arthritis, fibromyalgia and even learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, and autism! You may think it's unbelievable but it's true! Read the testimonials from our patients who love their new medicine-free lives. Visit our Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more. Make sure to look at our symptom check-list to to see how delayed food sensitivities are currently affecting your life.