What causes allergies and chemical sensitivities?
Our clinic can now identify and isolate these phenolics, then neutralize the allergic effects homeopathically with gentle, painless natural methods thus helping to desensitize the allergy.
Think of it! People no longer have to restrict their diets (unless these foods will provoke severe reactions) and no longer need "allergy shots"! A list of phenolic compounds and the common foods with which they are associated are included in Appendix B.
What is the relationship between allergies and
Do I have to restrict my diet to avoid allergies?
However, there is a small, select group of people that are critically sensitive to some foods and should still avoid those items. These people require special therapeutic programs and instructions.
Why should I have allergies and feel tired even if I
eat only "good foods"?
The solution is to strengthen the body's immune system by neutralizing and desensitizing phenolic compounds within the foods, NOT by avoiding the foods themselves!
What are some of the symptoms of allergies?
Furthermore, many other problems such as depression, bedwetting, hayfever, headaches, stomach and intestinal disorders and skin problems have been helped by phenolic neutralization.
Remember, the body is a very complex system. Relief from a stressful condition (such as an allergy) can very easily relieve stress in other parts of the body. In severe cases, it is like removing a crushing pressure from the body which has been held in a "vice-grip" for years!
Are there ways I can tell if I or someone in my family, especially my child. has an allergy? Many of the symptoms of allergies in children are similar to allergies in adults. Doris J. Rapp, M.D. has reported that some children with allergies show black, blue or red circles under the eyes (called allergic shiners) which appear after a person gets near or eats something to which they are allergic. Another clue is bags under the eyes. Some children have puffiness directly below the eyes and others also have little bags below the outer edge of each eye. Deep creases or wrinkles under the eyes are typical of persons with an allergy. 
Allergies to foods and chemicals are also linked to learning disabilities, hyperactivity and behavioral problems in children (and adults).
How can allergies be treated painlessly?
These methods have been especially welcomed by parents with children who have suffered from a fear of needles and the discomfort of skin reactions, nausea and other unpleasant reactions caused by conventional provocative allergy testing.
TABLE 4 Some Possible Common Signs, Symptoms and Conditions Related to Hidden Food, Chemical and Environmental Allergies (These symptoms, like those of Candida infection, require the expertise of a physician to diagnose their exact cause. It should be emphasized that many illnesses and disease conditions have identical symptoms.) Acid indigestion Ear drainage Poor coordination Acne and pimples Earache Poor memory Aggressive behavior Eczema Poor concentration Anxiety Epilepsy Psoriasis Arthritis Faintness Rapid heart rate Asthma Fear Rashes Back pain Frequent colds and Rectal itching Bad breath sore throats Restlessness Bed wetting "Fullness" in head Ringing in the ears Bleeding gums Hair Loss Runny, stuffy or Brain allergies Hallucinations bloody nose Bronchitis Hayfever Seizures Canker sores Headache Sinus congestion Chronic cough Hearing loss Sluggish in morning Chronic fatigue Heart palpitations Slurred speech Cold hands and feet Heartburn Sneezing Compulsive behavior Hives Sore tongue Compulsive eating Hormonal imbalances Sore throat Confusion Hyperactivity Stiffness Constipation Hypoglycemia Stomach ache Cracked lips Inability to concentrate Stuttering Cramps Insomnia Sugar Cravings Crying Irritability Swelling of the hands, Dandruff Joint aches and pains feet or ankles Dark circles under the Learning disabilities Swelling around eyes eyes Loose teeth Swollen lips Daydreaming Low blood pressure Ulcers Depressed or excessive Lowered resistance to Underweight sexual drive infections Urinary pain Depression Mental lethargy Vomiting Desire for tobacco or Motion sickness Weakness alcohol Muscle spasms Diarhhea Muscle aches and pains Dizziness Overweight
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