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Allergy and Food Sensitivity Treatment is Available

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Allergy Alleviation,

Have seasonal allergies and asthma got you down?  Are food sensitivities giving you gas, bloating and other uncomfortable digestive symptoms?  Feeling fatigued from all the nasal congestion?  Eczema or psoriasis making “shorts weather” unsightly?  Tired of trying to find a laundry detergent that doesn’t make you sneeze?

We are proud to announce that we will now offer Low Dose Allergen (LDA) Immunotherapy Therapy at our practice to help you with all your allergy symptoms!  We want nothing more for you (and ourselves) than to have freedom from those annoying allergy complaints.

LDA is a revolution in allergy relief.   Safe and convenient, with no risk of anaphylaxis, LDA is cost effective and may help you get the long term relief you’ve been looking for in an allergy treatment.


(Frequently Asked Questions)

What is it? Low dose antigen (LDA) therapy is a cutting edge immunotherapy for the reduction and removal of the allergic response to over 300 allergens.   The allergens LDA is formulated to treat include inhalant pollens, dust and mites, fungi, yeast, molds, foods, food additives, pets and dander, common chemicals and perfumes, and formaldehyde—almost any allergen you may have.

Why should I consider LDA therapy?  LDA therapy is useful for the treatment of:

=         Hay fever and seasonal allergies.

=         Food sensitivities and inflammatory gut problems related to food sensitivities.

=         Mold and fungus sensitivities.

=         Fatigue related to allergies.

=         Eczema, psoriasis, and various dermatitis conditions related to allergies.

=         Chemical sensitivities such as perfumes, chemicals, formaldehyde, and soaps.

=         Mood disorders such as ADD and ADHD when they are related to allergens.

It’s safe, convenient, and very effective.

ALCAT Testing - Food Intolerances

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Allergy Alleviation,

Food intolerances are often a hidden problem, causing health issues that seem to have no cause. 

Food allergy is an IgE immune system response that is typically characterized by hives, shortness of breath, upset stomach and in some cases anaphylaxis. The most common food allergies are to nuts, shellfish, wheat and dairy. According to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, only about 4% of the United States population has a food allergy.

Food intolerance, on the other hand, is much more common than food allergies and is characterized by:

*digestive disorders
*chronic fatigue
*aching joints
*skin disorders
*behavioral issues