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ALCAT food sensitivity (blood) test

Saturday, July 12, 2014


A chiropractor signed me up for this test. A person came to my house to take the blood samples. Insurance won't pay for this but I have wanted to do this for many years.

The chiropractor sys they see how white bloods react in the presence of many foods.

I was given a list of what I can eat without problems.

I am giving my daughter foods from my kitchen like canned tomatoes, brown rice, kidney beans and black beans, etc.

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  • DS9KIE
    1322 days ago
    1322 days ago
    What's the possibility that there's something else occuring to increase your reaction to those foods? Considering you've been doing juicing, is it possible you've been overdoing the juicing (versus eating the whole foods) and that's cause these reactions? How about having the reactions to some foods causing pseudo-reactions to other foods? How about having some of your medications causing/adding to the reactions? Would it make sense to take anti-allergy meds for a few weeks to lessen your reactions, then go off the meds and test again to be sure the testing was right after your body has had time to heal from the reactions?

    These are just a few of the questions I would have in your shoes. (I don't need you to answer them for me. I'm just telling you what I would be asking in case these questions get you thinking about questions you might have.)
    1322 days ago
  • FROSTY99
    Thanks for sharing-never heard of this.
    1323 days ago
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  • MBPP50
    emoticon I probably need to do that.
    1323 days ago
    It is truly a shame that main strteam medicine does not recognioze the holistic value of chiropractic
    1323 days ago
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