I would like to share one of my most recent patient success stories. I have been treating a middle-aged man for chronic neck and joint pain on and off for the last year. Recently he asked me if there was anything I could do for stomach discomfort that has bothered him since he was a child. The patient went on to tell me that his stomach pain is always in the morning and slowly subsides throughout the day. I told the patient, although I am not a G.I. specialist, that it sounds like his body was causing some form of a toxic reaction in his system. I suggested we draw blood and do a food allergy test. Needless to say, this man’s allergy to eggs was off the charts. He told me he eats 3 to 4 eggs every morning and has been doing so since he was a kid. I told him to immediately stop eating eggs and to follow the rotation diet that your lab suggested. Several months had passed since I saw the man for his follow-up. He stated that shortly after eliminating the eggs from his staple diet, he hasn’t had any stomach discomfort or neck and joint pain like he used to. After seeing these types of similar results with other patients that I have tested, I am truly convinced of its accuracy and would not hesitate to recommend it to my colleagues.