I am writing this letter to let you know of the good results I have experienced since avoiding the foods I am allergic to as listed on the Immuno I Bloodprint test I had with your lab a little over a month ago. The most remarkable experience to me is the quieting of my appetite. I seemed previously unable to stop myself from eating foods I knew weren’t good for me. It turns out I was allergic to the daily chocolate-covered almonds I was addicted to. I have avoided all the 15 foods listed on the test results and have done my best to rotate the remaining allowed foods. I have lost eight pounds in these five weeks and have control over what I eat and when. I seem to be on more even ground and not on a roller coaster of eating binges.
From my study of digestive problems, I have learned that the intestinal lining can get inflamed and irritated by foods you’re allergic to. It can cause the problem to worsen, as undigested foods “leak” through the intestinal wall and enter the bloodstream. I believe the quieting of my appetite is probably related to less inflammation and irritation in the digestive tract.
In addition to the weight loss, I have finally been able to be free of a large patch of red itchy psoriasis-like bumps on my lower left leg. It has cleared up 95% and other skin bumps have also disappeared. I have more work to do on my skin but am hopeful this information on food allergies is a very important part of the puzzle.
I feel this has been a most valuable learning experience, which I can share genuinely with my patients. Especially those who may have similar chronic problems and do not respond to conventional medical recommendations. I believe the allergic response to foods must be a basic consideration when looking at the big picture concerning a patient’s chronic condition and researching the etiological factors. Thank you for your research and available testing in this science.