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Tag Archives: Food Allergy
Over a thirty year period, I gave both mainstream medicine and the alternative healthcare sector every opportunity to resolve the numerous health problems to which I had fallen prey and, in the process of meeting dozens of doctors and therapists, … Continue reading
The following guidance for reintroducing foods following inoculation with hookworm (Necator americanus) is based on my personal experience of using hookworm to successfully treat both IgE-mediated food allergy and food intolerance. Anyone with an IgE-mediated food allergy and a history … Continue reading
A recent study showed that children and adolescents with low vitamin D levels had increased sensitivity to 11 out of 17 allergens that were tested, including both environmental and food allergens. So, for anyone with an allergic child, increasing their … Continue reading
Kefir, a mildly alcoholic, fermented milk drink containing a variety of live microorganisms, has been shown to reduce allergic responses in mice. Already popular as a health food in Eastern and Central Europe, kefir is now gaining fans among Western … Continue reading
Doctors at two Boston hospitals are seeking patients with food allergies – particularly those with a moderately serious peanut allergy – to take part in a clinical trial to assess the therapeutic value of ingesting the eggs of the pig … Continue reading
Taking part in the Hookworms for Crohn’s Disease trial at Nottingham University in 2007 had provided me with a brief but tantalising glimpse of how my health might be improved by hosting a small colony of benign intestinal worms, and … Continue reading
After having been unable to eat normal food for the last twenty five years, I am now once again able to enjoy the delights of a number of different foods, and this is entirely thanks to a few tiny hookworms … Continue reading