Chicago Tribune Article Sends Mixed Messages on Food Allergy Testing

The Chicago Tribune recently ran an article (Doubts Cast on Food Intolerance Testing) which claims that “food allergy testing” does not help with digestive issues, fatigue, etc. There is a long history of confusion around food allergies.  There are fraudulent practices associated with testing: labs that produce invalid data, unreproducible data, and those that use Read more…

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Foods Included When Testing for Food Allergies

The Standard Food Allergy Profile test takes the guesswork out of treating your condition and saves you a great deal of time, effort, and discomfort. And if by chance your test happens to be negative, you can quickly move on to other potential causes of your problem without spending valuable time on an unsuccessful elimination Read more…

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About Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance is the impaired ability to digest lactose (milk sugar). Lactose is a sugar naturally found in milk and is sometimes referred to as “milk sugar”. 
 It is digested by an enzyme called “lactase”, which is found in the small intestines of most people. However, many people don’t produce enough lactase to adequately Read more…

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