Author: FCAAIA

DOCS GET GUIDE FOR ID’ING FOOD ALLERGIES

FCAAIA Notes: The diagnosis of food allergy goes far beyond a simple blood test or skin test. Test results must always be interpreted in the context of the patient’s individual history. Tests for food are usually not “black and white.” Many practitioners do tests for allergy that are proven to have no diagnostic validity whatsoever. A good source of nformation as to what tests for are proven useful is http://www.quackwatch.org/. This web site has numerous well-written and well-referenced articles about many aspects of health. Continue reading “DOCS GET GUIDE FOR ID’ING FOOD ALLERGIES”

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