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Do you really need allergen tests?

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6. Do you really need allergen tests?

I do not conduct tests such as RAST and patch tests at my clinic. Even if you do these, your treatment results will most likely not get any better. About 70% of all mothers bring their child’s test results for food allergies. Most of these children get results that implicate that they have food allergies, which leads to them not being able to eat many foods. Many of them also have allergies to dust, pollen, mites, and metals, and are in a condition where they cannot eat or live normally. Although there is a correlation between AD and allergies, there is a difference between having a test show that you have allergies and actually getting allergic symptoms from eating the foods you are allergic to. Most hospitals do this because it is an easy way to profit without putting too much financial strain on patients since health care covers it. However, either way our taxes are being used in this way, so it is best that hospitals limit the number of these tests that they administer.

 There are cases where AD appears on AD because of an allergic reaction with foods such as soybeans, wheat, milk, or eggwhites. In these cases, since the intestinal tract hasn’t developed enough, the antigent agents retain their antigenicity and get absorbed in the body so that the body makes IgE antibodies in the blood to combat the antigens. When you eat the food that the IgE antibodies fight, an antigen-antibody reaction occurs, and AD appears. However, occur because the intestinal tract is underdeveloped, and aside from soba allergies, these reactions will have disappeared by middle school.There are some children who react severely to eggwhites until they are 2 years old, but this is something that eventually fades away, so don’t be too concerned over this. Just tell your child to chew thoroughly when they eat.

An overabundance of food that causes a nearly insatiable hunger, busy lifestyles, and a fear of being left behind have seeped into our culture. The tendency to eat quickly not only produces a harmful effect on allergies, but a wide spectrum of diseases. Please advise your child to chew slowly while they think of the 850 million famished people and appreciate the fact that they can eat delicious food every day. This is a moral and health issue. While Himiko (an ancient queen) was said to have taken 51 minutes and 3990 chews to eat, Japanese in the pre-Pacific War time period took 22 minutes and 1420 chews to eat, and modern Japanese take 11 minutes and 620 chews to eat.

 Those who fall into the tactics of Atopy Businessmen and pay unreasonably high prices for “mite-free” blankets and pillors and numerous devices to eliminate mites are quite foolish. That being said, you should use common sense and make your living conditions clean and eliminate anything that may be an allergen, such as undetectable mites. Young single men, in particular, should not live in an unkept environment if they really want to treat AD. After all, you can live in a clean environment without spending any money.

 If you read some American naturopathy doctor’s books, you will find doctors that proudly say that once they found the allergens that cased AD and eliminated it from the patient’s diet and surroundings, they were able to cure AD. I’d almost like to say that they are right.

 First off, it is virtually impossible to create an allergen-free environment in Japan, where everything is clustered. I am presenting realistic solutions to AD that can be easily adapted into a person’s lifestyle while keeping the expenses affordable. Meals that completely eliminate allergens are extremely expensive and nearly impossible to prepare on a daily basis.

 There is a method using onsens (hot springs). There was a patient who treated his AD within 2 years by taking baths containing minerals from various hot springs four to five times a day. Obviously, this person did not live a functional lifestyle during those two years and used four to five million yen overall (around $40,000). If you can do this you can try, but most people cannot afford to do this.

Relaxing and taking baths for 2 years is effective for living without stress and treating diseases, and thus the minerals in the bath packs probably had little to do with the person recovering. I’ll apologize ahead of time to the AD businessmen for revealing the truth on their unscrupulous but lucrative business!


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