The term “allergy” was first used only a hundred years ago, and even then allergies were rarely diagnosed. Between 1997 and 2007, the number of children under 18 who suffered from food allergies jumped 17%, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Allergies are a growing health condition and can cause serious immune system problems that go deeper than the sufface annoyances of allergy sufferers. Finding out what you are allergic to is critical for effective allergy treatment.
60% of people with food allergies display symptoms that are seemingly unrelated to their digestive system.
Digestive Health Ann Arbor uses Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay panel (ELISA) - a comprehensive blood test that examines 96 of the most common foods. The food categories tested include animal products, dairy, meat and fowl, grains, nuts, vegetable, seafood, fruits, and more. ELISA tested patients receive in-depth professional interpretations of their IgE, IgA and IgG immune responses.
The most important question you can ask yourself is: What is stopping my body from healing?