Gut Health: Solving the Puzzle
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Do you react to multiple foods?

If you have food sensitivities, do you also suffer from other symptoms such as joint pain and swelling, anxiety, dizziness, respiratory or skin issues, brain fog, bloating, fatigue, or a flare up of your autoimmune symptoms?

If you’re like many patients, you visit a doctor, they do an allergy test, and then tell you don’t have any food allergies. So then why do you have symptoms when you eat? And if the doctor says you’re fine, what are you supposed to do about it?

In my new course Food Sensitivities: Solving the Food Intolerance Puzzle, I will answer these questions and teach you what the science says about food intolerances that you won’t learn from a doctor’s visit.

Food sensitivities aren't just annoying — they're a red flag

Food sensitivities aren’t just frustrating and uncomfortable. They’re actually red flags that your immune system is out of balance.

They can mean you’re at a significantly increased risk of more serious disorders such as autoimmune disease, chemical sensitivities, a chronic inflammatory disease, or brain degeneration disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Food sensitivities indicate an immune imbalance

That’s because the immune system is unbalanced. This triggers the development of various diseases — depending on your genetic vulnerability. If you find you are sensitive to multiple foods and the list keeps growing, this is an alarm your body is sending you that you need to manage your immune function and general health. Since food sensitivities can’t be cured with medication, you have to address the underlying cause for a lasting solution.

I teach you the same sequence of steps I use with my patients

In my course Food Sensitivities: Solving the Food Intolerance Puzzle, I will take you through the same sequence of steps I use with my patients to improve their tolerance to foods.

These strategies also help prevent or manage other areas of poor immune tolerance, such as autoimmune disease or chemical sensitivities. In other words, you’ll learn how to make your immune system more resilient to the world around you.

I’ll teach you how to identify where your immune and gut function is breaking down, which is different for everyone. This is why you should be cautious of big promises from supplements, protocols, or diet programs out there — the approach really depends on the person. I’ll show you how to customize your own strategy.

I’ll also teach you how to be a smart shopper when it comes to the best food sensitivity test to use based on what the science shows.

There’s a lot of big marketing, misinformation, and poor understanding among both health care providers and patients when it comes to what food sensitivity test to use. I’ll teach you how to cut through the hype, what the science shows, and what kinds of tests provide the best results.

For instance, did you know some popular food sensitivity tests produce such unreliable results they are banned in some states? Or that whether the lab uses cooked or raw food matters significantly in what kind of result you get?

Only when you understand your unique underlying causes of your food sensitivities can you know how to drastically improve your worsening immune tolerance and enjoy a life of more freedom.

Food Sensitivities: Solving the Food Intolerance Puzzle, is a three-hour course featuring a series of how-to videos and additional materials. This program was designed to help you absorb the latest science and clinical applications of food intolerances in a way you can immediately put to use right.

What the food sensitivities course includes:

I’ll walk you through the physiology of food sensitivities, how the immune system is designed to respond to foods, and a step-by-step tour through your digestive tract to analyze what is causing your gut’s immune system to break down. I’ll also go over other factors that can trigger food sensitivities…

…such as chronic infections from mold, Lyme, or an undiagnosed parasite, viral, or bacterial infection.

A chronic and heightened stress response, such as from PTSD, a negative home or work environment, toxic relationships, or poor stress handling can be a trigger.

Even a chronic blood sugar imbalance can be a physiological stressor. Brain function is a frequently overlooked trigger of food sensitivities. A past brain injury, childhood brain developmental disorders, brain degeneration, or inflammation or autoimmunity in the brain can all trigger food intolerances.

We’ll also explore how foods themselves can cause sensitivities, such as food colorings and other additives, genetically modified and hybridized foods, modern food processing practices and ingredients, the way foods are stored, and so on.

If you’re tired of being held hostage by your reactions to foods, you will learn how to restore your tolerance to many foods in my course Food Sensitivities: Solving the food intolerance puzzle.