For several decades skin testing has been the standard way to test for allergies. The potential allergen is injected under or scratched into the skin, and any resulting inflammation (also known as wheal) is...Read More →
Tag: testing for IBS
Reason #1 One major obstacle to figuring out which foods are problematic is that, even on an elimination diet, you may not have truly eliminated all of your allergenic foods. Assumptions are often made...Read More →
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) has been conventionally defined not by what it is, but by what it is not, therefore successfully discovering its cause has been impossible, because the cause was thought to be...Read More →
Muscle testing is the act of holding a substance (a food) and then having a practitioner pull down on your outstretched arm to determine your ability to resist their pressure. The theory is that...Read More →
Since 2005 the IBS Treatment Center has successfully treated thousands of patients of all ages, from infants to seniors. We understand the discomfort, frustration and embarrassment you have experienced, and we are here to...Read More →
Ideally, to create an optimal IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) diet, all you’d have to do is avoid a certain food or food group to discover whether it was triggering your IBS. Unfortunately, this is...Read More →
(image thanks to symptoms-and-treatment.blogspot.com) For several decades skin testing has been the standard way to test for allergies. The potential allergen is injected under or scratched into the skin, and any resulting inflammation (also...Read More →
If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and other digestive problems, then it’s very possible that you have a microbial imbalance in your digestive tract. We (at the IBS Treatment Center) are proud...Read More →
Two kinds of tests are recommended for nearly all IBS patients – food allergy testing, which is a blood test; and testing for bacteria, yeast, and parasites, which is done by stool testing. Problems...Read More →
Because IBS has been conventionally defined not by what it is, but by what it is not, successfully discovering its cause has been impossible, because the cause was thought to be unknown. It’s really...Read More →
We recently came across an article titled, “The Celiac Confusion” that seeks to clear up the “confusion about terminologies and medical implications” and we have to take issue with several of the points made....Read More →
Researchers used to think that most of our DNA was not actually doing much. Now they realize that this hugely complex, incredibly vast set of DNA information is actually doing very important work. If...Read More →
SIBO stands for “small intestine bacterial overgrowth.” It is currently popular in some parts of the IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) medical community to view SIBO as the primary cause of irritable bowel syndrome, and...Read More →
(image thanks to dietriffic.com) Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or spastic colon is a bowel disorder characterized by diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating and chronic abdominal pain. It is fairly common and makes up 20-50% of...Read More →
Foods Included in the Standard Food Allergy Panel – 96 foods Dairy: Cow’s milk, whey, casein, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, goat’s milk. Meat and Poultry: beef, chicken, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs...Read More →
All too often in medicine people have lab tests run and then never learn the outcome of those tests. It’s tempting to assume that no news is good news and therefore everything is normal,...Read More →
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