What Is Airborne Immunotherapy?
Airborne Immunotherapy is the treatment and desensitizing to the allergens you show a positive reaction to during the Airborne Sensitivity Test. These allergens are introduced into the system then creates antibodies against these allergens to produce desensitization. The testing takes approximately 25-30 minutes from start to finish, including results.
Who Qualifies For The Airborne Sensitivity Test?
Ages 2 and up, initially qualify for this testing before a medical necessity is provided. The Airborne Sensitivity Test is a great tool to assist your physician in diagnosing patients that suffer from chronic colds, asthma, chronic pain, hay fever, unspecified rhinitis, sinusitis, chronic cough, fatigue, malaise, joint and muscle pain, etc. Allergies have been proven to be contributing factors to many health issues patients suffer from on a daily basis.
How Are Allergens Selected Tailored For The Airborne Sensitivity Test?
An airborne study is performed for the top allergens geographically specific to the area that has been proven to trigger chronic allergies and contributing issues related to allergies.
What is Alcat Test For Food Intolerance?
The Alcat test to measure personalized nutrition at the cellular level. The core technology is a blood test that measures the body’s cellular response to challenges from wide array of substances including various foods, additives, coloring, chemicals, functional foods, and medical herbs.
The Alcat Test has been validated by demonstrating a high correlation with double-blind oral challenges with both foods and food additives. In addition, a controlled study from Baylor Medical College reported 98% success for weight loss and/or improvement in body composition from patients that followed the recommended Alcat Rotational Plan, an unparalleled achievement.
What Is A Rotational Diet Plan?
Each test results includes a customized 4-Day Rotational Plan. By eating foods in particular family one day and then omitting them for at least the next three days, a cumulative sensitizing effect is avoided. This time allows the food molecules to clear the system, avoiding overload.
How Long Does It Take To Perform The Food Sensitivity Test?
Fifteen minutes from start to finish. It is a simple blood draw and results are typically back in 5-7 days.