An allergy is an abnormal reaction of the body to a substance, often a protein. Allergens are introduced by inhalation, ingestion, injection, or skin contact. The central nervous system reacts to food or other substances as if they are toxic when in reality they are neutral or beneficial.
An allergy can also be defined as an energetic imbalance between the electromagnetic energy of the person with the electromagnetic frequency of a substance that causes unpleasant physical, physiological, and/or psychological reactions.
Allergic reactions often manifest as intestinal problems, respiratory issues, skin conditions, and altered moods and behaviour.
The activation of immunoglobulin type E (IgE) antibodies causes true allergies. Allergic reactions that do not produce IgE are considered intolerances or hypersensitivity.
Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of sensitivities, hypersensitivities, and intolerances (non-IgE mediated reactions) and allergies (IgE mediated reactions) often overlap.
To successfully treat allergies you need your immune system running at optimal performance.
NAET treatments have been designed specifically to build the immune system and clear intolerances to the body’s building blocks. Treating an allergy before treating the immune system and clearing the building blocks will compromise the success of treating the allergy.
Dr. Marcelle MacCaullum will provide a diagnosis and a treatment plan specifically tailored to address your unique allergic presentation.