I have allergic rhinitis and sinusitis that include dark circles under my eyes. I have already eliminated from my diet; gluten, lectins, soy, dairy, nightshades, eggs, nuts, and seeds. I also supplement with quercitin, stinging nettle and NAC all of which are supposed to help hay fever. Yet I STILL have issues and it impacts my sleep making me groggy during the day. Ive been told by freinds that NAET therapy cured their shellfish allergies and am tempted to try it for what Im guessing is my dust/mold allergy. It seems kind of sketchy though. Has anyone had any success with this therapy? I currently eat low carb paleo, plenty of greens, bone broth, etc. Im pretty sure my leaky gut is healed as I no longer have a heavy reaction when I get exposed to gluten and so forth. I also supplement with vitamin c, k, a, d and selenium, b-complex.
Edit: here's a link. it deals with "the energy of the body" so I was skeptical but seem to say it works.
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on November 01, 2011
at 09:47 PM
I don't know a whole lot about it, but some friends of mine have a daughter who spent the first five years of her life in and out of the e.r. with horrendous asthma and eczema. She did NAET, and changed her life. They rarely deal with asthma or eczema at all, and she is also now gf/cf...success story right there!
on February 28, 2013
at 09:41 PM
My toddler daughter suffered from food intolerances to EVERYTHING, including tap water. Even as a young baby, she barely nursed due to foods passing on to her from my milk. We tried every single supplement, formula, vitamin mix, etc. with no luck. She was slowly starving and doctors were unable to offer any help. As a last resort, we tried NAET. I truly believe NAET saved her life. After a year of treatment with NAET, she eats most normal foods. She still has a long way to go, but now is able to consume many of the foods that made of horribly ill for weeks. The foods she was able to eat were the exact ones she was treated for (so if definitely was not her simply outgrowing them). It is definitely worth a try for you!
on April 19, 2012
at 12:03 AM
It's interesting for sure, I would love to do this to get rid of my cat allergy.
I love kitties.
It kind of seems hocus pocus, which I think is a fair assumption, but if it works it works!
on April 18, 2012
at 11:20 PM
I have used it. I have to admit that I still avoid the main allergens that have bothered me but I do feel it lessened the effects. Even if the muscle testing is all you do, that is incredibly helpful because it will not only pinpoint allergens but also show you what items are bothering you IN COMBINATION which is invaluable! I would recommend it wholeheartedly. The only thing it didn't help with was my daughter's problem with milk which turned out to be lactose intolerance which is not an allergy.