Bloodwork for food allergies

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 03, 2013 at 12:51 AM

Hey all, I'm looking to get to the bottom of my son's constant running nose and cough. Just got lab results back from the doc for food allergies. Our insurance stinks so we only did the basics. I'm scouring the net to try to figure out what the results actually mean so I figured I'd reach out to see if anyone could lend a hand, thanks for any input.

My son is 6. Generally in good health.

TTG IgA - Value of 4 IgA - Value of 119 ESR - Value of 56



on March 03, 2013
at 01:41 AM

Thyroid panel. Hypothyroidism is a frequent cause of allergies.

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on March 04, 2013
at 08:14 AM

Watch this. It may change your son's life:


The book is great, too. "The Perfect Health Diet" by Paul Jaminet

I was very sick. I had to take away all grain and sugar and I started making this:


I know that the broth took me from feeling so much better to healed. There is a little video there that describes the long chains taken from the bones after 12 hours of simmering that stimulate the quick healing cells in our intestine.

He is six so you can make dietary changes that will help him for the rest of his life. Let us know how he is doing.


on March 03, 2013
at 04:42 PM

yes, look in to gut dysbiosis and Leaky Gut - candida, bad bacteria, even parasites. that was my issue, from antibiotics at a young age




on March 03, 2013
at 05:17 AM

Try GAPS because it could be a sign of gut dysbiosis.


on March 03, 2013
at 01:39 AM

Have you removed dairy from his diet?

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