It is important to understand that the IgE food allergy test is the one to order as it is IgE is the highly reaction immune type.
IgG food allergy tests do not identify anaphylactic food reactions. IgE food allergy tests do.
Supplements to help calm a highly hyperactive immune system are probiotics, plant sterols (specific ones) and fish oils.
Sterol 117: this is designed to help modulate the immune system meaning that it helps balance the hyperactive immune system. A loading dose is needed. Consider taking 2 capsules in the AM 30 minutes away from any dairy products and again 2 capsules before bed. Do this for 2 weeks and then reduce to one capsule twice a day and maintain that amount.
Optimal Fish Oil capsules: EPA and DHA also help reduce inflammation and help stabilize cell membranes. Consider taking 2 capsules of Optimal Fish Oil with any meal. Take daily. Optimal Fish Oil capsules do not cause burping as they have added lipase enzyme to help break down the fish oil which increases its absorption.
ProBiota 12 Powder: potent probiotics such as this one are helpful in increasing levels of T regulatory cells (T reg cells). T reg cells are the backbone for helping maintain a healthy immune response. Consider taking 1/4 teaspoon of ProBiota 12 Powder after dinner for 1 week and then increase to 1/2 teaspoon for 3 weeks. Reduce down to 1/8 teaspoon after dinner on a nightly basis longterm.
ProBiota Immune: The ingredients enhance natural resistance, help balance Th1/Th2 lymphocyte responses, and promote immunotolerance to environmental allergens. Consider taking 2 scoops mixed in juice (taste is not that great) and take twice a day for one month and then reduce to taking 1 scoop once per day.
Optimal Vitamin C Powder: vitamin C is a natural anti-histamine and so are the flavonoids of quercetin, rutin and hesperidin. All these natural anti-histamines are found in Optimal Vitamin C Powder. The taste is excellent. Consider taking 1 scoop of Optimal Vitamin C Powder in a glass of filtered water once to three times a day.
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