Saturday, September 18, 2010

Allergies, Hives and Fungus

Hives, Triggering Food

Over the past 20 years, I found that hives are triggered by certain food consumption in the chronic presence of fungus in the body. This is hypersensitivity not an allergy to the food list below, rather it is the presence of a food item from the list below with an existing chronic presence of fungus. The presence of certain food, plus the presence of fungus (α toxin) trigger the body to release histamine as protective measure. The abundance release of histamine appears on the skin as hives. Therefore, any treatment that targets histamine stoppage is a band aid not a treatment. The treatment should address diet and fungus control. Those patients who are suffering from hives and were told by their physician that they have allergies, are advised to refrain from eating the following histamine associated foods. Any consumption of the following food would mean restarting the allergy reaction episodes. Patients suffering from allergies should be most careful and most cautious. Allergies vocabularies do not contain such phrases “I forgot”, “I did not think it will affect me”

Type of food

Dairy Products

Grains

Fruits

Vegetables

Sea Food

Nuts

Others

Causes Itch

●Cheese

●Egg

●Milk

●Wheat

●Berries

●Tomatoes

●Fish

●Shellfish

●Nuts

●Chocolate

Uncooked food Release Histamine

●Egg whites


●Pineapple

●Strawberries

●Tomatoes

●Fish

●Shellfish

●Anchovies


●Alcohol ●Chocolate

High in Histamine

●All Aged protein

●Fermented foods, Fermented products

●Uncooked fermented cheese (Brie, Cheddar, Camembert, Gruyere, Parmesan, Roquefort),

●Beef sausage, Pork sausage, Ham, Canned fish, Chicken, Fin fish, Shellfish, Milk (e.g., Cow, Goat), Chocolate, Red wine, Beer, Brewer's yeast, Sauerkraut, Soy, Spinach, Tomato, All fermented Vegetables (pickles)

Those patients must realize that the length of you recovery is hinged on the length of previous cortisone treatment. The longer the period of cortisone treatment the longer it takes to clean your body.

Dr. Fateh Srajeldin N.D., 416-207-0207

Friday, September 17, 2010

Allerg testing, blood vs skin

Allergies testing, blood work vs skin test

It was stated time after time that allergies are best diagnosed by blood work not by performing a skin test. Blood work poses lesser chances of mistakes or exposure to unwanted foreign elements, on the other hand skin test employs foreign elements and medications to perform the testing step. The patient could be allergic to these very elements that being used for the test which will produce a false positive allergic response. I support blood work for such allergy testing.
Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc. ND

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Laboratory Tests

Laboratory tests are intended to confirm doctor's suspicions of certain heath issues after taking the patient's medical history and performing a physical examination. Hence, the doctor decides what blood work should be requested to confirm suspicions of a disease.
Laboratory tests are not intended to diagnose a disease.

Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc ND

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Cholesterol Tx. Benefits

Lecithin Therapy to Reduce Cholesterol and Vascular Disease

What Specific Conditions Could benefit from the Treatment..?

It has now been established by European researchers that PPx therapy has the following therapeutic applications:

- Reduces angina pectoris (heart pain)

- Improves sexual potency

- Lowers LDL (bad) cholesterol

- Reduces high blood pressure

- Increases HDL (good) cholesterol

- Improves impaired kidney function

- Improves walking distance in PVD*

*(PVD = Peripheral Vascular Disease)

- Reduces homocysteine levels

- Improves memory and mental function

- Protects damaged heart muscle



Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc., ND 416-207-0207

Cholesterol Tx. Substance

Lecithin Therapy to Reduce Cholesterol and Vascular Diseases

What are the benefits of Phosphatidylecholine Treatments..?

· Remarkable ability to reduce plaque deposition on the artery walls all over the body from the brain and heart to the little toe.

· It also lowers blood cholesterol and homocysteine levels.

· It is valuable for individuals who have suffered from heart attack or other heart injury.

· Studies in lab animals have shown that it increases life span by up to 36%.

· An important therapeutic application of the IV treatment is increasing the hearts ability to withstand stress.

Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc. ND 416-207-0207

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