Dr. Alex Jimenez DC brings to you Part Three of a Functional Medicine presentation titled “Food Allergies, Hypersensitivity, and Intolerances: Diagnosis and Treatment” featuring a Naturopathic Specialist who will present to us methods on how to identify the differences between food allergy, food sensitivity, and food intolerance. He will also help us differentiate between IgG and IgE food testing, its benefits, and its disadvantages. This presentation will also be covering how to recognize the differences between celiac disease wheat allergy and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. And lastly, The Clinical Specialist will also guide us on how to outline a rationale for evaluating and testing for food reactions. This and much more on this functional medicine episode brought to you by Dr. Alex Jimenez – If you have enjoyed this video and/or we have helped you in any way please feel free to subscribe and share with us.
Thank You & God Bless. Dr. Alex Jimenez DC, MSACP, ATN, IFMCP. CIFM, CCST
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