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Allergy and EPD

According to the Royal College of Physicians (in Britain), at some time in their lives, one in three people will suffer from an allergy-related illness that requires treatment. There are only six NHS allergy clinics in the whole of the UK, and these tend to focus on life-threatening allergies. Most people won't be referred to one of these clinics if they are suffering, not from an allergy, but from one or more intolerances. Instead, they may see an immunologist, a dermatologist, a general physician, a chest physician, a gastroenterologist, a rheumatologist, an ENT surgeon, and in the case of children, a paediatrician. Of course, if you have more than one symptom, you may see a number of them.

There is, however, a treatment available not just for allergy, but also for intolerance as well as a number of other illnesses, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME. (And intolerance has now been recognised by the Royal College of Physicians alongside allergy as a physical rather than a psychological condition, as many doctors previously thought).

This treatment is Enzyme Potentiated Desensitisation. EPD is a technique which uses extremely small doses of allergens to cure people of their allergies and/or intolerances (foods, food additives, a wide variety of inhalants and Candida are just some examples). EPD is suitable for allergies and intolerances ranging from the mild to the most severe (as in anaphylaxis).
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