Austin Wellness Clinic Helps Patients with Undiagnosed Food Allergies
Austin Wellness Clinic has a team of expert allergists dedicated to helping patients isolate and eliminate the cause of previously undiagnosed food allergies.
March 1, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Austin Wellness Clinic is one of the leading food allergy testing and resolution facilities in central Texas. Its team of expert allergists and nutritionists collaborates to identify previously undiagnosed food sensitivities, triggers, and allergies in children and adults, and then counsels those patients on how to eliminate toxic substances from their diet.
The symptoms of food allergies-particularly those related to Type Two toxic responses-often manifest in ways not ordinarily linked with allergic reactions. Weight gain, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic fatigue, migraines, psoriasis, and eczema are some common indications of food sensitivities; however, physicians at conventional practices tend to treat these as standalone symptoms of other disorders while leaving the true cause of the problem undiagnosed.
"Modern diets put an enormous amount of stress on the immune system," says Dr. Vincent Bellonzi, a certified clinical nutritionist at Austin Wellness. "We're seeing a significant uptick in the number of patients exhibiting sensitivities to everyday foods or substances like dairy products and gluten," he reports. "But since these individuals are unaware of the burden they're placing on their own immune system, they keep consuming the same foods and triggering the same toxic responses."
Austin Wellness Clinic uses advanced scientific testing to help identify a patient's personal food toxicities. "Everyone has different body chemistry and different individualized responses to food," explains Bellonzi. "Without thorough testing, it's virtually impossible to determine which substances are responsible for producing the patient's symptoms."
Once testing is complete, the practitioners at Austin Wellness can create a comprehensive allergy treatment plan that may include prescription medications and diet or lifestyle modifications. "Many individuals that come to us are finally seeing positive changes after years of undiagnosed food allergies," continues Bellonzi. "The treatment protocols we follow deliver exceptional results for the vast majority of our patients."
To find out more information about Austin Wellness Clinic's food allergy testing and resolution facilities or to schedule a consultation, please visit http://www.austinwellnessclinic.com/. Find Austin Wellness Clinic on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/austinwellness and/or follow them on Twitter at https://twitter.com/austinwellness.