Amy Timmerman, RN, BSN, Laser Allergy

Laser Allergy Treatment Success Stories!!

“My husband received laser allergy treatments at Leaves of Life. At the start of treatment, he was lactose intolerant, and had multiple environmental allergies that required him to take Claritin daily. After treatment, he’s no longer lactose intolerant, and his environmental allergies, while not completely gone, are much improved. He no longer has to take allergy medicine. We highly recommend laser allergy treatments. The technician, Amy Timmerman, at Leaves of Life is a registered nurse, and very knowledgeable about natural health as well as conventional health treatments.”–C.R.

“I no longer have eczema on my legs and arms”

“I can eat corn without getting stomach pain”

“My morning nausea is gone”

“I don’t sneeze and have itchy eyes when I’m on the golf course”

“I feel so calm and relaxed after a treatment”

“I can go to my friend’s house and her cat no longer makes me sneeze”

“I’m finally able to gain weight. I feel so much better now that I can tolerate a wide variety of foods”

“My child’s eczema cleared up completely in just 4 sessions and we have tried everything!”

 

These are just a few of the success stories from patients who have received Laser Allergy Treatments at LOL.

 

What are Laser Allergy Treatments??

The ASA Balance machine uses lie detector technology to scan the patient for a dermal stress response to various allergens.

Once the allergens are identified, the patient is re-exposed to the balanced frequency of the allergen while simultaneously going through a process known as immune conditioning….

Click here to see a laser allergy session video


5 Things I Wish my Patients Knew About Prevention of Food Allergy/Sensitivity

-by Amy Timmerman, RN, BSN

  1. Do a GI Map stool test. This test looks at overall gut health, including the presence of viruses, parasites, fungi and bacteria, immune response, inflammation, levels of normal flora and digestive efficiency. An imbalanced gut can be the root cause of allergies. Knowing where your gut is out of balance takes the guesswork out of treatment.
  2. Get rid of inflammatory foods (dairy, gluten, soy, sugar, etc). Increased inflammation can dysregulate the body’s immune response.
  3. Rotate the foods you’re able to eat. The more you overeat the same foods, the more likely the body will develop an allergy to that food. Rotation also allows for more nutrient and gut bacteria diversity.
  4. Add digestive enzymes. These help to break down fats and proteins in your food. Poorly digested food is more likely to cause an immune reaction.
  5. Boost low stomach acid. Stomach acid is critical for digestive enzyme production.

 

Meet Amy Timmerman

Laser Allergy Relief


 

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