What is a delayed IgG food allergy and how does it develop?More Information
Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is a skin ailment that results in dry, itchy, and irritated skin. Although it can happen to anyone at any age, it is frequently seen in young children. Chronic atopic dermatitis occasionally flares up. It can be inconvenient but is not infectious. Atopic dermatitis patients risk acquiring hay fever, asthma, and food allergies.
Everyone needs food to give their body the nutrients and energy it needs to live a healthy lifestyle. Everyone is different from one another and has specific demands.
The exact cause of this immune system problem is unknown; experts in medicine and research have suggested that some foods may make atopic dermatitis worse by generating inflammation. There is growing proof that food allergies may be a factor in Atopic dermatitis.
You only need to avoid foods with high IgG antibody levels if you use ImuPro. Thus, you need not put yourself under unnecessary restriction and can continue to eat a rich and varied diet. Salmon, for example, may need to be avoided, but all other fish can be consumed. You may reintroduce one food into your diet at a time while keeping an eye on your symptoms after a particular amount of time has passed since you stopped eating it. To determine your unique "trigger foods," you must go through the provocation phase.