Fatigue, Joint Pain, Muscle Aches May Be Related to Foods You Eat
Non-specific symptoms such as fatigue and musculoskeletal pain are two of the most common complaints that cause people to see a doctor. These non-specific pain syndromes have been described in the medical literature over many years and on occasion can be seen in the early stages of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosis and multiple sclerosis. However, now some medical experts now think that non-specific pain may be an expression of delayed pattern food allergy – a non-specific hypersensitivity disease – that can be alleviated by proper diet revision.
Symptoms such as migraine, fibromyalgia, depression, chronic rhinitis, sinusitis, asthma, and arthralgias may be manifestations of food allergies.
A.J. Rowe, T.G. Randolph, and Fredrick Speer were among the first American allergists to associate the symptoms of pain and fatigue with food allergies. Rowe described “allergic toxemia” in 1930 with the symptoms of drowsiness, mental confusion, lack of initiate and ambition, irritability, fatigue, aching, and a feeling of being poisoned.
Would you like to know if your diet is contributing to you not ever feeling well? Would you like to get advice on nutritional supplements based on an analysis of “YOU” and not just the opinion or guess work of a sales person?
Well now you can. By using the latest advances in computerized health screening, including the Zyto Elite, your doctor can determine if your symptoms may be related to food sensitivity that you were not aware of. Often removing this food from your diet along with specific nutritional supplements can alleviate years of suffering in a very short time.