NAET: Fraud or Cure, You Decide

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By EILEEN on Wed, 05-30-01, 20:55

I am definitely in the camp of the "nonbelievers" but felt that it might be a good idea to post some of the relevant information so we can all critically access the information that is out-there.
I have been unable to locate any articles on NAET in any "mainstream" peer-reviewed journals.

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By PattyR on Wed, 05-30-01, 23:04

After a car accident a couple of years ago I made a few visits to a chiropractic kinesiologist. I wasn't really sure what that meant at the time but he started to talk about allergies so I asked a few questions on my son's behalf. He explained it a bit to me and I thought it was a bunch of hogwash. He decided to show me a sample and put some type of liquid on my arm that would determine allergies. It was to test for dog allergies. He was happy to report that I am in no way allergic to dogs. However, it so happens that I am extremely allergic to both dog dander and saliva! Needless to say, we didn't pursue the allergy cure. I am not sure if this was NAET but just my 2 cents.

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By Zero allergy on Mon, 08-05-13, 21:04

NAET works well by a trained MD, DO, DC, Acupuncturist. It is a natural approach, so it is not covered by insurance nor does the AMA have pier review articles. The procedure utilizes Applied Kineasology , acupuncture, and chiropractic methods to differentiate and treat various imbalances in the body. When these imbalances are corrected, the body will no longer have an issue. If you do not believe in osteopathic medicine, chiropractics, muscle testing or acupuncture do not waste your time. Most states recognize these forms of medicine and even license these people. There are over 30,000 health care practitioners performing the NAET methodology. It is an easy and painless way to ensure you or your child does not have a serious reaction to various imbalances (allergens). I have offered FREE treatments to one of the leaders of a group for Peanut Free Schools and they have turned the offer down. They get thousands yearly for running the foundation. Why should they turn down these donations and even let their child die from a bad reaction, while they are enjoying a luxurious lifestyle. So, who can you trust? All you can do is schedule a free consultation with a NAET practitioner and witness a demonstration. I did not believe at first and it took me a process of months before it finally sunk-in. BUT YES - lt can save lives and change your HEALTH.

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By Zero allergy on Mon, 08-05-13, 21:09

To Patty R,

Rubbing an item on your skin is not NAET. Dipping a substance in a possible allergic substance and scratching it on your skin is the standard AMA allergy protocol. It is covered by insurance and very pricey if you do not have insurance.

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By Zero allergy on Mon, 08-05-13, 21:15

To Patty R,

NAET uses a vial with an energetic substance from the allergen or (dog) in your case. The only way to be sure you are not allergic to your own dog is to bring your dog into the office or bring some clippings from the dog. You may not be allergic to your dogs hair, but to the shampoo or conditioner, etc.

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