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Posted on: Fri, 02/20/2004 - 4:42pm
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Hi Sandy! I have a question for you regarding NAET - I know you were posting for SillyFeline but does your Dr. treat the peanut/nut allergy as well or only other food allergies or just desensitizing?

Posted on: Fri, 02/20/2004 - 10:47pm
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This is a very touchy subject. I don't like to go there when it deals with peanut allergies. Years ago on this site a woman posted about NAET. She said that is got rid of her sons peanut allergy. Many people on this site ate her alive for exposing her child to peanuts. So I don't want to give my views on it. Let's just say that my NAET pr. has mentioned many times to me about my sons p.a., but I would never,ever, expose my son to a peanut. I am to scared.
He also treats for perfumes, chemicals, materials, animals also. If you are allergic to it, he can treat for it. I not only did foods, I did hayfever, laundry detergent and newspaper print....but this is a whole other topic.
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Posted on: Mon, 02/23/2004 - 5:42am
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