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Eosinophilic enterosolitis

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 8, 2008
  • 05:43 AM

Big name and big problems. My hubby suffers from this and I know it can be allergy related, it is a rare condition and that means there is very limited information I can find on it. If any has any info or web links that might assist me that would be great. I am wanting to know:
- can it be cured
- are there common trigger foods
- is there herbal suppliments rather then prescribed meds
Any help from those experienced/experiencing this pls post reply :)

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  • Did you mean enterocolitis?If it is due to allergy I urge you to research a treatment called NAET - Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Techniques. It is fantastic and can actually help reverse an allergic condition. www.naet.com Also, if it is a form of colitis you should have him on a good quality PROBIOTIC to help his intestinal flora. Find one with acidophilus, bifidus, brevis, rhamnosus, and others. You can find this at a good health food store or online www.vitacost.com I would look for a good naturopath, kinesiologist, or Oriental medical doc to help get him back in balance. But the NAET would be able to pinpoint exactly what foods are causing him problems. Best wishesDOM
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