FREE WORKSHOP: Reversing Food Intolerance and Allergies
Do you suffer from an increasing number of food sensitivities?
Would you like to find out how to identify and reverse these sensitivities?
Saturday, June 9th, 11:00 am
The Carroll Institute, 11701 Plazza America Dr. Suite 2000 (2nd Fl), Reston, VA
* This is a FREE Live Workshop. Seating is limited. *
June 9th 11:00 am
The Carroll Institute
Looking for solutions to multiple food sensitivities?
Do you suffer from an ever-increasing number of foods that you can no longer eat?
Do you have digestive problems that remain a mystery to you and your doctor?
Have you tried multiple diets and treatments with disappointing results?
You may be suffering from what is now being called a lack of “Oral Tolerance.”
In this new workshop you will learn:
- Why you are becoming sensitive to an increasing number of foods and what to do about it.
- How the immune breaks down leading to food sensitivities, and the diet, lifestyle, and supplement recommendations to rebalance your immune system so you can enjoy more foods.
In this workshop, we will cover the following topics:
- What Food Sensitivities are. Why some people who have removed all suspect foods on an elimination diet continue to see their food sensitivities grow. This is due to loss of oral tolerance — when the body loses the ability to respond appropriately to foods.
- What Causes Food Sensitivities. Healthy oral tolerance depends on more than an elimination diet. Multiple immune system factors work together to either support or break down oral tolerance.
- How to Restore Oral Tolerance. Restoring oral tolerance can be achieved by addressing immune system imbalances via diet and nutritional therapy, supporting liver function, improving gut health, and more.
- Lab Testing for Oral Tolerance. Food sensitivity testing can help considerably in your quest to restore oral tolerance, especially if you use the right testing and understand the results.
- Hormones and Food Sensitivities. If you follow the oral tolerance protocol and do everything right but still aren’t improving, an important avenue to investigate is hormone function. Hormonal imbalances promote inflammation and loss of oral tolerance.
- Stress Hormone Imbalances and Food Sensitivities. Chronic stress is one of the most common causes of hormone imbalances. We’ll go over the various factors that come into play and what to do about them.
- Thyroid Hormones and Food Sensitivities. Every cell in the body uses thyroid hormone. If you suffer from thyroid hormone deficiency, many health problems may arise, including loss of intestinal integrity, immune function, and oral tolerance.
The challenge in reversing Food Intolerance is that everything is intertwined with something else. The hard part is knowing where to begin and unfortunately, doctors just aren’t trained in how to treat these problems. The good part is that with the proper testing and correct treatment, you can start feeling better within just a few days.
At The Carroll Institute, we specialize in discovering and addressing the root causes of chronic health issues.
The New Way To Reverse Food Intolerance and Allergies
We provide a plan, a partnership, and a promise…
The New Way:
- A personalized program designed just for you
- Identify the root cause(s) of food sensitivities and digestive symptoms using Root Cause Lab Testing
- 24/7 access to your practitioner and a supportive team of people and nutritionist/coach
- Inspiring community workshops and access to an online support community
- Make appointments easily from your phone or computer and have appointments that actually start on time
- A comprehensive plan that is unique to you, and a team to help you execute it every step of the way
- A holistic approach that includes a customization of your diet, lifestyle, and personalized coaching
Using Advanced Technology To Reverse Food Intolerance and Allergies
This is 21st Century Medicine
The New Way:
We achieve amazing results by combining:
- A dietary and supplement protocol designed to reverse Food Intolerance with
- The BioScan SRT – A remarkable new procedure that combines the disciplines of Acupuncture, Biofeedback and Homeopathy with Laser Light technology. A computerized scan or test is done to see what your body is sensitive to, and how it is out of balance. By using a frequency modulated signal, it is possible to reverse sensitivities.
Substances converted to a digital format, and presented in the form of sound and light, are what allow for patient assessment testing down to the molecular level. These are what make it possible to assess thousands of substance sensitivities in mere minutes, then allow the brain and nervous system to record a new association that is positive or neutral instead of the inappropriate ones that were previously stored in memory. This breaks the link between the stimulus and response, makes symptoms unnecessary, creates balance and harmony, from dis-ease and disharmony, and allows the body to function better.
Meet Dr. Glenn
Dr. Glenn is an international speaker and Functional Medicine practitioner with a global patient base. He graduated from Baylor University in 1979 and taught electrical engineering for several years before returning to school at the National Health Sciences University in Chicago and earning his DC degree in 1985. The opportunity to live and study in Europe in 1994 led him and his family to The Netherlands where he completed a Diplomate in Neurology at the prestigious Carrick Institute in Amsterdam. Dr. Glenn is a graduate of the Kalish Institute in Functional Medicine and is currently writing his PhD dissertation in Integrative Medicine. He is a member of the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation. He is working towards his Fellowship with the International Board of Functional Neurology and following the Institute for Functional Medicine’s curriculum for Board Certification. He is licensed in several states in the US as well as in the UK. Using a functional medicine approach to identify (and treat) the root cause of many dis-eases, Dr. Glenn’s focus at The Carroll Institute has been on autoimmune, neurological and gastrointestinal conditions – including Hashimoto’s disease.