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True or False: One can only be allergic to a protein.
True or False: Chronic low grade infections such as: bacterial, viral, fungal, parasitic contribute heavily to the production of allergic symptoms.
True or False: Excess body fat does not contribute to inflammation.
True or False: The body will crave allergic foods.
Optimal pH for the human body should be:
True or False: The body works most efficiently in a slightly acidic environment.
The issue with wheat & gluten tends to be caused by:
True or False: Chocolate is a top allergenic food
True or False: Elimination of suspected allergenic food for 21-28 days is sufficient.
True or False: Every cell membrane in the human body is made up of Omega 3 + 6
Inflammation promoting foods include:
True or False: Homogenization is a process in which milk is heated to destroy harmful bacteria.
True or False: Tomatoes contain histamine and can promote inflammation.
True or False: Lemons should be avoided as they are too acidic to the body.
True or False: Food choices contribute to the barrel effect.