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    It's not worth lasering if you're not weak on it. But if you do, yes you have to avoid ALL dairy. I never advise lasering unless there is no choice, like when you're lasering an airborne allergen. Then it's worth layering with a food so you can avoid the food and not have to avoid the airborne. But I wouldn't laser the cheese at all. It's just silly when you're strong on it. Like I said, dairy and gluten are two things that you can't really fix if you lack the enzyme and aren't actually allergic.
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    Hi Grammy - I have a question re: lasering using the kits sold from TheAllergyKit.com (learned about the kits from this forum). I'm thinking of ordering them to use on my son as he is allergic to darn near everything and this seems like it may be the best way to work thru his allergies. He and I have been getting allergy injections for years but would really love to switch to something that isn't so stressful for both of us (we've both become pretty needle-phobic over the years). Do you think the kit would be a good route to go in our situation?

    Also, have you ever received feedback from anyone that had anaphalytic reactions to something, then lasered the item and instead of it being a life-threatening situation if ingested, it instead becomes just an allergic reaction? My son is allergic to peanuts and although he doesn't have any desire whatsoever to eat them, I'd love to have the peace of mind knowing that he won't die if he were to accidentally ingest a small amount (tons of food items, as I'm sure you are aware, carry the warning that it (the item) is manufactured in a plant that also manufacturers peanuts).

    I would love to hear your thoughts on the kit as well as the peanut issue.

    Thank you for your time

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    4myhealth, I am not familiar with The Allergy Kit so I went to look at it. I don't like it. I've seen way too many people who treat for things out of the NAET order have treatments that didn't hold. I'm a big believer in doing the elimination right and not doing too many at once. This kit has way too many things together in one vial. Y

    I've seen people who had anaphylactic reactions eliminated with NAET. but I would do that with a practitioner to make sure it took right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flossndaily View Post
    I am familiar with muscle testing. I tested for milk (that was fine) but 1/2 and 1/2 was not. I lasered it and tested fine 24 hrs. later. My sister was quite shocked, as she basically said I was crazy, the day before. But to my fustration I was still gaining. R2P3D1 was a 1.7 gain. D2 was a 1lb gain. D3 was a -.2 (i cut out 1/2 and 1/2 that day) and then D4 was a .8 gain. Soooo I decided to test for other things I had been eating...broccoli and mushrooms tested bad, and I had been eating them everyday of P3! I was shocked! So, yesterday I lasered broccoli and did not eat those things. I had a .4 loss this morning.

    My question is....can you test fine for something but still have a sensitivity? Or is it pretty fool proof? I test fine for cheese but I am still afraid to eat it. Should I be able to eat anything I test ok for? Right now I am 1 pound above my LIW and would like to get down another 1.5 and stabilize. A little more difficult to stabilize R2. But I'm not giving up!!!
    Is it at all possible that these loses people are seeing following the laser treatments is as a result of removing that food item for a day and not because they were "cured" of the sensitivity?

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    No. Most of us have removed those foods for way longer than a day.
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    grammy's laser method for food sensitivities

    Hi Grammy, wanted to ask you about skipping a day to end my round. I'm currently on vlcd 17 and noticed that my last dose, 23rd injection falls on the morning when I get off of work (I'm a night shifter 7p-7a), I've had a rule through my rounds where I don't weigh-in the mornings when I've just finished work because my weight is always Wayyy off. Do you think it would be okay to skip a shot this week so I can end my round on Sun morning instead which means I'll have gotten a full nights rest on Sat. Night. Since I'm off?.?.


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    grammy's laser method for food sensitivities

    Oooops sorry , just noticed I posted my question into an unrelated thread....


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    Grammy- Thank you for this thread. I just finished reading it all and I have learned sooooooooo Much. I just want you to know how much i appreciate your time and energy to help so many folks on here.
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    Hope it helps, beloved!
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol and over 10 years experience as a weight loss and nutrition coach. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
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    Hi, I am fairly new to this site, but must say I have learned heaps already, thanks!!!
    I have a question regarding lasering. If, after finding you are sensitive to a food via muscle testing & using the polarity check, you do the lasering, when you re-check is it necessary to do the polarity check again immediately after lasering and again 24hrs later or just the straight muscle test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susieq56 View Post
    Hi, I am fairly new to this site, but must say I have learned heaps already, thanks!!!
    I have a question regarding lasering. If, after finding you are sensitive to a food via muscle testing & using the polarity check, you do the lasering, when you re-check is it necessary to do the polarity check again immediately after lasering and again 24hrs later or just the straight muscle test.
    Yes you need to do the whole re-check.

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    Wow...I don't even know what to say.

    I'm not sure how I managed to be on this board for a calendar year, and never stumbled across a post referencing "Lasering" before, let alone this epicly long now 70 page thread.

    No offense, but this sounds like the biggest load of bull crap I've ever read! lol

    BUT.....so many pages of posts and positive testimonials I'm genuinely intrigued.

    I seriously went back to make sure this post or the original post didn't originate on April 1st or something.

    I feel really foolish saying I plan to try this, but....lol I own plenty of lasers so I certainly am going to try it myself, especially on the cat fur thing, as well as a few dairy foods.

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