Healthy food can make you ill !

    MONTREAL, Nov. 19 /CNW Telbec/ -
                     Free conference with Daniel Crisafi
                         From 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 pm.
         In french : november 28th        in English : december 5th

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    Daniel J. Crisafi

    Daniel J. Crisafi, holds a master's degree in science, a Ph.D. in
biochemistry specializing in nutritional biochemistry, a diploma and a
doctorate in Naturopathy as well as a master Herbalist degree. He has also
specialised in nutratherapy and phytotherapy. Author of several books,
including Candida albicans and Les Superaliments, and former editor-in-chief
of Health'N Vitality, Daniel has over twenty years of clinical experience.
Recently, Dr Crisafi received the Canadian Health Food Association's Lifetime
Achievement award.

    Healthy food can make you ill !

    Milk is healthy food, but not for everyone. The ideal source of calcium
for most of us, it can be quite harmful for others. Rucola salad, popular in
Italian restaurants, can cause certain illnesses even though it is full of
vitamins and minerals. Who would have thought that yeast contained in bread
can lead to a Type III food allergy and that the only solution is the leavened
bread... Even if anybody can tell the difference between good apples and bad
apples, certain people may also realize that this fruit should not be part of
their diet, because of a type III food allergy. Some foods can interact with
the immune system, thus leading to chronic illnesses.

    Type III Food Allergies: How do they develop?

    The immune system is a very useful mechanism. It prevents the development
of infections caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. In the case of
a hypersensitivity, the situation is completely different... the body has a
self-defence reaction against the aggression of foreign substances.
    The same happens with food. Eventually, this defensive reaction becomes
chronic and has a bad influence on health and wellness.
    The British Allergy Foundation suggests that up to 45% of the North
American population could be susceptible to a hypersensitivity or intolerance
to certain foods. A number of studies - less conservative but more realistic -
suggest the figure might be between 80% and 90%. Most people who suffer from
food intolerances tend to ignore them and even aggravate the situation since
the intolerances are often associated with foods they like.
    Scientists study the relation between type III food allergies and
different diseases, such as :

    - Obesity
    - Chronic fatigue
    - Type II diabetes
    - Fibromyalgia
    - Rheumatisms
    - Arthritis
    - Skin diseases such as neurodermatite or psoriasis
    - Digestive disorders.

    A simple test can help you :
    Imupro 300, concept for food allergies type III and chronic conditions.

For further information:

For further information: Amel Mahieddine, (514) 336-2777 ext. 229, Toll
free: 1-877-585-3116; Source: Scientific Laboratory for Food Intolerance(TM)

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